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Summer School

Our Summer School program offers a variety of hands-on learning experiences that are engaging and fun. Students can select from a variety of academic, athletic, enrichment and arts courses. Enrollment is open to girls and boys entering kindergarten through grade 12. Accommodations for ESL/ELL students are not available in our Summer School Programs.

Registration for Summer School 2022 is now open!

Contact

Randi Yamauchi
Program Coordinator
 
Alethia Donathan
Director of Extended Learning Programs
 
(808) 532–2464 | Email

SUMMER SCHOOL

June 6 – July 15, 2022

Click on the catalog below to learn more. 

 
 
Alu Like Summer School Tuition Assistance 
Financial assistance is available through Alu Like for qualified students, with a preference for applicants of Native Hawaiian ancestry to the extent permitted by law. Families seeking summer school tuition assistance can apply online at alulike.org/nhssap

 

LOWER & MIDDLE SCHOOL

The Lower and Middle School Program is available for boys and girls entering K–8 and offers a diverse selection of courses that reinforce foundational concepts and skills, as well as an enriching, fun and active learning experience. Course lengths vary from 3 to 6 weeks. See catalog for detailed information.
 

HIGH SCHOOL

Most of our course offerings for students entering grades 9–12 will be taught online and are open to all high school students statewide (entering grades 9 to 11 in the fall of 2021). St. Andrew’s Schools has created a web of online learning opportunities as part of its iPriory digital initiative.

Arizona State University Prep Digital (ASUPD)

St. Andrew’s Schools has partnered with Arizona State University Prep Digital (ASUPD) to offer additional online high school and college courses to high school students in HawaiĘ»i. Collegiate courses earn college credit through Arizona State University (ASU) and are taught by ASU faculty. Arizona State University is a public research university that has been consistently ranked #1 in the U.S. for innovation and is dedicated to helping students have access to their educational program. Students enrolled in these online courses will be required to check-in periodically with our on-site iPriory Coordinator to ensure learning success. ASUPD high school courses are taught by ASUPD faculty for high school credit. ASUPD college courses are taught by the faculty at Arizona State University for college credit. Learn more about these classes in the above Summer School course catalog.