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"Student Activities are an integral part of the curriculum and must be maintained by adhering to current health and safety requirements while practicing necessary social and physical distancing. Schools should continue to promote student voice, civic engagement, and responsibility as aligned to their school design model." -Return to Learn School Reopening Plan, July 2020
Mililani High is committed to maximizing opportunities for our students to participate in extracurriculars and find outlets that allow them to explore personal interests and expand horizons. ASMHS and the Office of Student Activities at Mililani High School is excited to serve you this school year! If you have any questions, please stop by B105 or email

Aloha Trojans & Families, 

On behalf of the Associated Students of Mililani High School, we’d like to give you  a warm welcome to the 2020-21 school year. We hope you had a restful, safe, and healthy summer! I am so honored to be serving Mililani High School with great passion and I am looking forward to what this new year will offer us.

This is a year of change. As we try to live our lives in the midst of this pandemic, it is important to put our health and safety as our number one priority. Let’s continue to practice safe habits such as wearing face masks, washing hands regularly, avoid touching our faces, and staying home if we are sick. Step by step we can keep ourselves and others safe as we conquer this virus. 

With that in mind, know that your student council leaders have been working hard to prepare for a new school year. With the upcoming hybrid school year it is important to know that whether in person or online, Trojan  pride all the time! We will remain innovative and adaptable as we work towards our goal to Make it Happen. We want to provide opportunities for students to get involved and feel included at our school. Trojans, please check your emails regularly as the school year starts to find ways to stay connected both on campus and virtually! School pride can’t happen without your enthusiastic participation, so join us in honoring MHS as  we celebrate Trojan Pride every Friday by wearing Trojan gear or our brown and gold school colors. We want to thank you in advance for participating in our school activities - your engagement is greatly appreciated!

As the currents of life pull us in different directions, let us embrace these changes and look at it as opportunities to grow. It is the waves of change that find us our true direction. Be kind to each other and be kind to yourself. The world needs more positivity, empathy, and most importantly kindness. Challenge yourself to get out of your comfort zones, explore new horizons, make new friends, and stay true to yourself because YOU matter always. 

I'm looking forward to where the waves of life will take us. Let’s make this the best of times with endless memories we’ll never forget! 

Take care & Stay Safe Always!


Angelina Betie Dulay 

ASMHS President

ASMHS stands for the Associated Students of Mililani High School. The Executive Board of ASMHS is made up of five Student Body officers who facilitate school-wide events throughout the year such as quarterly pep rallies, Spirit Weeks, Homecoming, Winterball, service projects, and many more. ASMHS is recognized as a 2020 Gold Council of Excellence by the National Student Council (NatStuCo). This is the sixth year that ASMHS has received this prestigious recognition. The Gold award is the highest level of recognition attainable by a student council for their strong leadership program, functioning in an ethical and responsible way, and engaging others in leadership, spirit, civic, and service activities. “Receiving a NatStuCo National Gold Council of Excellence Award reflects the highest dedication on the part of the school to providing a strong, well-rounded student council program,” said Ann Postlewaite, National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) student programs director.
The ASMHS Council is made up of students who are interested in getting involved and creating a positive school culture on campus through Trojan Teams which fall under one of the four pillars of the National Association of Student Councils: Leadership, Service, Voice and Engagement.  Students who are interested in a facilitator/chairperson role are expected to be committed to attend project planning meetings and communicate regularly with the advisor and/or ASMHS executive board. ASMHS Council members have the option to take the Leadership Training Course elective credit during the school day. The calendar/commitment varies for each ASMHS Council Trojan Team (see breakdown below). ASMHS Council members are selected into council by completing their application, completing a brief interview, and meeting the 2.0+ minimum GPA (teacher recommendations may be considered).
Trojan-Inspired Quotes!
Trojans, what drives and inspires you? Motivates you or gives you hope? Share those quotes with us and you can be featured on our school website, Instagram, and/or our Marquee! Sign in to your school gmail account and fill out the form HERE to participate.
2021-2022 ASMHS
Executive Board
Caleb Beeler
Vice President
Kasandra Morse
Recording Secretary
Sariah Banks
Corresponding Secretary
Emma Olsson
Jaden Kiese
Josslyn Rose
Board Members
Breanne Acoba
Brielle Acoba
Emily Asuncion
Kaiya Endo
Kanani Fukuda
Kamryn Lapinid
Miya Matsumoto
Amanda Matsushima
Miya Nishihira
Heart Prestosa
Josslyn Rose
Jaycelyn Shinagawa
Serenity Shadowens
Seth Uson
Kanako Yonashiro
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