Waialua High and Intermediate School

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Waialua High and Intermediate School
67-160 Farrington Highway
Waialua, Hawaii 96791
United States
Type Public, Co-educational
Established 1936
School district Central District
Principal Ms. Avis Nambu
Faculty 40 (approx.)
Grades 7-12
Number of students 619 (approx.)
Campus Rural
Color(s) Scarlet and Grey          
Athletics Oahu Interscholastic Association
Mascot Bulldogs
Newspaper The Waialuan
Yearbook Ho'omanao
Military United States Army JROTC

Waialua High and Intermediate School is a public intermediate and high school for grades 7-12 in the Waialua CDP in City and County of Honolulu,[1] Hawaii on the Island of Oahu.

The campus boasts the painted plastic mural A Waialua Day by Balazs Szabo and the mixed media sculpture Waialua from Ken Shutt’s Konohiki Series.[citation needed]


The school was founded in 1914 as a single-roomed school called Mokuleia School. In 1927 Andrew E. Cox donated 15-acre (61,000 m2) tracts of land for the school's campus, and it was renamed Andrew E. Cox Junior High School. In 1937 the school was enlarged to include a senior high school and was renamed to its present name.


  1. ^ "Waialua CDP, Hawaii." U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved on May 21, 2009.

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Coordinates: 21°33′56″N 158°07′32″W / 21.565671°N 158.125615°W / 21.565671; -158.125615