ASMHS stands for the Associated Students of Mililani High School. The Executive Board of ASMHS is made up of eight 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 2017 Gold Council of Excellence by the National Association of Student Councils. This is the third 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 NASC 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.
Aloha Trojans & Families!
We, the Associated Students of Mililani High School (ASMHS) are delighted to welcome you and your families into the 2017-2018 school year!
A Trojan encompasses numerous attributes, some of which, in part, are due to our encouraging faculty and staff, safe atmosphere, and drive for success. Because of the expectations and endless opportunities for our students, Trojans have had the ability to get involved in a variety of ways. MHS has over 70 clubs, sports and co-curricular activities across campus that continue to engage with the community, empower leadership, and boost student voice. Bleeding brown and gold, our Trojan Nation is unlike any other.
With a new school year comes learning curves, more decisions, and higher expectations. It also becomes the time for new classes, new friends, new opportunities, and new experiences. This is the year to find and express your interests, but more importantly find yourself. This is the year to set goals and exceed all expectations. This year you’ll challenge yourself and step out of your comfort zone. I encourage you to get involved in clubs, sports, class activities like lip sync, banner building, committees, and/or anything else that best fits your interests. There’s a number of doors just waiting to be opened.
I am so thankful to have the opportunity to serve Mililani High School and am even more proud to call myself forevermore a Trojan. I hope to empower our school and community to be innovative, put those ideas in action, and make it happen!
Take risks, overcome adversity, exude Trojan Pride, seize every opportunity, and make your visions become realities.
I’m excited for the school year ahead and all that it holds!
Alyssa Ann Yamada-Barretto