SY 24-25 Student Re-registration Window Opened on April 10

The Student Re-registration window opened on April 10, 2024. Parents should complete a re-registration for each currently enrolled student as soon as possible. During re-registration, parents must indicate whether their student will be withdrawing or returning for the upcoming school year.

About Our School

School Mission/Vision

Mission

Educate, Engage, and Empower military-connected students to succeed in a dynamic world.

Vision

Excellence in Education for Every Student, Every Day, Everywhere

Kubasaki’s Purpose

Preparing every student for success in college, career, and life.

About Our School

Welcome to Kubasaki High School!

Students have attended six different Kubasaki campuses since 1946. Okinawa University High School was the first site which opened in early 1946. The school gained its own residence in 1947 when it was moved to a group of 15 prefabricated buildings in the Awase housing area. Typhoon Gloria destroyed the campus in July 1949, delaying the opening of that school year. When school did begin, the campus had been moved to two temporary family residences in the Zukeran housing area. In 1950, the school name was changed to Okinawa American High School and was relocated to Quonsets in the Awase area. In 1952, rising enrollment forced a move to another set of Quonsets at the Army Training School located at Kubasaki–later referred to as the Kubasaki Nine. In 1958, the school was moved to the Wheel area of Naha. Finally, in 1964, the school moved to its present location in Kishaba Terrace, overlooking Fort Buckner, and was renamed Kubasaki High School.


School Crest

The SUN at the top of the shield represents the enlightenment that comes from learning; the rays signify the main avenues of learning open to all.

The TORII in the upper left corner represents Japan, the location of our school.

The TORCH in the lower left corner represents the light of learning and understanding.

The ATOMIC SYMBOL in the upper right corner represents the sciences.

The WINGED FOOT in the lower right corner represents the field of physical development and sports.

The LAUREL BRANCHES extending on either side of the crest represent success and victory.

School Goals

School Improvement Goals

Goal 1: Reading Comprehension

All students will improve in Reading Comprehension.

Goal 2: Mathematics

All students will increase achievement in Mathematics.

Goal 3:

All teachers will participate in Focused Collaboration.

Accreditation and Awards

All schools in DoDEA-Pacific, including Kubasaki High School, are accredited by Cognia, the world’s largest education community. Accreditation assures that a student’s school credits are recognized by schools, colleges, and universities globally so that students can continue their educational goals in the United States or around the world. Accreditation is based on implementing a continuous school improvement (CSI) process, and hosting an External Review.

Chain of Command

APBIO

Ms. Dawn M. Pilon

Unit 35008
Camp Foster
FPO, AP 96373-5008
United States

098-970-3728/6888
Grades:
9th
10th
11th
12th
Enrollment: 572
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