Aiea High School Alumni Association

Aiea High School Alumni Association


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Counting down! 2 weeks away from our annual Aiea High School Family Fun Fair ...... Friday, April 27 4pm to 9pm. Rides, games, food booths, craft vendors, pony rides, petting zoo, carriage rides, silent auction, country store, entertainment and much more! FREE ADMISSION / FREE PARKING on campus. Hope to see you there!
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: SEE YOU AT THE POLE day is on Wednesday, September 27, at 7:00 a.m. local time. All around the globe, in every time zone, students will be gathering at their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, families, churches, and communities. SEE YOU AT THE POLE is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer for your generation.
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This invite is now open to all Na Alii Alumnis, we would love to have you all here to celebrate with us! To my family, all 8 of you that grad from Aiea Class of 1981 to 1993, please come, bring your friends and let's cheers to 30 years or less or more and beyond!
We'll have great pupus, raffles and awesome people! Share this or tag someone..... call or email me if any questions! 💕

The Aiea High School Alumni Association (AHSAA) is the official alumni organization for alumni of Aiea High School. Please continue to check for updates!

Executive Board:
President: Richard Mizusawa
Vice President: Wayne Suzuki
Secretary: Cherise Imai
Treasurer: Laren Lucero
Director of Fundraising: Kris Yamaguchi
Director of School/Community Relations: Jenn Yamaguchi

Operating as usual


Congratulations to the 2017 Aiea High School Alumni Association Scholarship recipients! Pictured are Jenaiah Santos, Penny Loo, and AHSAA President Richard Mizusawa.

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Scholarship Recipients 07/08/2016

Scholarship Recipients


Thank you for those who voted in the Aiea High School Alumni Association Executive Board Elections. We would like to announce your current Executive Board 2016-2018:

President: Richard Mizusawa
Vice President: Kris Yamaguchi
Treasurer: Chase Urasaki
Director of Communications: Lei Navasca
(pictured left to right)


Today's the big day for the class of 2016!

Don't forget to congratulate them at Aloha stadium, today at 6pm.

Share your photos of the graduates on our page and use the hashtag #AieaAlumni


Calling all Aiea Alumni! Do you want to give back to your alma mater? Are you interested in serving alongside fellow alumni to help share the great news of what we're doing, give back to students, and more? Nominations for the Aiea High School Alumni Association Executive Board 2016-2018 are now open! Nominate a fellow alumni or yourself to join our team. If you have any questions, email us at [email protected]. Nominations are due by May 3, 2016. Feel free to share and forward to any Na Alii you know!


Some of our officers at the AHS Family Fun Fair. Come stop by to say hello!


Come stop by our alumni booth and pick up a Samurai from its cup from us! Below is Treasurer Laren Lucero and Director for School/Community Relations Jennifer Yamaguchi showing off our treats.


Happy Aloha Friday & Congratulations to AHSAA's Alumni of the Month, Leisha Bento (Wake) from the Class of 1983! Leisha has been teaching at AHS since 1995, an amazing way to give back to our alma mater!

Why do you love AHS?
First and foremost, I love Aiea because of the students. In all the years I have taught at Aiea, my students have been very loving, caring, respectful, and appreciative. As a 12th grade teacher, I go through withdrawals each year when a class graduates but thankfully, the joy returns when I meet and become attached to the next class the following year. I also love Aiea because of the deep pride graduates have for their alma mater. The alumni and tight-knit community are loyal to the core and unwavering in their commitment to the school. Many alumni return as teachers and staff while others are proud to send their children to Aiea as the next generation of Na Alii. My daughter is a 2013 alumnus and my son will be when he graduates in 2017. Neither wanted to attend any other school and bleed green just like I do.

What is your favorite Na'ali'i memory?
Besides Homecoming and proms, one of my favorite memories of Aiea was our walk through the campus for the last time on our way to the football field for our graduation ceremony. Another favorite memory was when the varsity baseball team was playing in the state tournament at the Aloha Stadium. Our principal at the time - Mr. Richard Honda - cancelled classes that day and allowed us to attend the game and support the team.

How were you involved at AHS?
Varsity Volleyball for 4 years, sub-committee chairperson for Sr. Prom and Winterball, Hawaiian Dance Club, Pep Club, Graduation committee, DECA secretary, Jr. Prom princess, 1st place at the State DECA competition (went to New Orleans for the National competition).

Other background information:
National Board Certified Teacher, past member of Delta Kappa Gamma, Sr. Sneak Off Advisor since 2002, Prom and Homecoming Court Advisor, Class of 1983 Reunion Committee, Oceanic Cable Outstanding Educator 2005-06, HSTA Central District Teacher of the Year 2005-06, Mentor Teacher, UH College of Education Cooperating Teacher, AP Psychology Reader


Happy Thursday, Aiea Alumni! Tomorrow we will be fundraising at the AHS Family Fun Fair selling Samurai Frost Cups (strawberry/vanilla, strawberry/melon, & orange swirl). Please stop by to support your AHSAA! Funds raised goes back to our students through scholarships and other programs. You can also stop by to talk with current board members and join our association. We look forward to seeing you there! 04/15/2016

AHSAA Executive Board 2016-2018 Nomination Form

Calling all Aiea Alumni! Do you want to give back to your alma mater? Are you interested in serving alongside fellow alumni to help share the great news of what we're doing, give back to students, and more? Nominations for the Aiea High School Alumni Association Executive Board 2016-2018 are now open! Nominate a fellow alumni or yourself to join our team. If you have any questions, email us at [email protected]. Nominations are due by May 3, 2016. Feel free to share and forward to any Na Alii you know! Please submit nominations for the Aiea High School Alumni Association (AHSAA) Executive Board 2016-2018. If elected, this board will serve from July 1, 2016 until June 30, 2018. Below are the positions open for nominations along with each position's description. You may nominate more than one (1) pe…


Every year, the Aiea High School Alumni Association presents an individual or group a holiday gift basket to show our appreciation and recognize their service to the Aiea community. This year, the AHSAA officers selected the Aiea Neighborhood Board because of their efforts to make Aiea a better community to work and live in. AHSAA Executive Board officers presented the basket to Aiea Neighborhood Board Chair William Clark.


Stop by the Aiea Christmas Fair and grab your AHSAA tote bag today! For $5 you get one of our very own tote bags and pens. They are perfect gifts and great to use for every day shopping!


AHSAA at the Aiea Christmas Parade!


Happy Holidays from your AHSAA Executive Board!


Good morning everyone!

We apologize for the inconvenience but today's Awards & Appreciation Luncheon has been postponed and will be re-scheduled to a future date. We will keep you posted. Thank you. 08/13/2015

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Have you RSVP yet? Aiea High School Alumni Association's inaugural Awards & Appreciation Luncheon is just around the corner!

RSVP to the luncheon here:


Let's give a big round of applause to our 2015 Aiea High School Alumni Association Scholarship Recipients! Get to know our scholarship recipients by reading their individual bios here:

Scholarship Recipients 07/19/2015

Scholarship Recipients


AHSAA's new logo!


Today is the last day to submit applications or nominations for our Alumni & Community Awards! Please nominate outstanding individuals who make a difference in the Aiea community and beyond. Click on the following links to the applications:,


The AHSAA would like to announce the extension of our alumni and community awards, applications and nominations are due by July 10th, 11:59 p.m.

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Calling all Alumni! The AHSAA would like to announce our alumni and community awards. Applications and nominations are due June 30, 2015.

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Congratulations to Aiea High School's graduating class of 2015!
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Congratulations to Aiea High School for being ranked one of Hawaii's top high schools in the 2015 rankings of U.S. News Best High Schools.

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The AHSAA is proud to announce our Alumni of the Month for May 2015: Brett Tanonaka! He is current student at University of California, Berkeley, and a 2012 graduate of AHS. See his bio for more about him and why he loves his alma mater. Make sure to like our page to get updates on our recognized alumni and more!

Congratulations to AHSAA's Alumni of the Month, Brett Tanonaka ('12)!
Occupation: Student at University of California, Berkeley

Since this is a little vague, I'll talk about a few of the things I am/have been involved in at Cal. I was previously an opinion columnist for the school's newspaper, The Daily Californian and a member of the campus' online television station CalTV. Two years ago, I cofounded a film club that focuses on creating documentaries that promotes positive social change and I am happy to say it is now an accredited class at UC Berkeley. I am currently a member of the Business Careers in Entertainment Club and a board member of a competitive hip-hop dance team, Identity X.

Why do you love AHS?
AHS is the epitome of the melting pot ideal that makes Hawaii (in general) such a wonderful place. The diversity of interests, political mindsets, cultures, and talents provided a healthy framework for my personal and professional endeavors. It was at Aiea that I first grasped the concept of the bigger picture to utilize my life to make a positive impact on this world in some way or form. Much of my successes today can be attributed to the tremendous care and support provided by teachers and fellow classmates. I would not be where I am today if it were not for Aiea High School.

Best memory at AHS?
I participated in homecoming throughout my time at AHS. However, it is the days we worked on our class banner during my junior and senior year that I will remember the most. We would stay at the school until 2am cutting pvc pipes and painting our cardboard DeLorean. I do have a distinct memory of when we were working on our pirate ship for our junior class banner. One day we were testing the fog machine in Mr. Nishizawa's class —We were all planning on working through the night and needed a little break. Nishi just so happened to have his DJ lights in his room at that time. We shut the doors and all the windows, turned off all the class lights, turned on his DJ lights, flooded the floors with fog, blasted some music and danced the night away.

How were you involved at AHS?
I was fortunate enough to serve my class as the junior and senior class treasurer and be on the senior prom court. Over the years I was a part of the football, baseball and soccer teams. I also joined a few clubs: Key Club, Pacific and Asian Affairs Council, National Honor Society, and Leo Club. Although I did overcommit myself during certain parts of the year, I highly recommend any current student to get involved in any and all clubs/sports that interest them. It not only helps build a strong resume but also connects you with individuals with similar interests and passions.

Words of advice?
In my early years of college I went through the typical major conundrum of deciding whether I wanted to study something financially feasible or to pursue my passion of video production. Similar to most, I focused my studies on something economically stable and spent my spare time being a part of clubs related to my interests. If I had one thing to say to graduating seniors (or young adults) it would be to not ignore your passions. Even if it is a small niche community, join them. Within my extra curricular organizations I was able to connect with likeminded individuals and through them I've had to opportunity do things such as perform on dance stages I've idolized my entire life — World of Dance — and watch a commercial that I filmed for Hyundai stream live on television. Not only that, but my extra curricular activities also helped shape my projected career course of digital and creative marketing.

One last thing that I tell everyone when I go back to visit Hawaii during breaks is to not be afraid to leave the islands. Born and raised in Aiea, the Na Alii pride is all that I was comfortable with. Although Hawaii is a great place, the world is much bigger than what many of us are used to. Yes, there is a lack of aloha spirit here in the mainland, but it was here that I learned to perceive the world on a grander scale. Even if you're here for only a couple of years for a small job or for college, you'll always be able to return to the islands. Hawaii will always be home to me. Thank you to all the friends and family who have brought me to where I am today. As a class we never properly expressed our gratitude for all the time and money our advisor continues to spend on us. Therefore, thank you Mr. Uwaine for everything you do.

All in all, I encourage everyone to go out and explore but to never forget the high school they attended. I will proudly say I am an Aiea alum for many years to come.

Executive Board 2014-2016 05/11/2015

Executive Board 2014-2016


Just a little preview of the 2014-2016 Executive Board photoshoot! Thank you to Pearl Country Club for the great scenery and experience!


Happy Aloha Friday!

Let's give a shout out to our very own Aiea alumn and Miss Aloha Hula 2015, Jasmine Kaleihiwa Dunlap.

Individual female dancers, such as Jasmine, competed for the title Miss Aloha Hula at the annual Merrie Monarch Festival. They performed in both modern and traditional forms of hula, as well as chant. It is hula's top solo wahine honor.


Congratulations to our AHSAA 2015 Scholarship recipients who were recognized tonight at Senior Night! From left to right: Jennifer Yamaguchi (AHSAA Director of School/Community Relations), Makanaakua Ah Yo, Benjamin Steeper, Chase Urasaki, Ariana Urmeneta, and Richard Mizusawa (AHSAA President).


Mahalo everyone for supporting the Aiea High School Alumni Association by purchasing Bubbies Homemade Ice Cream and Desserts. We raised $1,350! Enjoy your mochi ice cream. :) #AieaAlumni #BubbiesFundraiser


Last night the Aiea High School Alumni Association members made cotton candy for everyone to enjoy at he Aiea High School Family Fun Fair!

Mahalo everyone for showing Na Ali'i support :)


The AHSAA is proud to announce our Alumni of the Month for April 2015: Claire (Sunada) Tanoue! She is a Legal Services Support Supervisor and entrepreneur, and a 1978 graduate of AHS. See her bio for more about her and to see why she loves her alma mater. Make sure to like our page to get updates on our recognized alumni and more!

Congratulations to AHSAA's Alumni of the Month for April: Claire (Sunada) Tanoue from the Class of 1978!

Legal Services Support Supervisor for the Domestic Violence Action Center (DVAC).

Why do you love AHS?
Aiea High School provided me with a solid foundation to pursue all of my career goals. I was challenged in a diverse campus, where people of all races and social backgrounds formed a realistically challenging community. I believe that I formed my strong work ethic and desire to succeed, although at that time I was not sure of where exactly my career path would take me.

What is your best memory of AHS?
My best memory is coming together at football games to cheer for friends who were playing; feeling that all of us on Na Alii side were one big team. I remember vividly cheering with my friends.

At AHS, were you part of student government, elected to a Court, won a category in your class’ hoss elections, or involved in clubs/ sports?
My extracurricular activities included: Student Government/Class Committee Chairpersons, Japanese Club, Junior Prom Court.

Other background information:
I am the Co-Founder of Body Mint, a product that my partners and I developed and launched in the year 2000. Since then, over 2,000,000 bottles of this deodorant table have been sold around the world. Although I am no longer involved in day to day operations, I remain co-owner. A new product, Grenades Gum was launched last year and is rising in popularity now.
As a survivor of breast cancer, I served for a few years at the Queen's Medical Center, where I can the opportunity to work directly with cancer patients as an advocate.
I am also a Certified Health and Wellness Coach, and work with clients who wish to set and reach personal goals for better health.
My full-time job is at the Domestic Violence Action Center, where I find working with our clients to be so rewarding. The survivors inspire me and help me to appreciate all of my blessings. I am a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Honolulu.
Education: I have a BS in Fashion Merchandising from the Univ of Hawaii. I am also a licensed attorney in Hawaii -- Graduated in 1987 from the William S. Richardson School of Law. I am so grateful for the education I have received in Hawaii. My law background helped tremendously while we were building our business, and I now use it to help survivors.





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