James Campbell High School Overview
James Campbell High School is an American high school situated in the city of Hawaii, United States. The motto of the school is “Integrity & Scholarship. The Way to Wisdom”. This coeducational school work under the Hawaii State Department of Education. There are more than 3,000 students enrolled in this school. As of August 2018, the principal of this high school is Jon Henry Lee. This public school located at a distance of 15 miles from the Downtown Honolulu. The students of ninth to twelve grade studies in this school. Additionally, there are students of Defense department employee who studies here.
There is a great number of official clubs and organizations in the college that include Color Guard, Drumline, Future Farmers of America, Filipino-American Club, Graphics Club, Hawai’I Automotive Service Technology, Hiking Club, Chinese Cultural Club, DJ Club, National Honor Society, Networking Technologies, Peer Education, Polynesian Dance & Music, Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps, Literary Connections Club, Paintball Club, and Leadership Experience Opportunity.
James Campbell High School Alumni
There are many well-known personalities studied in this school during his childhood. It includes former NFL players Mile Ulufale, David Veikune, and Cliff Russell. Additionally, the retired CEO of Fitzsimons Credit Union Sandra B. Neves also studies here.
James Campbell High School Other Details
There is a great variety of sports offered by the school for the students as they compete in the Oahu Interscholastic Association. The sports available in the school are swimming, cross country, cheer leading, air rifle, basketball, soccer, soft tennis, track & field, water polo, and wrestling among others. There are many schools that operate under the Campbell School Complex, including Pohakea Elementary School, Kaimiloa Elementary School, Ewa Elementary School, and Ewa Beach Elementary School.