HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY/ACCRUAL OPPORTUNITY
E-SCHOOL: FREE HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY/ACCRUAL SUMMER SCHOOL
Great news! E-School has just received federal funds from the Covid-19 relief package and can now offer summer school for FREE.
Registration is first-come-first-served. A waitlist is available for courses that are full. Parents must register their children for summer classes. Classes are for high school credit. Students grades 9-12 (including incoming 9th graders for the 2021-2022 school year) may enroll.
New students must complete the mandatory orientation or registration will be canceled.
No payments have been processed. Parents who have already paid will have their checks shredded.
KANUIKAPONO K-8 SUMMER PROGRAM
Kanuikapono is offering a Summer Enrichment Program. This program is available to students in grades kindergarten thru grade eight. The three week daily camp will focus on Hawaiian culture with fun and engaging ʻāina-based learning activities. Students will also receive academic enrichment in math and language arts. Middle school (grades 6-8) students will engage in leadership experiences based on the roles of Kaikaina and Kaikuaʻana.
The 3-week program will be focused on the relationship to ʻāina (land) and kuleana (responsibility) to the protection of ʻāina.
- Students will explore the importance of Piko as a place and how to reconnect to the Moku o Koʻolau.
- Students will gain real life experiences in an array of indigenous arts from around the pacific with focus on Hawaiʻinuiākea.
- Students will engage and participate in place based and project based activities that align with Kanuikapono Mission and Vision.
Program Dates: June 7 – 24, 2021 (3-weeks)
Program Times: 8:00am to 2:00pm, Monday thru Friday
Registration Fee: $150 (must be paid upon registering); First come, first serve basis.
Scholarships may be available at a later date through the support of community organizations.
***Students must bring their own snack, lunch, and water bottle daily.
***Program activities will include huakaʻi (field trips) in the Moku of Koʻolau