Opera for Everyone/Roosevelt High School
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A student with the mask he designed for
the 2000 assignment based on the opera
The Masked Ball.
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Roosevelt High School
President Theodore Roosevelt High School, established in 1930, opened its doors at its present site in 1932. Located in the heart of Honolulu, it is a comprehensive, co-educational, public high school for grades 9 through 12. It is one of six high schools in the Honolulu District and serves students from six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one Hawaiian Language Immersion K-12 school. Presently, there are 1522 students enrolled. Its close proximity to the University of Hawaii has resulted in curricular and co-curricular linkages to the academic and business communities, especially in science and engineering. Roosevelt is one of the few secondary schools that offers Hawaiian Language classes. Roosevelt is a multicultural campus with representation of at least thirteen ethnicities reflective of the Pacific Basin countries.

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