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Hālau ‘o Kapikohānaiāmālama (Summer and Extended Learning)

2024 Course catalog

2024 Summer handbook

For students entering grades K-12: June 17 – July 12

UHMC Dual Credit students: June 17 – July 19

ASU Dual Credit students: June 17 – August 14

Conditional Acceptance Letters for Summer 2024 will be emailed to families starting April 10, 2024. Instructions for Enrollment Agreement, FACTS Payment, and Medical Clearances will be included in the letter.

Hālau ʻo Kapikohānaiāmālama reserves the right to cancel any course should enrollment fall below the minimum allowance, or if an instructor is unavailable.



Since 2017, Hālau ʻO Kapikohānaiāmālama has been serving our Hawaiian community across Maui. It is our goal to provide a safe and nurturing Hawaiian learning space for our haumāna, from kamaiki to ʻōpio.

We strive to provide experiences that will shape these ʻōiwi into leaders for our future. Hālau ʻo Kapikohānaiāmālama emphasizes experiences that develop a student’s aloha for their ʻāina through interdisciplinary courses that are based in kuanaʻike Hawaiʻi – traditional Hawaiian knowledge through moʻolelo - stories, mele – song, chants and ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi – Hawaiian language.

This four-week summer learning program is open to students entering grades K-12, including Kamehameha Schools students, students attending State of Hawaiʻi DOE, public charter schools and other private institutions. We offer early college courses, and specialty courses like Hoʻokele Waʻa and Hawaiian Ethnobotany.


 

News and announcements

KS in the news: Students travel to Maui to share aloha for Lahaina through free performance

KS haumāna ended the school year with many accomplishments and scholarships.


ASU Local, KS Kaiāulu gear up for 2nd year of higher ed learning in West Hawaiʻi

Applications are being accepted now for the fall semester of ASU Local, in partnership with KS Kaiāulu. The four-year higher education program is based out of Keauhou in West Hawaiʻi, but with asynchronous classes being conducted online, students across Hawaiʻi pae ʻāina are welcome to enroll.


Make Music Day 2024 on ʻĀina Pauahi

Make Music Day Hawaiʻi, which is part of a worldwide music celebration, is back this year on June 21. There are numerous places to celebrate across Hawaiʻi pae ʻāina, including at some of our commercial properties on ʻĀina Pauahi.

Contact Us

Hālau ‘o Kapikohānaiāmālama
808-573-7037
halauokapiko@ksbe.edu






Jay-R K. Kaawa
Head of Summer and Extended Learning
jakaawa@ksbe.edu





Kanoelehua Kamalii-Ligsay
Hawaiian Culture Based Education Coordinator
mikamali@ksbe.edu





Ekela Kaniaupio-Crozier
Hawaiian Culture Based Education Coordinator
ekkaniau@ksbe.edu

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