A typical Kagman High School student is of Chamorro or Carolinian descent. With very strong cultural roots, all students at Kagman High are very respectful and caring of one another. They welcome outsiders with bright smiles and warm hearts. A person who should attend Kagman High is a person who unintentionally upholds the phrase "one love, one heart" from the purest of their own heart. As a school, we uphold that phrase together as "one love, one heart, one AYUYU family." AYUYU is our school mascot, the coconut crab. Every student has no shame in exclaiming to the world that they are an AYUYU. Students also uphold to the known phrase of "once an AYUYU, always an AYUYU" regarding those who have graduated, left, or transferred to another school. Typical Kagman High students are not only very heart-warming and welcoming people who continue to ignite the root of their culture in everything they do, but they also live up to the culture of being very physically active. Everyday, you will see majority of the students out in every empty open-spaced fields of our school playing all types of sports together. Every chance they get, they satisfy their desirable hobbies. Every student is unique in their own way, physically, academically, musically, artistically, etc. No one is left behind, and if ever there is someone who was left behind, a typical AYUYU would welcome them as family and make them feel at home.