775 students, faculty and staff at Waianae High School pledged their support for 55 by ʻ25. The campus-wide pledge drive was coordinated by the schoolʻs College Club.
Over 300 middle school students and faculty at Nānākuli Intermediate & High School showed their support for 55 by ’25 in their first-ever college pledge day. With the support of faculty and administrators, 35 students from the school’s AVID program, a college readiness program that provides academic and social support for students, successfully organized the event during their study hall period.
Spring was a stellar month for 55 by ‘25 pledge events! Hilo High School’s AVID students were one of the many groups that have been busy raising awareness about the importance of college throughout their community and in their neighboring schools. Their mission: promote the 55 by ’25 message and encourage Hilo’s youngest students to pledge for college. The result: Over 1,500 pledges. A huge success!
Students from eight middle schools on Oahu were able to explore career and post-secondary education options at the Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education’s Middle School Career Industry Fair. Exhibitors representing nine Career and Technical Education pathways were on hand to speak with student.