In-person, on-campus summer school at all three campuses is canceled. As an alternative, we plan to offer distance-learning education programs during the summer at all three campuses, focusing on incoming grades 9-12. We will provide information about course offerings and registration as soon as possible. All correspondence will be sent via email, so please regularly check the email you provided.
Hālau ʻo Kapikohānaiāmālama emphasizes experiences that develop a student’s aloha for their ʻāina through interdisciplinary courses that are based in ʻike kuʻuna Hawaiʻi – traditional Hawaiian knowledge through moʻolelo - stories, mele – song, chants and ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi – Hawaiian language. Unequivocal success in the most basic of education skills (language arts, math, verbal, and science) is an expected outcome when the educational foundation is culturally rich. 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. Elementary and middle school programs are full-day experiences, while high school students can elect morning, and/or afternoon or full day courses. We offer early college courses, and specialty courses like Hoʻokele Waʻa, Computer Programing & Game Design, as well as a Maker Design Studio.
|KSM 2020 Summer Handbook||Algebra 1B Summer Syllabus|
|ʻOhana Orientation||Documentary Film Syllabus|
|Self Service Instructions||Graphic Design Syllabus|
|SAT Prep||Papa Hoʻokele 1 Kauwela|
|Summer School withdrawal Q&A||Programming and Game Design Syllabus|
|Public Speaking Syllabus|
Hālau ‘o Kapikohānaiāmālama