EWA, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) –

The largest high school in the state is growing so rapidly that officials say they have no idea where they’ll put students if they don’t get funding to build new classrooms.

“We are in desperate need of classroom space at this point,” said Campbell High School Principal Jon Henry Lee.

Just how big is the biggest high school in Hawaii?

The incoming freshman class has 800 students, the same size as some high schools in the islands. The total student population this school year: 3,049.

“We’re going to hit critical mass very soon, where some difficult decisions will have to be made in terms of what we’re going to do with our students because they will literally have no place to go,” Lee said.