It’s been nearly three years since the Kukui High School Library & Logo Shop was closed and converted into the KHS Yoga and Zumba Studio, leaving students and alumni without a place to pick up their outdated and overpriced textbooks and their super awesome KHS T-shirts.
Today, we’re thankful for many things, including a new partnership with Aloha Fun Wear, which is making KHS logo items available once again. They make great gifts for that special Nut in your life. In addition to new fitted tees for women, we’ve introduced a brand new color for ‘Black Friday’ by popular demand: black!
Black Friday and Cyber Monday Discount! Shop on Nov. 29 or Dec. 2 and save over 15 percent!
Check out the Aloha Fun Wear ‘Hawaii Five-0‘ shop today!
The Kukui High School Alumni Marching Band participated in the annual “Family Fun Day” at the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii on Saturday, Sept. 28. Check out the photos and videos below!
Bad Romance: Some members start dancing to this Lady Gaga hit.
Fight Song: We invited volunteers from the audience to play percussion with us. Some kids and aunties (teachers at Washington Middle School) joined in. The Aunty playing the snare drum was sensational. And she said she never played snare drum before… wow!
The Kukui High School Alumni Marching Band was honored to participate in the annual “Aukake Classic,” the summer Special Olympics Hawaii event, held Aug. 17 at Waiau District Park in Pearl City. The band anchored the Opening Ceremonies, performing the national and state anthems and declaring the games officially open.
“We really loved participating in this event, and look forward to more,” said band director Gregory Kim. “I think our missions and people match up extremely well.”
The Kukui High School Alumni Marching Band proudly participated in the Kailua Independence Day Parade last week! It is only the latest in a number of performances organized for community groups. In fact, earlier this week, the band performed at Shriner’s Hospital for Children:
Band leader Greg Kim recently relaunched the KHS Alumni Marching Band, outfitting the music makers in new KHS polo shirts and raising the profile of Kukui High and it’s longstanding commitment to family, fun, and community service.
It’s that time of year again! In celebration of surviving “Black Friday,” we’re announcing our Holiday 2011 Clearance Sale. Only certain items are available in limited quantities, but priced right: more than half off our regular prices in store or at craft fairs.
Check out our KHS Logo Shop for details, but act fast! All orders are first-come, first served.
Have you been putting off your holiday shopping until the very last minute? Well, that minute is swiftly approaching! Fortunately, Kukui High School has you covered. And just in time for Christmas, we’ve added some new products to our logo shop! They include a high-quality jumbo-sized canvas tote bag, perfect for lugging nuts around, and the return of our popular black “Alumni” shirt!
Check out our full line online at KukuiHigh.com, or find a selection of KHS goodies at Butigroove stores (at Ala Moana and Mapunapuna).
You can also find us at this weekend’s Honolulu Gift Fair, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 17, 18 and 19, at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. This huge holiday shopping event is one of the last chances you’ll have for great deals on local goodies this year!
By popular demand, you can now get a classy embroidered polo shirt and a sporty embroidered mesh cap featuring the Kukui High School seal. Both items feature quality materials and are embroidered locally (via Threads Embroidery).
Now you can show your Kukui High pride at work, on the golf course, or anywhere you’d like to step up your style.
In addition, these items are the first official charity fundraising items in the Kukui High logo shop. Not only will you look good, you’ll feel good knowing that $5 from the purchase of each of these items will go toward our non-profit partner, the Ko’olauloa Educational Alliance Corp.. You can learn more about our partnership here.
Items are stitched on demand and can be shipped or picked up in-store, usually within 72 hours. Check out these great embroidered items in our logo shop, or head straight over to the Threads Embroidery site.
By the way… you’d look great wearing an embroidered KHS polo shirt at the All-Year Reunion dance party on Nov. 13!
A movement born of a fictional high school has taken a first step in doing real good. Kukui High has entered into a financial sponsorship arrangement with the Koolauloa Educational Alliance Corporation (KEAC).
As a result of this partnership, a portion of proceeds generated through Kukui High merchandise and events will go toward supporting KEAC initiatives. Both parties will also collaborate on dedicated fundraising activities, and develop unique programs that embody the Kukui High spirit. Continue reading
Calling All Nuts! The Kukui High School Alumni Association, in association with 94.7 KUMU, is thrilled to announce the Kukui High All-Year Class Reunion! Join us on Saturday, November 13 at Oceans 808 in Restaurant Row.
The fun-loving, creative, and talented KHS community has set off an amazing explosion of school pride, and we are way overdue for a real-life get together. So come on down to reconnect with old friends, make new ones, and relive (or reinvent) those high school days!
We’ll be playing your favorite old-school songs to bring back those KHS memories, and your $15 admission includes a great mix of delicious pupus. Of course, Oceans 808 will step things up with great food and drink available for purchase from the bar and sushi counter.
And if you haven’t yet picked up your cool Kukui High apparel, you’ll be able to pick some up at the reunion. This stuff makes great stocking stuffers!
This all-year reunion is for ages 21 and over. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the party goes all night! Stay tuned to KUMU for more details and your chance to win tickets and other prizes!
And yes, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to charity in support of educational initiatives. Details to be announced soon.
See you there, and… GO NUTS!
Celebrated island entertainer Jimmy Borges is one of Kukui High School’s proud alumni. He penned the school’s controversial alma mater (who can forget the infamous nut-throwing incident of 1988?). Today, he recorded a rousing — if not arousing — personal performance of this infectiously catchy tune. It is our distinct honor and pleasure to share this brilliant piece with you. Go Nuts!