hanahau‘oli Summer School
Summer School registration is now open
Our summer program offers opportunities for children to explore interests and discover new talents while extending and practicing basic skills. Classes are designed to reflect Hanahau‘oli’s integrated thematic teaching style, incorporating experiences in language, math, science, social studies and the arts in a context that is meaningful and motivating to children. Computers are used when appropriate. Guest visitors and learning trips are also a part of the program. Enrollment is offered to children entering Junior Kindergarten through 5th Grade from all schools.
The summer experience provides an introduction to students newly admitted to Hanahau‘oli and gives those who attend other schools an opportunity to sample some of the richness of Hanahau‘oli’s program.
2019 summer school Dates
March 1st, 2019, 12:00 pm hst
Summer School registration opens online.
Note: We utilize a registration system called Camp Brain. When registering for the first time on Camp Brain you will need to create an account. Summer School Lunch by Sodexo (Menu) is available for an additional fee of $190 and can be purchased through the online Camp Brain registration system alongside class selection.
April 30, 2019
Last day to withdraw from Summer School classes and receive a refund.
May 24, 2019
Deadline to submit health records.
June 3 - 7, 2019
Summer Interim Care program.
JUNE 7, 2019
Pre-Summer School Orientation, 3:00 - 4:30pm Summer School 2019 students and their family members may visit Hanahau'oli to get familiar with the campus, classrooms, briefly meet teachers, and cover summer school logistics.
June 10 - July 19, 2019
Summer School program dates.
Note on Holidays: There is no Summer School on Tuesday, June 11 and Thursday, July 4.
International and Out-of-State Students 留学生 / 国际学生 / 유학생: Click here.
New to Summer School 2019!
Hanahau‘oli School is launching the Progressive Youth Leadership Academy, or PYLA. This program is designed for students entering Grades 7 - 12 who are interested in “finding their bliss,” leading and reflecting on their role in creating a better future society. There is seminar (class time) and practicum (hands-on work time) that are both dedicated to inquiry, reflection, and the development of leadership skills.
Adult leaders will be Dr. Amber Strong Makaiau and Ms. Lia Woo. Please see flyer for details.