Lanakila Baptist High School

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Lanakila Baptist Jr & Sr High School
Oblique view of historic plantation building
91-1219 Renton Road
'Ewa Beach, Hawaii, 96706-1936
United States
Coordinates 21°20′39″N 158°02′17″W / 21.344167°N 158.038056°W / 21.344167; -158.038056Coordinates: 21°20′39″N 158°02′17″W / 21.344167°N 158.038056°W / 21.344167; -158.038056
Denomination Baptist
Established 1969 [1]
Oversight Lanakila Baptist Schools
Principal Mr. Rick Denham
Teaching staff 9.4 (FTE) (as of 2007-08)[2]
Grades 7-12
Gender Co-ed
Enrollment 136 (as of 2007-08)[2]
Student to teacher ratio 14.5 (as of 2007-08)[2]
Color(s) Red, White and Black
Athletics conference Interscholastic League of Honolulu
Mascot Warrior

Lanakila Baptist School is a private school in 'Ewa Beach, Hawaii serving students in grades 7-12.


Lanakila Baptist School opened in 1969 as a K-12 program. The junior and senior high school division opened its doors on Renton Road in 'Ewa Beach in 1979.

The school belongs to the Association of Christian Schools International.


The school is a historical site, housed in the offices of the old Ewa sugar plantation.


High school students have the choice of college preparatory and general education curricula. Electives available to them include American Sign Language, computer hardware, journalism, ministries, multimedia, performing arts, and yearbook.

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Student groups and activities include National Honor Society and a praise band. Traditional events at the school include an annual carnival, a food drive, Homecoming, Senior Auction, spirit week, and Spring Banquet.


Lanakila Baptist School belongs to the Interscholastic League of Honolulu. The Warriors compete in interscholastic competition in basketball, cheerleading, cross county, track and field, and volleyball. Lanakila Baptist athletes also compete in the league's Pac-Five team in baseball, football, soccer, and wrestling.[3]


  1. ^ "Lanakila Baptist: Hawaii's Cool Schools". KHNL. 2009-03-24. 
  2. ^ a b c "School Detail for Lanakila Baptist Jr & Sr High S". National Center for Education Statistics. 
  3. ^ Abramo, Nick (2004-07-23). "Wolfpack giving back". Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Academy of the Pacific, Lanakila Baptist, Redemption, Hanalani and Assets are among the others the program has drawn from. 

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