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2014 Summer SCHOOL GUIDE SCHOOLS DIRECTORY ASSETS SCHOOL CHUCK E. CHEESE

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CITY & COUNTY’S SUMMER FUN PROGRAM

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DR. TAKAHASHI JUKU

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EPIC FOUNDATION

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HANAHAU‘OLI SCHOOL

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HAWAII BAPTIST ACADEMY

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HONGWANJI MISSION SCHOOL

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ICE PALACE

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INTELLEYOU LEARNING CENTER

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ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY

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KAMA‘AINA KIDS

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KID POTENTIAL

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KRAFT FOODS GROUP MUSICAL THEATRE EXPERIENCE

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LA PIETRA SUMMER PROGRAMS 2014

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LE JARDIN

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LEAHI SWIM SCHOOL

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LINFIELD COLLEGE

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LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL

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MANOA JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

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MONTESSORI COMMUNITY SCHOOL

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PUNAHOU SCHOOL

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ROY SAKUMA UKULELE STUDIOS

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SACRED HEARTS ACADEMY

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SCIENCE CAMPS OF AMERICA

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SAINT LOUIS SCHOOL

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ST. ANDREW’S PRIORY SCHOOL

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ST. ANTHONY SCHOOL

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SAINT FRANCIS SCHOOL

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THINKER TOYS

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UH COMMUNITY COLLEGES

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UH CRDG SUMMER PROGRAMS

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UH SUMMER SESSIONS

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VARIETY SCHOOL OF HAWAII

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YMCA OF HONOLULU

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HELPING STUDENTS IN NEED OF EXTRA HELP

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arents want their kids to be as successful as possible in the classroom. Good grades illustrate a desire to learn and excel, and high marks can make it easier for students to be accepted into toprated secondary schools later on in their academic careers. But some students still need a little extra help with their classes no matter how hard they work. These children may benefit from tutoring or one-on-one sessions in the classroom. Learning disabilities vary greatly. Some students have trouble taking tests, while others have difficulty paying attention in the classroom. Because learning disabilities encompass so many different issues, estimates as to the number of children with learning disabilities can be difficult to pinpoint. But according to the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, as of the 200910 school year, 13 percent of all enrolled children ages three to 21 were classified as having some sort of learning disability. That number has grown from 8 percent in 1976, when records were first kept. Whether a student has a previously diagnosed learning disability or seems to need some additional guidance, there are steps parents can take to help such youngsters reach their full academic potential. • Pay attention to your child’s progress. All children learn at a different pace. However, if your child seems to be falling well behind his or her peers, you may need to explore ways to help the child with his or her studies. Spend time doing homework with your child and figure out where his or her strengths and weaknesses lie. This may help you to determine if the child has a legitimate learning disability or if he or she is simply having difficulty with a particular subject. • Schedule an appointment with the teacher. Your child’s teacher likely spends six or more hours per day in the classroom with students and will be able to better recognize if your son or daughter is falling behind. He or she also may have a cursory understanding of some learning disability

There are steps parents can take to help youngsters reach their full academic potential. warning signs. The teacher also may refer specialized counselors who can screen students for certain conditions. If the teacher has not reached out to you but your child is lagging behind, take a proactive approach and request a meeting. • Analyze the home environment. Has there been a traumatic situation or big changes at home? A move, a death in the family, a divorce, and other incidents can affect how a child performs in the classroom. Your child may not have a learning disability, he or she may be experiencing emotional problems that are creating difficulties in and out of the classroom. Rather than help with schoolwork, he or she may need some emotional support or counseling. • Develop a tutoring plan. Some parents can tutor their kids on their own. Others prefer a third party to remove the emotional aspect from the tutoring. The school may be able to suggest tutors for afterschool hours. Your child also may be able to spend some time during school hours with specialized tutors. For example, some schools break children into guided reading groups depend-

ing on their aptitudes. Children who need more instruction sit with a reading tutor, who helps them at the students’ own pace. • Be supportive. Very often children who have a learning disability or are underperforming in the classroom experience selfesteem issues. This can impair their confidence in other subjects or even outside of the classroom. As a parent you can show support for your child, praising his or her success rather than pointing out any failings. • Set reasonable goals. Progress may be slow-going, but no one should get discouraged. Discuss your child’s progress with a tutor or teacher and make sure that the goals your child has are attainable so he or she can feel good about academics. Praise and small rewards may provide the inspiration kids need to stick with the program. Not every student catches on to lessons at the same rate as others. Parents may have to work together with educators to develop personalized tutoring for children who are lagging behind for any number of reasons.

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ASSETS SCHOOL Bright kid…underachieving at school?

Assets could be the place for you.

Learning differently isn’t a problem. Just ask these famous people: Whoopi Goldberg, Ted Turner and Charles Schwab. All dyslexic and all successful. At Assets School, we give gifted learners, who happen to learn differently the tools they need to succeed in school and in life. Many kids learn differently, so at Assets we teach differently. But don’t ask us, ask our students. Ask their parents. Ask our teachers, administrators and staff. They’ll tell you about learning that transforms lives.

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o you have a bright, capable child who is underachieving in school? Assets School makes a difference in the lives of children who learn differently. The school provides an individualized, integrated learning environment for students who are gifted, dyslexic or just learn differently. With a student-to-teacher ratio of 8-to-1, Assets has designed classroom instruction around the individual learner, with both acceleration and/or remediation available. Teachers concentrate on knowing each child’s learning needs and creating a curriculum that delivers content and improves skills. A multi-sensory teaching approach is used to ensure that lessons have a maximum impact on learning. More than 90% of Assets graduates attend college each year. Assets School provides students with the knowledge, skills and capabilities to live rich and meaningful lives. Summer School for the high school begins on June 9th and the lower school begins on June 12th. Summer camp is also available for students in grades K-8 beginning on June 12th. Applications can be downloaded at www.assets-school.net or requested by calling 423-1356.

Call 423-1356 or visit www.assets-school.net One Ohana Nui Way, Honolulu, HI 96818

CITY & COUNTY’S SUMMER FUN PROGRAM

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he City and County’s Summer Fun Program is held at over 60 sites across Oahu, and offers a variety of recreational activities such as crafts, sports and excursions. Summer Fun runs June 12 to July 25, 2014, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Some sites offer program before and after Summer Fun. Summer Fun is open to children age five (before January 1, 2014) or completed Kindergarten, and up to 13 years old, who have not entered the 7th grade. Teen program and volunteer opportunities are available for students 7th – 12th grade. Enrollment is limited. There is a registration fee of $25 (waived for eligible children receiving DHS assistance). There is also an activity fee, which varies by site. For more information, please visit our website at www.honoluluparks.com. All programs are subject to change without notice.

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DR. TAKAHASHI JUKU

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r. Takahashi Juku, Ltd (“Juku”) is a tutorial institute founded in 1977 by Dr. Toshiaki Takahashi (BA, MA from Tokyo University of Education, Ph.D. in Psychology from UH Manoa). Juku’s primary focuses are preparing students for entry into kindergarten, fourth grade, intermediate and high school at Punahou and Iolani while also preparing students for the SAT, ACT, and GRE exams. Dr. Takahashi’s basic philosophy resides within one-on-one tutoring. With this level of personalized instruction, it becomes possible for Juku students to accomplish one academic year’s worth of subject materials in 20 hours of tutoring. Because of its quality of education and outstanding success rate, Juku was recognized in 2013 as the “Best Tutor of Honolulu” by the U.S. Commerce Association for the fifth consecutive year. In 2013, Punahou accepted 70 Juku students and Iolani accepted 35, with an overall success rate of 63%. During the Summer session (June 1st – August 24th), tutoring may be scheduled during any hour between 8am and 6pm on Monday through Sunday. Students registered by March 15, 2013 will receive 15% off per 20 hours of tutoring purchased. Juku is located next to the Moiliili Ross, above Super Geeks on King Street. Please call us at 949-3366 or visit our website at www.juku-in-hawaii.com for more information.

Dr. Takahashi Juku Tutorial Institute 2304 S. King St. Second Floor - above Super Geeks (Next to Moiliili Ross) Tel: 949-3366 - FAX: 947-8866 - Email: info@juku-in-hawaii.com Website: www.juku-in-hawaii.com

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EPIC SUMMER JOURNEYS

LEARN TO SWIM! www.leahiswimschool.com Sensitive & Caring Instructors

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Honolulu • 988-7146 Pearl City • 456-4506

A Program of EPIC Foundation Give your child an academic boost with a fun, effective program and a low student-teacher ratio

Who: Students K-6 Where: EPIC Summer Learning Center at Waipio

When: June 9 to July 18, 2014 Time: 8:00AM - 2:00PM Language Arts, Math, and Enrichment

Enrollment is limited

To Enroll Please Call 955-6100

PIC Summer Journeys located at the EPIC Learning Center in Waipio offers an exhilarating mix of academics, enrichment and fitness for students K through 6th. Intensive instruction in reading, writing and mathematics skills are imbedded in novel and stimulating content. Enrichment classes round out our 6 week 8am to 2pm daily summer program. Dependent on grade level, our enrichment offerrings this summer include cooking, art, magic, foreign language, web design and fitness/ gymnastics. Limited to classes of not more than 8 students to a teacher, our small group format lends itself to hands on learning, development of positive social and group skills and encourages oral participation. At the EPIC Foundation, we believe education should be an exciting life long journey. We welcome your children to join us for EPIC summer Journeys 2014! Call 955-6100 for more information and to enroll.

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Hanahau`oli School Where children experience “hands on learning”!

2014 SUMMER PROGRAM

Monday, June 9 – Friday, July 18, 2014

Offering classes in art, language arts, math, science, and more with a focus on integrated thematic learning by direct experience.

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HANAHAU‘OLI SUMMER SCHOOL

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earning by doing…Hanahau‘oli Summer School offers the opportunity to experience courses that reflect the integrated and thematic teaching central to the school’s yearlong curriculum. These classes bring together skill development in language, math, science, social studies and the arts based on a theme that will be interesting and motivating to children. Many other courses in arts and special interest areas – which include technology, phonics, and woodworking – will also be offered in a six-week session. In addition to the morning program that runs from 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., afternoon classes from 12:30 p.m. – 2 p.m., a BEFORE SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM, a MID-DAY CARE PROGRAM and an AFTER SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM are offered. Visit www.hanahauoli.org or call 949-6461.

Enrollment is open to the public for children entering Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 5.

For more information visit us at www.hanahauoli.org Hanahau`oli School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, disability, creed or national origin.

1922 Makiki St., Honolulu, Hawaii 96822

HAWAII BAPTIST ACADEMY

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njoy academic excellence in a safe and nurturing Christian environment. Hawaii Baptist Academy welcomes students from the community into its summer programs to explore, grow, and soar like eagles! Elementary classes are offered from June 12 – July 3, and include core academic subjects (reading, writing, math) to reinforce and upgrade skills. A variety of enrichment classes provide students with opportunities to expand their knowledge and skills. Activities such as creating animation using iPads, inventing innovative gadgets, playing the ukulele, and programming robots using Lego NXT sets are some of the hands-on, minds-on experiences that will enhance any child’s summer. The Summer Adventures program (summer fun for K–6) provides quality childcare and exciting activities. Students will enjoy weekly field trips, special presentations by community organizations and TV/local personalities, animal exhibits, and more. We also host an End-ofSummer Blast featuring bounce houses, shaved ice, and balloon animals. Three sessions are available from June 3 – July 11. Middle and high school non-credit courses include robotics, guitar, SAT/ACT Prep, video production, driver education, life skills for teens, and reading/writing enrichment, to broaden teens’ experiences. These courses are available from June 16 – July 3. Visit www.hba.net to view Summer School catalog beginning March 31. Registration is open from April 14 – May 2.

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Join Us this Summer for an Awesome Adventure! Elementary (entering Gr. K-6) Summer School: June 12 - July 3 Summer Adventures: June 3 - July 11 (three sessions available) Middle/High School (entering Gr. 7-12) Summer School: June 16 - July 3

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HONGWANJI MISSION SCHOOL

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ur Mission mirrors yours. The Hongwanji Mission School is on a Mission to nurture young minds, spur energetic innovation, and cultivate caring hearts. Our private, coeducational school for the students in preschool (age 3) through grade 8 is accredited by WASC and HAIS. Located in Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to downtown Honolulu, our main campus facilities include a library, an art room, a computer lab, music room, band program, gym and swimming pool. Our Six-Week Summer program starts on June 2nd and ends on July 11th. Our Summer Program is open to students completing kindergarten through grade 7 from public and other private schools. We have a balanced program of academic subjects in the morning and enriching afternoon programs. We are the home for the Full Day Ohana Arts Summer School Program, with culminating production of “Hairspray�. This year, we will be offering for students completing Grade 3-5 a new morning robotics program called VEX IQ which will offer another level of challenge to those who enjoy the LEGO robotics program. The morning subjects include Art, LEGO Robotics, Reading & Writing, Mathematics through Pre-Algebra, Applied Sciences, Sports, and Japanese language. Students remaining in the afternoon will enjoy mini classes in Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, and Samoan Cultural Activities, Swimming, Sewing, Basketball, Volleyball, Martial Arts, Art, Crafts and more. Courses are open to all public and private school students. We are also accepting applications for 2014-15 School Year. The schools provide a safe learning environment that stresses academic excellence with a strong emphasis on the development of moral values based on Buddhist philosophies. Class sizes are reasonable, allowing each teacher the opportunity to get to know each child and provide as much personal guidance and instruction as possible. For further details or for campus tour, please go to our website at www.HongwanjiMissionSchool.org or call 532-0522.

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1019 UNIVERSITY AVE., SUITE 103, 1ST FLOOR (In Puck’s Alley behind Curry House)

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ntelleyou Learning Center is offering students grades K-12 a fun and educational learning experience this summer. Students may choose study programs in math, reading, and writing. Intelleyou also provides preparation for school entrance exams such as the SSAT, SAT and ACT. Flexible class schedules allow students to choose their own study days and times. Summer session begins on June 1st; we are open 7 days per week, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Students may start classes on any day from June 1st until August 31st. Classes are small and individualized, with no more than 5 students per class, so each student’s speciďŹ c needs are met. An initial evaluation and ďŹ nal test will determine each student’s progress made during the summer session. Intelleyou has 20 years of experience in successfully allowing students to reach their potential and academic goals. As a result, this builds self-conďŹ dence which will carry over into the regular school classroom in the fall. Enroll by April 5th to receive your $25 discount. For more information, please call Darin Miyamoto at 946-5500. Find us online at www.intelleyou.com.

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2014 Summer SCHOOL GUIDE Island PaciďŹ c Academy

Summer School and Summer Fun

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Students of all ages can enroll in an enriched summer program in Kapolei.

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ffering the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme to all grades JK-12, Island PaciďŹ c Academy (IPA) is West Oahu’s largest accredited, independent college preparatory school offering an academically challenging program in a safe and supportive learning community where values matter. The rigorous and comprehensive curriculum promotes important life skills such as critical thinking and problem solving, and prepares all graduates to enter college with conďŹ dence. IPA’s students beneďŹ t from small class size and wide opportunities in ILH athletics, music, art, community service and many extra-curricular activities. For more information and a summer class list, please call 674-3563 or visit, www.IPAHawaii.org.

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ecause of Camp, Kama‘aina Kids will have the opportunity to build friendships, learn new skills, and create experiences that will last a lifetime! Day Camp program includes: swimming, sailing, kayaking, overnighter at Camp Timberline, weekly excursions, Super Science, singing, dancing and more! Kama‘aina Kids day camps are a safe and exciting adventure for children in grades K-8. We offer Specialty Camps as well to allow your child to broaden their experiences at Bishop Museum, Sea Life Park and Wet & Wild Hawai‘i! Register online at www.kamaainakids.com by April 25, 2014 and get our Early Bird rate for select Oahu day camp programs! Kama‘aina Kids Summer Programs include: • Day Camp programs throughout Oahu • Specialty Camps hosted at Bishop Museum, Sea Life Park and Wet & Wild Hawai‘i • Surf Camp hosted by Camp Timberline • After Summer School • Summer Plus • After Summer Fun Program runs for 9 weeks from May 30 – July 31 2014. Register your keiki today to see why Kama‘aina Kids is voted #1 in childcare!


Summertime Fun! PLAY Thinker Toys & Thinker Things

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Play time turns into fun, educational time at these unique toy stores. Forget stores where your’re asked to “look, but not touch.” Customers can get hands on at Thinker Toys and Thinker Things. Owner Bradley Ishii’s 18 years in the toy industry gives him the inside track on discovering the best toys and cool finds for adults. “We provide many toys, games and books that enhance the learning process with a little fun added,” Ishii says. Our toys encourage children to express their creativity and imagination.”

Chuck E. Cheese’s, where “A Kid Can Be a Kid,” offers an ultimate family fun experience in a clean, well-maintained facility. “Value meals” on our everyday menu start as low as $19.99 for pizza, drinks and tokens. We also offer birthday parties where the birthday child becomes the center of attention; rocking out with Chuck E. himself, 30 seconds in our ticket blaster, pizza, tokens and more. Packages start as low as $10.95 per person, with a minimum of 10 people, and a maximum of 160. Call for reservations. Come in and make memories that will last forever!

Sochi’s Winter Olympics now in full swing has many inspired wanting to be the next Olympian. How does one get started on their journey toward Olympic gold? The Ice Palace is here to help you become just that. We are Hawaii’s only full service ice skating arena to assist you with any of your ice skating goals. The Ice Palace offers ice skating programs tailored for skaters of all levels, from tots through adults. Our qualified coaching staff teaches to give the recreational and competitive skater the correct foundations on which to build a lifetime of ice skating enjoyment. Learn to skate classes start at $105 per session which includes a 30 minute classes once a week for 7 weeks. More information about our program go to our website www.icepalacehawaii.com or call us 808-487-9921. Be Hawaii’s next skating star, let Ice Palace Ice Palace help you toward your 4510 Salt Lake Blvd., B6 (808) 487-9921 skating dream! icepalace.com

Chuck E. Cheese 1199 Dillingham Blvd. Honolulu, HI (808) 851-7400 Thinker Toys & Thinker Things Kahala Mall 4211 Waialae Ave. (808) 735-5442

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Summer School

Academics Saint Francis School

Academics Punahou School

Academics Lutheran High School of Hawaii

Saint Francis School, where every child is unique, focuses on quality educational programs to develop the whole person, mind, body and spirit. St. Francis School is offering a Summer School program for Grades 1-12. The first term will run from June 9 - June 27, 2014 and the second term will run from June 30 - July 18, 2014. There is an offering of High School classes for a variety of areas and interest including SAT Math Prep, SAT Reading/Writing Prep, & Geometry to name a few. Middle School and Elementary students are challenged while having fun with Introduction to World Languages, Introduction to Computer Programming and afternoon summer fun. Visit our website www.stfrancis-oahu.org for more information and a full catalog of course offerings.

Every school day, Punahou School’s 76-acre campus comes alive with the energy and curiosity of students fully engaged in learning. Your child can be among them, as Punahou Summer School welcomes applicants from the Hawai‘i community and beyond to choose from its robust program of courses. From science to sports, students can experience a variety of enrichment and review courses designed to deepen their love of learning. Courses in academics, sports, music and dance are available, along with SAT Prep and Driver Education. Please visit www.punahou.edu/summerschool for the course catalog and to register by April 11. For more information, call 808.944.5737.

Lutheran High provides education for grades 6-12 as part of the nationwide Lutheran School System (LCMS). The school offers a college preparatory program in a Christian setting with small class sizes. Activities include drama, hula, varied athletic opportunities in both school teams and Pac 5, Student Congress, clubs, and a campus ministry team. The LHSH summer program for grades 6-12 offers classes in Fine Arts, Mathematics, Sports, Study Skills, and SAT Prep from June 2nd July 11th, 2014. Visit lhshawaii.org for course descriptions and an application form. LHSH is accredited by the Western Association of Schools & Colleges, the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools, and the Association of Lutheran Secondary Schools. Call us at 949-5302 or visit the website (www. lhshawaii.org) for more information. Lutheran High School

Punahou School 1601 Punahou St. (808) 944-5711 www.punahou.edu

Saint Francis School 2707 Pamoa Rd. (808) 988-5497 www.stfrancis-oahu.org

of Hawaii 1404 University Ave., (808) 949-5302 www.lhshawaii.org

LUTHERAN HIGH SCHOOL “Educating for Life + Promoting the Faith”

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Offering a Summer Program for Grades 1-12 Term 1: June 9-27, 2014 Term 2: June 30-July 18, 2014 For course and registration information please visit: www.stfrancis-oahu.org or contact us at

988-4111 ext. 711 2707 Pamoa Rd. Hon. Hi 96822

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e are now accepting applications for grades 6 -12 for the 2014-2015 school year.

Financial Aid & Military Discounts available!

Choose Your Experience!

Early Session June 2 – 13

Summer School June 16 – July 18*

Extended Session July 21 – August 8 Go to www.punahou.edu/summerschool for course catalog and to register by April 11. For more information, call 808.944.5737.

The LHSH Summer Program for grades 6-12 offers classes in Fine Arts, Mathematics, Sports, Study Skills, and SAT Prep from June 2nd - July 11th, 2014.

1404 University Ave. (808) 949-5302 LHSHAWAII.ORG


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LA PIETRA SUMMER PROGRAMS 2014

Register by May 1st for the early bird rate!

Summer Programs 2014 Girls will be challenged to think outside the box, take risks, and discover their voices. Summers program irls g open for ng enteri 2 -1 5 s grade



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Register today at www.LaP ietra.edu . Call 922-2 744 or email info@lap ietra.edu for more informati on.

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oin La Pietra’s 2014 Summer Programs. La Pietra offers girls entering grades 5-12 the opportunity to develop in three major areas: • Learning and Innovation • Information, Media and Technology Skills • Life and Career Skills It’s becoming increasingly important to equip girls to blaze their own trail in a rapidly changing world. At La Pietra, girls get to take risks and discover their voices so they learn to lead in their own way. La Pietra offers courses where girls develop their skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. • Leadership - Power of Voice • Introduction to Robotics • Techie Basics & Blogging • Empowered Presentations • Game Design & iPad Game Development • Jewelry Making • Illustration - Designing Characters • Intro to Darkroom • Graphic Design - Logos & Branding • Stand-Up Paddling • Web Development • Contemporary Yoga • Story Based Animation • Curtain Up! Performing Arts Intensive Seats are limited. Register today at www.LaPietra.edu, call (808) 922-2744, or email info@lapietra.edu.

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e Jardin is a nurturing and vigorous learning community accredited as an International Baccalaureate World School from preschool through high school. The IB Programme is recognized worldwide as one of the best student preparations for college and the 21st century. Its core academic and extra-curricular programs strive to create curious, active learners who excel scholastically and develop a healthy and moral character. Le Jardin offers both academic and recreational programs throughout the summer. Summer School engages students in learning new concepts that stretch their academic, creative, technological and physical limits. Over 80 classes present a variety of learning opportunities, from remedial language arts and math courses to challenging academic and enrichment courses. Courses are offered in literacy, science, math, and technology, sports, art, performing arts, band, cooking, sewing, and more. Summer school is open to students entering Kindergarten through Grade 12, and online registration begins on March 19th. Summer Fun is a recreational program offered in a safe environment. Children play, discover, and establish new friendships. Students enjoy many activities including cooking, arts and crafts, gardening, and swimming. Children also participate in excursions including the Ice Palace, Bishop Museum, Honolulu Zoo, Bowling, and Kualoa Ranch. Summer Fun is open to students entering Junior Kindergarten through Grade 8. There are a variety of options starting at 6:45 a.m. and ending at either 2:30 p.m. or 5:45 p.m. For dates, additional information and registration for both programs go to www.lejardinacademy.org or call 261-0707.

A SUMMER OF FUN AND LEARNING IN KAILUA. Can one summer set the stage for a child’s future? It can at Le Jardin Academy, Windward Oahu’s premier independent co-ed school for over 50 years. Our Summer School exposes your child to the Le Jardin advantage thanks to small classes, a nurturing environment and an inspiring curriculum. SUMMER SCHOOL

Grade K - 8, June 18 - July 22 Grade 9 - 12, June 18 - July 29

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2014 Scholarships and Financial Aid Available

LE JARDIN ACADEMY 917 Kalanianaole Hwy. I Kailua, HI 96734 L eJardinAcademy.org I Phone 808.261.0707 Fax 808.262.9339


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LEAHI

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ummer may be in full swing, but it’s never too late to dive into something new! Celebrating 41 years this summer of teaching Hawai‘i’s keiki and adults to swim, Leahi Swim School continues to provide lifesaving water skills in a fun family atmosphere. With locations in Pearl City and Honolulu, Leahi Swim School offers convenient and affordable lessons in state-of-the-art heated pools. At Leahi Swim School, students experience a high level of personal attention with small focused classes. For more information, visit www.leahiswimschool.com. To register for classes - call our Honolulu office at 9887146 or Pearl City at 456-4506.

LEARN TO SWIM! Small Classes • Heated Pools www.leahiswimschool.com

LEAHI SWIM SCHOOL Honolulu • 988-7146 Pearl City • 456-4506

LINFIELD COLLEGE

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utstanding collaborative learning opportunities, nationally ranked NCAA Division III athletics and extensive international study programs…just a few reasons Linfield College in Oregon has been recognized as a “hidden jewel” among the nation’s colleges and why over 90% of our graduates are employed or in graduate school within one year. Around here, you will get to know your professors, and they will get to know you. You will be challenged to find your true passion. That’s the power of a small college. That’s the power of Linfield. Learn more by requesting a viewbook at linfield.edu/explore or calling 1.800.640.2287.

SMALL COLLEGE

BIG POTENTIAL 16 82 50 25

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE

PERCENT COMPLETE IN FOUR YEARS

PERCENT STUDY ABROAD

PERCENT PLAY VARSITY SPORTS

Visit LINFIELD.EDU/EXPLORE or call 1.800.640.2287 to request a viewbook and learn more about one of the top liberal arts schools in the Pacific Northwest (as ranked by The Princeton Review and US News & World Report).

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MANOA JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL

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anoa Japanese Language School located in beautiful Manoa at 2804 E. Manoa Road. Parking is on the backside of our school at the dead-end of Anuenue Street. We have been teaching the Japanese Language, Art and Culture for over 100 years. Also, you will learn reading and writing and of course songs. Summer Fun will be Over 100 Years of Education held June 9, 2014 to July 3, 2014. Though this is a short period you will enjoy and (grades K-12) learn. Come and join us and make part of June 9th thru July 3rd your summer a worth while experience. (Weekday Classes: 1pm-3pm) May drop off students After your class is over, after-school care anytime after 12:00pm is provided till 5:30pm. After School Care For further information call 988-2602 from 3pm - 5:30pm or 343-0225.

MANOA JAPANESE LANGUAGE SCHOOL SUMMER FUN

KUMON available on campus

For information call 988-2602 2804 East Manoa Road

MONTESSORI COMMUNITY SCHOOL

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ontessori Community School offers fun-filled, full-day, full summer programs with our unique flexible schedules for children ages 3 to 11 years. The elementary program (incoming grades 1-5) runs from June 9 through August 14, and the preschool/kindergarten program runs from May 19 through August 14. Elementary students will explore their island home, studying native Hawaiian land animals and plants with hands-on classroom activities supplemented by weekly excursions and daily fitness. Preschool children will also discover the native plants and animals of the ‘aina (land) through hands-on classroom activities and frequent excursions. Optional after-school enrichment programs include swimming, gymnastics, ballet, and language. For more information, call (808) 522-0244 or visit montessorihawaii.org. Applications for the fall are also being accepted.

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ROY SAKUMA UKULELE STUDIOS

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oy Sakuma Ukulele Studios is recognized as Hawaii’s foremost ukulele school and authority on ukulele instruction. Since 1974, Roy and his wife Kathy have expanded the studios to four locations – Kaimuki, Aiea, Mililani, Kaneohe. Roy Sakuma’s unique system of instruction has brought the joy of music to thousands of students. The method is fast and most of all fun and about as close as you can get to becoming an instant ukulele player. Private and group lessons are available to children as young as five and adults of all ages. Roy Sakuma is the founder of the Ukulele Festival held annually since 1971 at Kapiolani Park in Waikiki. This free event brings together professional and amateur ukulele performers from around the world and an 800-piece ukulele band, mostly children. Website: www.roysakuma.net Email: lessons@roysakuma.net Phone: (808)732-3739

SACRED HEARTS ACADEMY

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acred Hearts Academy offers exciting Summer School courses for boys and girls in grades Pre-School (age three) to 12 from June 9 to July 11. Self-contained classes are offered for students entering grades Pre-School to three. Students in grades four to eight take one period of math and reading and two electives, such as VEX robotics, musical theater and more. Students in grades nine to 12 may choose from various electives and credit-recovery courses. An extended-day program until 5 p.m. is also offered for those in Pre-school to grade eight. For more information, visit www.sacredhearts.org or call 734-5058.

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SCIENCE CAMPS OF AMERICA

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cience Camps of America once again holds two separate camp sessions on the Big Island for teens entering Gr. 8-12 in Fall of 2014. The camp home base will be at the Pahala Plantation Cottages in Kaâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;u. Campers will get the chance to explore the Big Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s great outdoors from beaches to rainforests to snow-covered mountains and beyond. Students will visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Mauna Lani Sea Turtle Restoration Project, Mauna Kea Visitor Center, Mauna Loa Climate Observatory, Punaluâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;u Black Sand Beach and more. What are YOU doing The ďŹ rst camp session, Land and Sea, will be held June 29 to July 8 and focus on volcanology, geology and oceanography. The second session, Air and Space, will be held July 8 to 17 and focus this summer? on astronomy, climatology and alternative energy. Mililani High School sophomore Kalena Chiu attended last summerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Land and Sea camp and said she Teens entering grades 8-12 can explore the Big Islandâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s enjoyed the hands-on approach to learning about science.        â&#x20AC;&#x153;We got to work with the baby sea turtles,â&#x20AC;? she said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We      got to clean, weigh and examine them, which was amazing.â&#x20AC;? Richards sold his local software company in 2010 and tapped his former geology teacher, Dr. Floyd McCoy, to be the nonproďŹ tâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Director of Education and help create the campâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s curriculum. McCoy, a Big Island native, is a professor of geology and oceanography at Windward Community College. To extend this experience to more local teens, Science Camps of America, a Hawaii-based 501(c)3 nonproďŹ t corporation, offers a limited amount of ďŹ nancial aid and also welcomes Register NOW!" contributions from the public to the Science Camp Scholarwww.ScienceCampsAmerica.com ship Fund. To help out or to learn more about and register for    # Science Camps of America, visit ScienceCampsAmerica.com.

SAINT LOUIS SCHOOL

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Where boys who want to change the world, become the men who doâ&#x20AC;Śâ&#x20AC;?

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ince 1846, Saint Louis School has consistently transformed young adolescents into articulate, thoughtful and compassionate leaders. Our graduates are entrepreneurs who are woven into our local, national, and global community. As the only all-male Catholic Marianist institution in Hawaii with a six year accreditation term from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools (HAIS), Saint Louis School provides a well-rounded academic curriculum supported by a strong athletic program proven to instill core values and ethical standards in boys. Our proactive approach to educate boys focuses on intellectual creativity, self-discipline and independence while teaching the value of brotherhood and what it means to be a Saint Louis Man. So why not discover what Saint Louis has to offer your young man â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and be a CRUSADER for a day. Our Saint Louis student ambassadors will escort your son to classes, experience campus life, and ďŹ nish the day with lunch on us! Visits are now available from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm, Monday â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Friday. For more information on enrollment, ďŹ nancial aid or to schedule a campus exploration, call us at 739-4832.

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Offering ďŹ nancial aid, military and sibling discounts and academic scholarships. For more information on enrollment or our summer school program, call us at 739-4832.

AN ALL-BOY PRIVATE CATHOLIC SCHOOL GRADES 6 TO 12 3142 Waialae Ave., Hon., HI 96816 | (808)739-4832 | www.saintlouishawaii.org


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ST. ANDREW’S PRIORY SCHOOL

ST. ANDREW’S SCHOOLS CO-ED SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM 2014

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148 Makawao Street Kailua, Hawaii 96734 808-261-3331 www.saskailua.org

Grades K-8: June 16-July 18 • Morning and afternoon classes • Academic and enrichment

Grades 9-12: June 16-July 25 • College prep credit courses

Summer Adventure Program for Grades K-8: July 21-August 14 • Exciting excursions • Fun-filled days • Projects and activities • Middle School Leadership Challenge

ADVENTURE

Catalog and Registration online at www.standrewsschools.org Call 536-6102 for more information

St. Anthony

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he St. Andrew’s Schools’ co-ed summer programs offer students a summer of learning and fun. Conveniently located downtown and scheduled for busy families, the summer programs allow flexibility in choices of academic, enrichment, sports, music, and arts. Summer school for students in kindergarten-grade 8 begins June 16 and ends July 18, 2014, with morning and afternoon classes from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. High school credit classes begin June 16 and end July 25, 2014. What’s new this summer? It’s a Boys’ World, Garden at the Prep!; It’s a Girls’ World, Garden at the Priory!; Elemental Minds Summer STEM Program; Design It, Build It, Move It; Super Awesome Tech Fun; Adventures in Lego Robotics, and many other exciting classes. Register early as classes fill quickly. Summer Adventure (July 21-August 14, 2014) is a 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. all-day program filled with fun activities and excursions for boys and girls in Kindergarten-grade 8. The adventure schedule includes a leadership challenge, arts, crafts, games, cooking, water play, and off-campus field trips. Lunch and snacks are included in the Adventure tuition. Visit www.standrewsschools.org or call 532-2464.

224 Queen Emma Square • Downtown Honolulu

ST. ANTHONY SCHOOL

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t. Anthony School in Kailua provides children with a solid educational foundation that focuses on the development of the whole child. As part of a college preparatory curriculum, all students from Preschool through Eighth grade take courses in Music, Art, Technology, PE, and Spanish language. A school-wide technology program teaches 21st Century learning skills in a wireless campus. The campus is equipped with 21st Century learning tools such as Promethean boards and iPads, including the 1 to 1 iPad program for middle school students. Students have opportunities to develop their faith life through experiences in Catholic liturgies, religion class, and service projects. As part of the Safe and Caring School curriculum, students are provided with character education that enhances mutual respect and being of service to each other and the community. Our Extended Day Program offers morning and afternoon care with additional activities including organized athletics, Band, Scouts, Hula, Drama and more. We also offer an enriching five week Summer School program. As a member of the HCF/HAIS “Schools of the Future Initiative”, our goal is to prepare our students for success not only on their educational journey but as life-long global learners. Applications accepted year-round. Call 261-3331 or visit www.saskailua.org for more information.

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA

CRDG SUMMER PROGRAMS

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he Curriculum Research & Development Group (CRDG) Summer Programs in the College of Education at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa continues its commitment of over forty years to summer enrichment learning and exploration. Students entering grades 3–12 discover what it takes to be scientists conducting research in the laboratory and field; engineers designing and building solutions to real world problems; and conservationists working to protect the natural resources of the ‘aina. In addition to the science courses, students can participate in fun, activity-based courses that cover subjects such as graphics and design, robotics, drama, Mandarin language, outdoor adventures, health and nutrition, driver’s education, technology, jewelry making, media production, and college guidance. There are a variety of program options: morning, afternoon, full-day, and after-school. For more information, please contact us at 808-956-8176 or visit our website at www.hawaii.edu/crdg/sp.

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UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA

SUMMER SESSIONS

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ake advantage of everything UHM Summer Sessions has to offer. Earn credits in 6 weeks or less from over 600 courses in 90 subjects. Many high-demand classes are offered on campus and online. Resident tuition rates for all undergraduates; over $700,000 in needbased and merit scholarships available. Opportunities for high school students include hands-on discovery with Science in Action and earning college credits through the Summer Scholar Program. The Early Start Program for incoming freshmen eases the transition to college. Plus performances, free films, noncredit courses for professionals and more.

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Summer in Hawaiÿi 2014 Session 1: May 27 - July 3 | Session 2: July 7 - Aug 14 y Earn credits in 6 weeks – or less y Stay on track towards your degree y Choose from over 600 courses in 90 subjects y Online courses available y Non-residents receive the resident tuition rate for all summer courses y Registration opens to all students March 11 y High school programs available IN $700,000LARSHIPS O H C S R E SUMM AILABLE! AV

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VARIETY SCHOOL OF HAWAII

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ariety School of Hawaiiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Summer Enrichment Program is a six-week program beginning June 9 through July 18. Our morning program (7:45a.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12:15p.m.) focuses on reading, writing and math through fun weekly themes. The afternoon program (12:15p.m. â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 5:30p.m.) is a fun activity based program. Students will enjoy art, games, social skills instruction and other fun activities. A full day program option is also available. Variety School of Hawaii educates children between the ages of 5-18 with learning disabilities, attention deďŹ cit disorders, and high functioning autism. For more information please call 732-2835.

MISSION STATEMENT: To educate children with learning disabilities, to assist in achieving their maximum potential through a multi-disciplinary approach.

Variety School of Hawaii Summer Session begins beginsJune June10th 9th for children ages 5 through 18

Applications For Summer and Fall Now Being Accepted Variety School of Hawaii 710 Palekaua Street Honolulu, Hawaii 96816 For Application and Information

Call 732-2835 www.varietyschool.org

YMCA OF HONOLULU SUMMER PROGRAMS AND CAMP

LEAHI Swim School www.leahiswimschool.com Honolulu Pearl City

988-7146 456-4506

Ultimate Summer at the Y!

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ummertime at the YMCA of Honolulu is a great place for kids to learn new skills, make new friends, and have loads of fun! Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s where kids grow as much on the inside as theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re growing on the outside. Build the ultimate summer for your child or teen ages 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 17 years old. Choose from after-summer school programs and day camps offered at Central, Kaimuki-Waialae, Kalihi, Leeward, Mililani, Nuâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;uanu and Windward YMCA branches. Themed weeks feature project activities with lots of time for outdoor explorations, craft making, cooking, sports, swimming and ďŹ eld trips. Be sure to add in a week at Camp Erdman. Nestled between the majestic Koâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;olau mountains and the pristine white beaches of Mokuleia, Camp Erdman offers children ages 7 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 17, an opportunity to build conďŹ dence and lifetime memories of adventure, fun and new friendships. The â&#x20AC;&#x153;Y Ultimate Summer Packageâ&#x20AC;? offers both Day Camp and a week at Camp Erdman for one special price. Or mix and match any of the Yâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s summer programs to ďŹ t your childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s interests and schedule. As an extra bonus â&#x20AC;&#x201C; get a free family Y membership week with your summer program registration! Register now to take advantage of early bird rates and payment plans. For a free catalog call 808-531-9622 or visit www.ymcahonolulu.org.

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You’re invited to

College Day

Windward CC Graduate, Class of 2013

at the Hawai’i State Capitol

ahead

Explore all your options by learning about the variety of educational and career paths that lead to good jobs.

Get

Save

inspired on tuition Discover the educational hands-on activities that will inspire and support your college and career goals.

Meet college counselors and financial aid advisors. Ask questions, get answers right on the spot!

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 9:00 to 11:30 a.m. Hawai’i State Capitol Free and open to the public. (Metered parking available in municipal parking structures in and around the State Capitol. Walking distance from bus stops and many downtown locations.)

Visit us online at uhcc.hawaii.edu for more information. Informational tables and hands-on exhibits from the following campuses:

Hawai‘i Community College Honolulu Community College Kapi’olani Community College Kaua’i Community College

Leeward Community College University of Hawai’i Maui College Windward Community College Various Partner Institutions

> > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >

Plan

UHCC College Day at the Hawai’i State Capitol is a showcase of the University of Hawai’i Community Colleges’ excellence and diversity. 9:00 a.m. 9:20 a.m. 9:30 a.m.

Welcome Remarks Fashion Show by Honolulu CC More than 60 informational tables and hands-on exhibits presented by all seven community colleges.

UHCC College Day is part of Education Week, which is sponsored by the Office of Senator Jill Tokuda and the Hawai’i State Legislature.


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KID POTENTIAL HAWAII

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id Potential Hawaii is one of 550 providers of two nationally researched programs called PACE (Processing and Cognitive Enhancement) and Master the Code. The goal of the programs is to build brain-based learning skills until the child (or adult) reaches or exceeds age appropriate levels. Children can increase reading levels up to four years in only 60 to 72 hours of individual instruction, says Kid Potential Hawaii owner and cognitive trainer Stacy Smith. “These are programs with proven results.” Students are able to learn easier and faster, and gain confidence, she says. Students typically gain between 10 and 30 IQ points over the course of the 12week program. Kid Potential Hawaii serves students from age 6 to adult. Among the benefits of the program are higher IQ, increased reading and spelling levels, less time spent on homework, higher self esteem and higher SAT and other test scores. The comprehensive screening is free! Don’t pass up the opportunity to help your child improve his or her ability to learn. Call Stacy at 744-2867 or online at www.kidpotential.net.

Experience!

OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM DEADLINE TO APPLY 03/19/14

To enter for your chance to win complete the entry form below and mail in a #10 stamped envelope to: “Musical Theatre Experience!” Sweepstakes, 1050 Bishop St., #196, Honolulu, HI 96813.

Name of Parent or Guardian (Please Print) Address (No P.O. Boxes)

Apt. #

Name (Child)

D.O.B. (Child)

Evening Phone

State Daytime #

• Does your child require tutoring year after year?

Kid Potential Hawaii

• Has your child repeated a grade? • Is your child prepared for the next grade level?

We can help!

For FREE TESTING call Stacy Collins at 744-2867 *Ages 6 to Adult

High IQ but low grades, Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Learning Disabilities www.kidpotential.net • email: kidpotential@hotmail.com

KRAFT FOODS MUSICAL THEATRE EXPERIENCE

invites you to ENTER your keiki (ages 7 - 16) for a chance to be in Diamond Head Theatre’s popular Musical Theatre

City

Increase reading levels up to 4 years in 60 hours!

Zip E-mail Address

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to residents of Hawaii, 18 and older. Subject to additional restrictions contained in Official Rules, available by sending a #10 SASE to Kraft Foods Group in Hawaii “Summer Musical Theater Experience” Sweepstakes Rules, 1050 Bishop St., #196, Honolulu, HI 96813. To enter, mail an Official Entry Form (or, a piece of 3” x 5” paper including your name, complete address (no P.O. Boxes), daytime phone number and date of birth) to: Kraft Foods Group in Hawaii “Summer Musical Theatre Experience” Sweepstakes, 1050 Bishop St., #196, Honolulu, HI 96813. Entries must be postmarked by 3/19/14, and received by 3/22/14. No mechanically reproduced entries accepted. One entry per stamped envelope. Prizes: One Grand Prize: Opportunity for a child (7 – 16 years of age) to receive a spot in the Summer Musical Theatre Experience at Diamond Head Theatre. The program runs from June 9 – July 25, 2014, with a final performance on July 26, 2014. Approximate Retail Value (ARV): $950 (7 – 12 years) and $650 (12 – 16 years.) Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. Void where prohibited. Copyright 2014 Kraft Foods.

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ction! How would you like for your child to win a spot in Diamond Head Theatre’s Summer Musical Theatre Experience from June 9 to July 25, 2014, with a special final performance on July 26? Thanks to Kraft Foods Group in Hawaii, here’s your chance! From March 5 until March 19, you can enter to win your child, ages seven to sixteen, a spot in this popular summer program, featuring improvisations, games, song and dance. Look for the entry form in this summer insert to win the chance for your keiki to experience a summer in the spotlight. Break a leg!

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