The first day of school was just over a month after the outbreak of World War I. Only seven were in attendance that year, and just one remained and graduated.
Pearl City is an award-winning school in regards to its curriculum and academic achievement, but it's the band that has hit all the right notes over the years.
On the gridiron, the Vikings have been the team to beat in the BIIF as of late.
Established in 1881, Waimea High School is the western-most high school in the United States.
The school in Kailua-Kona first opened its doors in August 1997 and graduated its first senior class in 2001.
Originally an all-boys school, doors were opened to females in 2012.
The home of the Wildcats opened for classes in 1921 and used to follow the coffee plantation schedule.
The home of Na Alii first welcomed students to campus in 1961 on what used to be sugar plantation land.
Chelsea Hardin visits the campus.
Saint Louis has the most decorated football program in the state with 17 prep-bowl and state tournament titles.
The home of the Trojans was established in 1973.
The home of the Marauders was founded in 1938.
The home of the Governors was established in 1936 and is named after former territorial Gov. Wallace Rider Farrington.
When they won their first league title in 1943, the football team was called the Ramberiers.
Several buildings on campus are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Kapolei High School first opened its doors to students in 2000 with a football program kicking off two years later.
Roosevelt High School was established in 1932 and was the first high school in the state to have an artificial turf field.
Leilehua was established in 1924 and moved to its current location in 1949.