Located in Honolulu, President William McKinley High School also known as McKinley High School serves the students in grades nine through 12. The school is governed by the Hawaii Department of Education and has an enrollment of more than 1,850 students. It offers a wide range of subjects, including English, language arts, business education, English as a second language, family and consumer science, industrial and information technology, mathematics, science, social studies, world languages, music, art, and health and physical education. The school also has a Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps. McKinley High School provides a variety of sports activities that include baseball, basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, softball, bowling, swimming, water polo, wrestling, judo, golf, tennis, soft tennis, canoe paddling, air riflery, cross country, and track and field.