Interscholastic League of Honolulu - Former Members

Former Members

Institution Location Founded Mascot School Colors Year Left
Farrington High School Honolulu, Hawaii 1936 Governors Maroon & White 1970
Kaimuki High School Honolulu, Hawaii 1944 Bulldogs Green & Gold 1970
Kalani High School Honolulu, Hawaii 1958 Falcons Red & White 1970
McKinley High School Honolulu, Hawaii 1865 Tigers Black & Gold 1970
Roosevelt High School Honolulu, Hawaii 1930 Rough Riders Red & Gold 1970

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