Kahului Campus 50th Anniversary Celebration
Planning is underway for the 50th anniversary celebration of Maui High’s transition to the Kahului campus.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 12, 2022!
The event is intended to bring alumni, their families and others in the community to the campus to see the changes in the five decades since the first classes moved from Hamakuapoko to Kahului in January 1972.
Some of the activities being planned for the day include historical displays in the gym, music of the different decades with alumni bands performing some numbers, food booths and food trucks raising funds for Maui High student government and organizations, fun alumni class competitions, and a classic car convoy and show. School principals, staff and star athletes from the past will be highlighted during the program.
Committees have been and are being established to plan the event. They include historical, program/entertainment, athletic history, commemoration, car show, and fundraising. We welcome one and all to lend their support and join in the planning efforts. To get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808-727-4051.
L to R: Lee Imada, Glenda Nishida, Rikizo Tengan, and Gil Keith-Agaran. (missing from photo - Shan Tsutsui)
Lee Imada (Class of 1977) is the general chairperson. Honorary chairs for the event are state Sen. Gil Keith-Agaran (Class of 1980), former Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui (Class of 1989) and Rikizo Tengan and Glenda Nishida from the first graduating class at the new campus in 1972.