C.O.R.A.L.: The Lost Lock

Stories by Marauders

Waipahu High School Early College students worked collaboratively in their Creative Writing, English 204 class to author a creative fictional story of five employees who are trapped under the ocean in an aqualab where an explosion threatens everyone’s life.  This novel was published by Create Space and is listed on Amazon

Rovy Being Recognized by the Governor

Rovy Anne Dipaysa and her mother Victoria Dipaysa

being recognized by Governor Ige. 

Welcome Reception for New Philippine Consulate

Waipahu High School Early College students Ashlee Mei Balignasay and Cristine Alonzo presenting at the welcome reception for the new Philippine Consulate, March 23, 2018. 

Student-Centered Astronomical Research

Team students (left to right) Stuart Martin (Leeward Community College), Diana Castaneda , Cathrina Ramos, and Linsey Daclison (Waipahu High School Early College)

Published in the Journal of Double Star Observations

Early College Students in the News

Rovy Anne Dipaysa being recognized for completing her Associates in the arts degree while in high school in the Honolulu Star Advertiser.

Winner of the Honolulu Rotary 4-Way Test Speech Contest

Alani Asis Winner of the Honolulu Rotary Club's 4-Way Test Speech contest, with Dr. Mark Silliman and Reishi Karla Ramo.

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Induction Spring 2018

 

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society’s newest members are Waipahu High School Early College students: Kasey Ines, Gwyneth Mae Malvar, Hazel Anne Lu, Jayson Padilla, Cherie Ganal, Alicia Acosta, Fevee Kate Camit, Jasmyn Ann Carlos, Francois Camit, Jessica San Pedro, Inri Balcobero, Rianne Christel Tangonan, Richael Lyn Ramos, Andrea Nicole Butay, Tara Sumida, Kyra Anne Martinez, Pink Mariz Felipe, Alden Dominic Paroni, Rochelle Anne Lopez, Cielo Anne Carnate, Jerome Carl Castillo, Wilma Calimag, Marie Claire Agoto, Hannah Mae Amores, Meagan Heather Apostol, Nicole Daguimol, Zyrill Dayne Dela Cruz, Daniel John Quiamas.

And More to Come...

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