1650 Kaahumanu Avenue
Wailuku, HI 96793
Phone: (808) 984-5656
Fax: (808) 984-5674
Principal: Michael Hazama (1966)
Colors: Maroon & Blue
Motto: Ha'aheo O Maui, "The Pride of Maui"
School enrollment in 1966: 1,473
Seniors: 352 (172 female, 180 male)
Standing in the center of some of Maui’s major commercial, industrial and municipal communities, Baldwin High is the proud home of the Baldwin Bears with a student enrollment of about 1400 (1966) students from grades 9 to 12 who live in the surrounding community of Wailuku such as Waikapu, Waihee, Waiehu and parts of Kahului.
Our students are richly multi-cultural with many Filipino, Part Hawaiian, and Japanese students, who comprise the three largest ethnic groups on our campus, respectively. In addition, our student body also includes Caucasians and lower numbers of Hawaiian, Portuguese, Hispanic, Chinese and Korean students as well as those who are a blend of different ethnicities.
The majority of the parents in our school community work in the travel industry, sugar and pineapple industries, county/state service, and commerce.
Vice President Hubery Humphrey w/ Aileen Nakamura
Baldwin students have received national, state and district recognition for their achievements in academics, athletics and co-curricular activities.
Top-ranking Seniors Scholastically
Baldwin teachers, administrators, counselors have also been recognized at the district, state and national levels for their contributions to student learning.
Each year, Baldwin also accepts about 100 students who apply for geographic exceptions to attend our school. Many of these students choose to attend Baldwin rather than the school within their geographic location because of special programs such as the Performing Arts Learning Center, JROTC, Food Service, Advanced Placement courses, URSA, and Speech and Debate program as well as the various elective courses in the subject areas.