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Classes are for enrichment only. Credit is not awarded for grades 1-4 courses. Report cards are not issued

Morning Courses

#305 Aquanauts, Racers, And Creators (Grade 3)

Tuition: $340
(7:45 – 11:45a.m.)

Students will develop confidence in their physical and academic abilities by participating in water sports, field games, and innovative activities. Swimsuits are required on the first day of school; goggles are optional but highly recommended.

#405 Aquanauts, Racers and Inventors (Grade 4)

Tuition:  $340

(7:45 – 11:45 a.m.)

Students will develop confidence in their physical and academic abilities by participating in water sports, field games, and innovative activities. Swimsuits are required on the first day of school; goggles are optional but highly recommended.

#002 Catching The Beat Around The World (Grades 3 – 4)

Tuition: $170
(7:45 – 9:35 a.m. or 9:55 –  11:45 a.m.)

Students in this 2-hour class will travel the world over through multicultural songs.  Dances, stories, hand-clapping games and instrument playing.  Before embarking on their worldwide huaka’i, students start off with mele, oli, mo’olelo and hula to gain a sense of who they are as Hawaiians.  Then off they go, to faraway places such as Japan, Africa, Aotearoa, North and South America, discovering that thought the language and culture may be different, children all over the world are the same inside.  Kids like to sing, dance, play and have fun.

#003 Tech Fundamentals (Grades 3 – 4)

Tuition: $170
(7:45 – 9:35 a.m. or 9:55 –  11:45 a.m.)

Learn the FUN-damentals of  21st century technology skills!  Students will learn basic coding and animation concepts while researching and studying the Hawaiian culture and traditions using online applications and programs.  Bring your creativity and thinking skills!

#008 Beginning Robotics (Grades 3-4)

Tuition: $200
(7:45 – 9:35 a.m. or 9:55 – 11:45 a.m.)

Practice and explore beginning programming skills and construct robots that solve real world problems.  Students will utilize WeDo and LEGO NXT software, encouraging them to work in collaborative groups to increase communication, problem solving, technology, science and math skills.

#004 He Hawaiʻi Au (I Am Hawaiian) (Grades 3-4)

Tuition: $340
(7:45 – 11:45 a.m.)

This 4-hour program will introduce third and fourth grade keiki to various Hawaiian cultural experiences.  It is designed to nurture our keiki through hands-on learning, movement and multiple intelligence learning.  Keiki will also attend field trips to enhance their classroom experience.  Homework will be given.

#006 Ma Ka Hana Ka ʻIke (One Learning By Doing) (Grades 3-4)

Tuition: $170
(7:45 – 9:35 a.m. or 9:55 – 11:45 a.m.)

This course is designed to provide motivated learners opportunities to explore the process of inquiry in a lab setting. The focus of the class is active participation and direct experience with materials. The content of the course is centered on science. Each year, the course covers a different area of science including life science, earth science and physical science. Students may repeat the course. They will use skills and strategies they have already developed in an integrated study of science in their world. They will communicate their discoveries through written and visual arts in creating a journal, completing homework assignments and a class project.

#300 Plantation Potluck (Grade 3)

Tuition: $340
(7:45 – 11:45 a.m.)

One of the most popular items at any local eatery is the “Mixed Plate”.  Where did this all begin?  Join us on a journey back to the sweet ole days of the Hawaiian Sugar Plantation to learn about the life of a plantation worker, and how the plantations contributed to the culturally diverse Hawaii of today.  Students will travel with their passports and suitcases in hand to experience a potluck of geography, the arts (language, visual and performing), and food tasting in a literature rich environment.  They will develop a deep appreciation for what makes our island people so unique as they travel through six cultures found in a typical sugar plantation village.  We will learn about plantation life and the Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Korean and Filipino cultures.  Our culminating activities will be a visit to the Waipahu Plantation Village, the compilation of a family cookbook and most importantly our own version of a Plantation Potluck.

#400 Healthy Living, Living Healthy (Grade 4)

Tuition: $340
(7:45 – 11:45 a.m.)

This class emphasizes “healthy living, living healthy” and will provide your child an opportunity to practice critical thinking in a mathematical and English rich environment while participating in relevant activities such as creating a recipe poem book and developing a moʻolelo soda box art project.  Students will also participate in trust experiments to develop life skills that encourage positive pilina (healthy relationships through collaboration and communication).  Join us this summer as we guide your child to Kulia I ka Nu’u (Strive for excellence) in all ares of their life and grow in body mind and spirit.

Afternoon Program

#1003 Play to Learn (Grade 3)

Tuition: $450
12:30-4:00 p.m.

This course will provide students with enrichment activities that incorporate literature, dancing, storytelling, art, cooking, singing, sports and games with an emphasis on meaningful and motivational instruction.

Dress: Shorts, T-shirts, and sport shoes, such as athletic or jogging shoes, are appropriate.

#1040 Exploratory Academy (Grade 4)

Tuition: $450

The Exploratory Academy is a summer enrichment program for students in grades 4 and 5. Students will explore the worlds of STEAM, sports and performing arts through courses designed to expand interest and nurture creativity and curiosity. Students will participate in hands-on learning activities that build skills and develop interest that will lead them to our specialized academies in the future.