- Students must qualify by residing in the catchment area (Kaimuki High School is their "home" school) and more than 1.5 miles away from the nearest entrance.
- Students must also meet Federal family income guidelines.
Once an application has been approved, it is routed to Student Transportation Services which issue the bus passes every month. When the new passes for the month are delivered, an announcement will be placed in the Daily Bulletin to inform bus-pass recipients. When a student reports to the Business Office to pick up a bus pass, they must show a valid KHS ID to pick up their assigned pass and must also sign to indicate that they have received their pass.
More information and application forms are available at the DOE Riding the Bus page.
Student parking is allowed in Zone #2 which is located next to the Manoa-Palolo Canal and adjacent to Buildings A, B, C, and D. All stalls marked yellow and spaces next to the curb are reserved for teachers and staff only. Mopeds and motorcycles must park in the designated area in Zone #2.
Students must apply for the parking decal annually. Decals are issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Students wishing to apply for a parking permit must complete an application form which is available in the Business office. There is a charge of $3.00 for all student parking decals. A current driver's license, registration card, and insurance card are required for review in order to attain a decal. The student form requires a parent signature.
Student parking stickers must be displayed on the driver's side front windshield at all times.
Any student who uses a vehicle to transport another student or students illegally from school grounds will lose the privilege of parking on school grounds.
Students who park illegally (e.g. in areas not designated for student parking) or who do not have parking decals properly displayed on their vehicles shall receive a written warning for the first such infraction. Subsequent infractions may result in the loss of parking privileges, possible disciplinary action and/or towing of the vehicle at the student's expense.
Any student who is involved in the possession, use, distribution or sale of any type of alcohol, drugs or drug paraphernalia will lose the privilege of parking on school grounds.
With parking comes the responsibility of being on time to school. Students who are late to school excessively or leave school without permission will have their parking permits revoked.
If persons do not comply with regulations, their cars are subject to being towed. Violators will be given a warning and will be given a chance to correct the problem.
Further non-compliance to parking regulations will result in a ban of parking on school grounds.
Parking on campus or working on campus will not be permitted past 9:00 p.m. unless approved by administration.