Student Life Student Distance Learning Resources and Tutorials Student Infinite Campus Login IC Password Reset Form Student Infinite Campus Instructions Library Research Resources Instructions for Course Registration Clever / VJS / Pathful Explore Login Clever / VJS / Pathful Explore Login Instructions Canva for Education Signup (@farringtonhighschool.org required) Student Bulletin STAR Login Ohana Help Desk Request to Borrow FHS Chromebook Form Damaged Student Chromebook Service Request Form Student @farringtonhighschool.org Gmail Help Form Tutorial: Activating your Farrington Email Tutorial: Joining a Google Classroom Tutorial: Joining a WEBEX Meeting Tutorial: Joining a Google Meet Click to open "Welcome to Farrington Slideshow" FHS Chromebook Care Student Body & Student Council FHS Constitution History With over 2,300 students & 135 faculty, Farrington High School has one of the largest student populations of all Hawaii’s public schools. In September 1936, Governor Wallace Rider Farrington High School opened its doors to 738 sophomores and 25 teachers in temporary buildings across the street from the current location, at the present site of the Kamehameha Homes public housing project. The school moved to its present location in 1940, the former site of Kamehameha Preparatory School (now known as Kamehameha Elementary School). The school is named in honor of the late Wallace Rider Farrington (1871-1933), who served as the sixth governor of the Territory of Hawaiʻi from 1921 to 1929 in addition to prior office as Mayor of Honolulu and separate terms as editor of both the Honolulu Advertiser and Honolulu Star-Bulletin. Our nickname, mascot, and top hat and cane logo were also adopted in honor of our namesake. Designed by noted Hawaiʻi architect Charles W. Dickey (1871-1942), the campus sits on 26 acres – once used by the U.S. Army as a hospital during World War II. Mr. Dickey is widely known for designing some of the most famous buildings in Hawaiʻi such as the Alexander & Baldwin Building, Halekulani Hotel, Queen’s Hospital, the old Waikiki Theater, Varsity Theater and Kamehameha Schools - Kapālama campus buildings. FHS Student Activities @govlove @fhsgovlove fhsgovlove Clubs and Organizations Athletic Forms Teen Center College and Career Services (Links to External Site) FHS Library Library Audio Books (Opens in new tab) The Governor - FHS Newswriting (Links to External Site) Farrington Alumni Community Foundation (Links to External Site) T-Shirt Theatre (Links to External Site) GOVS Juke Box G-Rated (Links to External Site)
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