Kwajalein High School 2024 Graduation Ceremony will be live streamed Friday night at 7:00. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWwjdQLr_Rk
9 days ago, Kim Waite
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about 2 months ago, Kwajalein Schools
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The second grade students made a big impact in just 30 minutes by removing plastic from the beach. Every small action counts towards a cleaner planet!
about 2 months ago, Paul Uhren
Students with trash
Colonel Morgan took time to speak with students at GSES who will be between the ages of 9 and 11 on June 30, 2024 about his time in space and to encourage them to apply for the full scholarship to Space Camp 2024.
about 2 months ago, Paul Uhren
Colonel Morgan addresses students
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about 2 months ago, Kwajalein Schools
Ms. Wright’s music class rocks at reading rhythms! They just nailed a piece called “Trash Talk” using cool percussion instruments made from trash. Awesome job, kids!
2 months ago, Paul Uhren
Student playing "drums" on a coffee can
Student holding music
National Merit Scholar: The Kwajalein High School received word that Aidan Aboud is a recipient of the National Merit Scholarship Award. Out of approximately 1.5 Million PSAT test takers, Aidan is one of a few thousand to receive the award and our school's first recipient since 2013. Congrats to Aidan!
2 months ago, Paul Uhren
Student and Principal
Student and Mom
After more than two decades of inspiring art shows, Art Momma Jane Christy has done it again with this year’s theme, “Around the World in 80 Days.” The artwork displayed was a vibrant showcase of our students’ creativity, featuring an array of mediums from clay to watercolor, and mixed media pieces. Each piece was a testament to the diverse talents of our students and the expansive learning they’ve experienced this year. Her ability to bring out the best in our students is truly remarkable.
2 months ago, Paul Uhren
Girls in Art Room
Students and Teacher in Art Room
Boy in Art Room
Boy in Art Room
Students and Parents in Art Room
Parents in Art Room
Students and Teacher in Art Room
Student in Art Room
Turned kamani wood bowls made by two KJSHS students in Woods I, II and III classes.
2 months ago, Paul Uhren
Student with turned kamani bowl
Student with turned kamani bowl
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Another group of KSHS students create cutlery in the Hobby Shop / Technical Education courses. A special thank you to Dr. Doug Hepler for teaching the students how to take blank metal and pieces of wood to create kitchen ready cutlery.
3 months ago, Paul Uhren
Student with self made cutlery
Student with self made cutlery
Student with self made cutlery
Student with self made cutlery
Student with self made cutlery
Student with self made cutlery
The USAG-KA Bike Rodeo at GSES was a huge success. Students in Grades K through 4 received classroom instruction from Sergeant Rodone and then practice on a course supervised by school and emergency personnel. Bikes were also looked over by the Chapel staff to make sure they were in good working order. Thank you to the USAG-KA PMO, Chapel and Homeschooled families for another successful Bike Rodeo.
3 months ago, Paul Uhren
Student riding a bike
Student riding a bike
Student riding a bike
Student riding a bike
Student riding a bike
Student riding a bike
Classroom instruction on turn signals
Students getting a reward.
Students receiving instructions
Students receiving instructions
Second grade gets a morning workout and practices their math facts and spelling words while jumping rope! They’re so inspired by jump roping that they might perform in the GSES talent show!
3 months ago, Paul Uhren
Students jumping rope
Students jumping rope
KJSHS students spend the day on Ebeye in the Ebeye Public Schools to learn what their classes are like, how their day runs and experience a few hours of the culture and climate of their schools and island life. Check out this YouTube Video of the day's activities: https://youtu.be/tPJlHvaGJCM
3 months ago, Paul Uhren
Student by welcome sign
After a long day, students head back to the dock to head back to Kwajalein
KJSHS and KAHS students work on a project
Students presenting to the class.
KJSHS students pose before going on a scuba dive during the Community Service Hour celebration. Congratulations to all students who provided service to our community.
about 1 year ago, Paul Uhren
Students with scuba gear
Thank you to our helpful elementary students for picking up trash that has blown onto the school playground. These two children volunteered their morning recess time to clean up!
about 1 year ago, Paul Uhren
students picking up trash
Congratulations Rosita Sawej on being recognized by V2X for your extraordinary work with not only our Rikatak students, but also going above and beyond here on Kwajalein (Mrs. Claus) to working closely with the Rikatak Parents on Ebeye. A well deserved recognition!
about 1 year ago, Paul Uhren
Teacher Aide recognition
The USAG-KA Bike Rodeo , in conjunction with GSES, will be held on Friday, February 24 starting at 8:45 am for Grades K - 4. Thank you to the USAG-KA PMO and Lt. Shawn Delaney for keeping our children safe on their bikes.
over 1 year ago, Paul Uhren
Bike Rodeo Flyer
In January, the KJSHS Integrated Science II students tested physical and chemical properties of baking ingredients to solve a baking competition sabotage mystery.
over 1 year ago, Paul Uhren
Science students conduct experiment
Science students conduct experiment
Science student conducts experiement
As part of their service project, the FCCLA Club provided Valentine cookies for the students and staff before school began on February 14th.
over 1 year ago, Paul Uhren
FCCLA Students on Valentines Day
FCCLA students creating signs
FCCLA signs for Valentines Day