Kīhei High School

Kīhei, Maui

The State of Hawai‘i Department of Education is planning a new high school and campus in Kīhei, Maui. The project will be located on 77 acres above Pi‘ilani Highway near the Kulanihakoi Road intersection. The campus is divided into three tiers: athletic fields on the lower campus, gymnasium in the middle, and academic buildings on the upper campus. The school will have a capacity enrollment of 1,650 students with each classroom building accommodating 400 students.

The future school is designed to be "net zero energy," meaning it uses as much energy as it produces which makes it arguably the most sustainably designed campus in the state. Other features include a stormwater retention system that prevents the school from flooding by using a large retention basin. Project will target LEED Silver Certification. G70 has completed an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and State/County Land Use Entitlements.

Client: State of Hawai‘i, Department of Education

Location: Kīhei, Maui

Size: 50+ ac

Completion: Ongoing