Lanai High and Elementary School
|Lanai High and Elementary School|
Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii, Maui County
|School district||Hawaii State Department of Education|
|Grades||K - 12|
|Number of students||672|
|Color(s)||Green and Gold|
|Accreditation||Western Association of Schools and Colleges|
Lanai High and Elementary School (LHES) is located on the island of Lanai in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It is the largest of six K-12 public schools in the Hawaii State Department of Education system. Lanai High and Elementary School is the only school on the island located in the heart of Lanai City, which is also the only city on the island. As of 2007, there are 672 students with a ratio of 1 teacher per 15 students.
The campus boasts the wood sculpture Lanai Ohana by Ken Shutt, the ceramic sculpture The Pool Committee by Kay Mura-Davidson, and the mixed media sculpture Torch to Lana'i's Youth by Bruce Paul Fink.
LHS offers a variety of sports for students to participate in. Some of the sports offered are Boy's Basketball Jr's and Sr teams, Girl's Basketball, Cheer-leading, Canoe Paddling, Co-ed Cross Country, Co-ed Tennis, Golf, Wrestling, Baseball, Girls' Volleyball, Boy's Volleyball, and Girls Softball, Jr and HS Teams.
[Only Sports offered for Elementary and Intermediate levels are Intramural County-funded Co-ed Basketball and Biddy Baseball and T-Ball; Teams are formed based on parent partnering for coaching availability.]