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2017 Summer Programs Overview

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings

Experience Summer! (Grades K-12) June 6, 2017– June 23, 2017 (Session 1) June 26, 2017 – July 14, 2017 (Session 2) Morning Program: Grades K-8 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Afternoon Summer Sizzler Program: Grade K-8 1:00 PM - 5:30PM June 6, 2017 - July 14, 2017 High School Courses (grades 9-12)

8:00 AM- 12:15 PM

(School is closed on Monday, June 12 and Tuesday, July 4)

Summer Adventure (Grades K-8) July 17, 2017 - August 10, 2017: Week 1: July 17 - July 21 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Week 2: July 24 – July 28 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Week 3: July 31 - August 5 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Week 4: August 7 - August 10 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM Extended care is available for an additional fee until 5:30 pm. The last day of the program is Thursday, August 10.

Contact Information Office Phone: 532-2464 summer@standrewsschools.org http://standrewsschools.org/summer Program Directors Mrs. Aiko Gojo, Experience Summer! Director Mrs. Dayna Hironaka, Summer Sizzler Director Mrs. Vicki Lepick, Summer Adventure Director

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2017 Summer Programs Overview Registration for St. Andrew’s students and their siblings begins February 10, 2017. Registration for the general public begins March 3, 2017. Register online at http://standrewsschools.org/register. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Phone registrations will not be accepted. Program

Registration Deadline

Refund Policy $25 fee applies to all refunds

Experience Summer!

Last day for Early Bird pricing: April 21

50% refund until May 27 No refunds after May 27

Summer Adventure

Last day for Early Bird pricing: June 30

50% refund until June 29 No refunds after June 29

Discount Codes - Only 1 code may be applied per transaction 1. Experience Summer! Early bird discount code is ES17. This is a 5% discount off the total price. 2. Summer Adventure a. Enrolled St. Andrew’s students and their siblings receive an ‘ohana discount. Our families are offered a large discount for registering for multiple weeks of Summer Adventure. The discount code is sasohana17. b. Early bird discount code (for non-SAS families) is SA17. This is a 10% off of Summer Adventure; this does NOT apply to extended care. Course Change & Cancellations: Each change requested after the registration has been received will be assessed a $25.00 fee. Once a session has begun, no refunds will be granted. Enrolled students may add a course once the summer has begun without penalty or additional fees.

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings

Registration Instructions

Please review the Summer Programs Worksheet for your child PRIOR to registering for classes. The worksheet is arranged by session and times of the classes, for your convenience. Worksheets are available at https://standrewsschools.org/summer. Highlight or circle the courses you would like to register your child in, and then go to the Summer Programs Registration website to get started. 1. Go to the Summer Programs Registration web site: http://standrewsschools.org/register 2. On the top right, click on the link Login. 3. If you already have an account in this registration system, please enter you login and password. If you have forgotten your password, click on "Don't Know Your Password?" Once you have logged in, proc eed to step 5. 4. To create a new account click on the bottom right of the screen on the button “Create New Account”. Then follow the steps. Take note of the red asterisk* marking a required field. a. Step One: Create Your Account: Enter in your information. You can add in your child(ren) from this screen. You may also choose to add more later. b. Step Two: Additional Information: Enter in additional information about your child (Gender, birth date, medical information, present school attending, etc.) c. Step Three: Add Additional Contacts i. Emergency Contacts: In the event we are unable to get in contact with you, please list at least one person who lives ON ISLAND that we can contact. ii. K-8 Authorized Pickup: Please list at least two local contacts (beyond yourself) who are allowed to pick up your child(ren). d. Your account has been set up! If you need to get back to this screen, you can click on My Account at the top right. 5. Click on the program on the left - Experience Summer! or Summer Adventure. 6. Click on the appropriate grade level that your child(ren) will be going into for the 17-18 School Year. For example, if your child is entering grade 3 for the 17-18 school year, click on Grade 3. 7. Select the course. Please double-check the dates and times of the course, as some courses are offered in multiple time slots. 8. Click on Register Now. You will see a list of courses in your “Shopping Cart”. If you are registering for courses for multiple children, please make sure that the course is connected to the correct child. 9. To continue adding courses to your child’s schedule, click on Continue Shopping. Please keep in mind that you may not use multiple discount codes during checkout. To

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2017 Summer Programs Overview use discount codes on both programs please register separately for Experience Summer! and Summer Adventure. 10. When you have selected all the courses, click on Checkout. 11. You have several Payment Options: o Pay with Credit Card (Visa or MasterCard) § Enter your credit card information o Pay Later (By check –We do not accept POs for Summer Programs) § Enter your e-mail address 12. Apply Discount Code if applicable. Discount Codes - Only 1 code may be applied per transaction o Experience Summer! Early bird discount code is ES17. This is a 5% discount off the total price. o Summer Adventure § Enrolled St. Andrew’s students and their siblings receive an ‘ohana discount. Our families are offered a large discount for registering for multiple weeks of Summer Adventure. The discount code is sasohana17. § Early bird discount code (for non-SAS families) is SA17. This is a 10% off of Summer Adventure; this does NOT apply to extended care. 13. Click on Complete Transaction. 14. Email Receipts will be sent to you within 1-2 days. 15. Experience Summer! Confirmation: Confirmation notices will be sent by May 11 to all students registered by April 29. The Summer Programs Office will notify parents if their registrations are unable to be accommodated. For the Early Bird discount payment in full must be submitted by 4/21 for Experience Summer, and by 6/30 for Summer Adventure.

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings Adventures in Lego Robotics (3 weeks) Lego Robotics Adventurers will have the chance to brainstorm, design, create, and program numerous Lego NXT creations. Students will learn the principles of gear ratios for spin art, investigate sensor-based robotics building a walking, talking (roaring, hissing, or clucking, actually) zoo animal, and challenge each other in the ever-popular Sumo Robotics Challenge. Ready, set, create! Session 1 is a beginner class for students new to robotics. Session 2 is an intermediate class for those with some robotics experience or for students who would like to continue on from Session 1. For students entering Grades 4–8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $300 per session Adventures in Literature (3 weeks) Experience children's literature like never before! Using Thinking Maps, we will cook, craft and write about our reading adventures. Look out books - here we come!!! *Please note that peanuts and tree nuts may be used. For students entering Grades 2–3 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grades 4–5 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $300 per session Algebra I Prep (6 weeks) 10:15 AM-12:15 PM In this course, students will review the basic skills of Pre-Algebra. Topics include fractions, negative numbers, proportions, linear equations, inequalities, exponents, functions, and graphs. Application of algebra skills is emphasized. For students entering Grade 8–9 $495 per session Arts N Crafts Extravaganza (3 weeks) Students will have a hands-on arts and crafts experience working with a variety of different media, exploring different types of arts and crafts, and creating 2D/3D pieces. By the end of the session, students will have an assortment of items to take home and will be able to share their arts and crafts knowledge. For students entering Grades K–1 (Session 1) 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grades K–1 (Session 2) 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grades 2–3 (Session 1) 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grades 2–3 (Session 2) 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grades 4–5 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $300 per session Beginning Band (6 weeks) No experience necessary for this six-week class! Students may select from flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium, tuba, or percussion. All aspects of tone production, instrument care and maintenance, as well as beginning music theory, are covered. This class celebrates its accomplishments with an inclass concert on Thursday, July 16. (Supplies: Rental instruments are available for $50 for the duration of the summer session.) For students entering Grades 4–5 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $495 per session 4


Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings Creative Writing (Session 1 only) (3 weeks) Become the author of your own original story in this fun-filled 3-week writing class. Princesses and Fairy Godmothers? Super Heroes and friendly dragons? Villains and monsters? Anything goes as long as you can imagine it! This course will feature step-by-step guidance in the creation of your own story. We will look at our favorite children’s books and map out our own ideas. We will share our ideas and help our peers. In the end you will walk away with your own authored and illustrated story that you can share with everyone! For students entering Grades 6-8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grades 6-8 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $280 per session Elemental Minds Engineering Physics with STEM (Session 1 only) (3 weeks) In this Elemental Minds Summer STEM Program, your child will gain experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, as well as developing 21st Century Skills, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and leadership. This session will focus on Physics and may include engaging projects such as: Marble Battlers, Flight Design, and build you own Canjo to make music! This class will also include inquiry activities such as: Design the best track, Discover what creates sound and pitch, and Design for maximum lift. Your child will become an innovator of tomorrow as they immerse themselves in the Engineering Design Process of planning, designing, building, and optimizing products in this fun class! For students entering Grades 3–4 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grades 5–8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $335 per session Elemental Minds Design with STEM (Session 2 only) (3 weeks) In the Elemental Minds Summer STEM Program, your child will gain experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, as well as developing 21st Century Skills, such as communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and leadership. This session will focus on Design in the areas of Chemistry, Art, and Coding. This class may include engaging projects such as: Design the best Polymer Sphere, Cartesian Divers, Building your own Spin Art machine, Scribble Bots, and Coding projects. This class will also include inquiry activities such as: What is a polymer? Designing different circuits, and What will float? Your child will become an innovator of tomorrow as they immerse themselves in the Engineering Design Process of planning, designing, building, and optimizing products in this fun class! For students entering Grades 3–4 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grades 5–8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $335 per session Fun in Drawing and Painting (3 weeks) Enjoy the Fine Arts of drawing and painting in an enthusiastic environment. With the fundamentals each young artist will learn throughout the week, they will have the opportunity to produce numerous works of art, which will be exhibited in a mini Art Show at the end of the final week of class. For students entering Grades 4–5 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grades 6-8 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $300 per session

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings Fun with Cooking (3 weeks) Cooking is not only a fun and engaging activity, but one that helps students develop independence, problem solving, and confidence. Students are encouraged to build healthy eating habits while learning math, reading and writing. For students entering Grades K–1 (Session 1) 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grades K–1 (Session 2) 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $300 per session Intermediate Band (6 weeks) This six-week class is open to all middle and high school band musicians with at least one year of experience playing a band instrument or by consent of Mr. Tokishi. This class is designed to continue to develop the musical skills of any band musician who is already able to produce a characteristic tone on their instrument, can play a Concert Bb Major Scale, and read music notation on their band instrument. This class is also open to musicians who are already proficient on an instrument and wish to learn how to double on another one. This class celebrates its accomplishments with an in-class concert on Thursday, July 16. (Supplies: Rental instruments are available for $50 for the duration of the summer session.) For students entering Grades 6–8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $495 per session It's a Boys’ World! Designers and Builders (3 weeks) Boys experience an integrated language arts, math, engineering, and art curriculum engaging in exploration, investigation, and hands-on activities centered around designing and building. While learning, creating, and collaborating, the boys will learn about positive social skills, problem solving, and developing a growth mindset. Projects and themes for exploration are designed around boys' interests and learning styles. (Students may not register for the same course in the same session) For students entering Grade K–1 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grade 2–3 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $280 per session It’s a Boys’ World! The Garden at The Prep (3 weeks) Boys experience an integrated language arts, math, science and arts curriculum through exploration, investigation, and hands-on activities centered around cultivating a garden. While learning, exploring, and playing, they will learn about positive social skills, problem solving, and collaboration. In addition to core subjects, fun-filled activities will include gardening, cooking, music and movement, and art projects designed around boys’ interests and learning styles. For students entering Grade K–1 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grade 2–3 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $280 per session

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings It's a Girls’ World! Designers and Builders (3 weeks) Girls experience an integrated language art, math, engineering, and art curriculum engaging in exploration, investigation, and hands-on activities centered around designing and building. While learning, creating, and collaborating, the girls will learn about positive social skills, problem solving, and developing a growth mindset. Projects and themes for exploration are designed around girls' interests and learning styles. For students entering Grade K–1 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grade 2–3 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $280 per session It’s a Girls’ World! The Garden at The Priory (3 weeks) Girls experience an integrated language arts, math, science and arts curriculum through exploration, investigation, and hands-on activities centered around cultivating a garden. While learning, exploring, and playing, they will learn about positive social skills, problem solving, and collaboration. In addition to core subjects, fun-filled activities will include gardening, cooking, music and movement, and art projects designed around girls’ interests and learning styles. For students entering Grade K–1 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grade 2–3 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $280 per session Ka Lani Kaumaka (3 weeks) A Hawaiian cultural journey that explores the benevolence of Queen Emma through place based and Hawaiian values based education. Students will be immersed into “A day in the life” of our beloved Aliʻi. We will visit wahi pana (legendary places) within the ahupuaʻa (land division from the mountain to the sea) of Nuʻuanu and learn mele (songs) that depict the beauty of these special places. For students entering Grades 4–5 (Session 1) 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM For students entering Grades 6–8 (Session 2) 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $600 per session Kids’ Business! (6 weeks) Students engage in STEEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Entrepreneurship, and Mathematics) by exploring the ecosystem and other life science concepts as well as issues of sustainability by planting, growing, and harvesting herbs and vegetables in our school garden. In that process, they delve into the world of entrepreneurship by learning how to develop, plan, start, market, and operate a plant and vegetable kiosk business, culminating in a ‘farmer’s market’ at St. Andrew’s, where students will feature and sell their products. Students are at the heart of crucial decision-making about their business and in the process develop collaboration, communication, and networking skills critical to success in school and life. For students entering Grades 4–5 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $600 per session

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings Kids Who Code (3 weeks) What is computer science? What can you do with it? Through fun activities, students will learn the basics of computer science and programming through individual, group, and online activities. We will be using MIT's Scratch to learn the basics of how to write programs in an easy and fun way. For students entering Grades 6–8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $280 per session Math Attack (3 weeks) The focus of this course is strengthening and enriching the students’ grade level math skills. Students will have the opportunity to practice computational skills, develop a deeper understanding of math concepts, and challenge their thinking through collaborative problem solving. For students entering Grade 2-3 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grade 4-5 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grade 6-8 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $280 per session Middle School 101 (3 weeks) Students will learn strategies to improve their note taking, calendar and planner organization, time management, test taking, communication, and self-advocacy skills. This course will also help students recognize their individual learning style and how to study efficiently and effectively. Session 2 is a repeat of Session 1. For students entering Grades 6-8 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $280 per session Moving Body Parts (3 weeks) This course is designed to give students the opportunity to learn fitness concepts and conditioning techniques used for obtaining optimal physical fitness. Students will benefit from comprehensive weight training and cardiorespiratory endurance activities. Students will learn the basic fundamentals of strength training, aerobic training, and overall fitness training and conditioning. Students will be engaged in the latest movement trends such as Hot Hula, Zumba, Step Aerobics, Kick Boxing, Synergy 360, Jungle Gym, TRX Frame. The course includes both lecture and activity sessions. Students will be empowered to make wise choices, meet challenges, and develop positive behaviors in fitness, wellness, and movement activity for a lifetime. For students entering Grades 6–8 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $280 per session

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings Soup to Nuts, a Culinary Adventure Through Children's Literature (Session 2 only) (3 weeks) Come along on a gastronomical trip through children’s literature. This adventure should delight the discerning palate as well as provide fun in reading, writing, math, science, social studies, art, and of course, eating. Stone soup, green eggs and ham, a musubi man, – these are just a few of the delectable delights you will find on the menu. *Please note that peanuts and tree nuts may be used. For students entering Grades 2–3 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grades 4–5 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $300 per session Stop Motion Mania (3 weeks) Ever wonder how movies like Coraline, Nightmare Before Christmas, Wallace and Gromit or Frankenweenie are made? Join us this summer for Stop Motion Mania, where students will learn to script and pre-visualize stories, build characters out of modeling clay and Sculpey, design sets, record and edit video, and do post production work on sound, music and effects. Imagination is the only limit! Enrollment is limited to 16 students. For students entering Grades 4–8 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $300 per session Super Awesome Tech Fun 1 (3 weeks) Students will have fun while learning the basics of keyboarding, Microsoft Office, and iLife applications. iPads will also be used to reinforce literacy, record and edit video footage. For the culminating project, students will choose a topic to research, create a PowerPoint, and an iMovie. For students entering Grades 2–3 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $300 per session Super Awesome Tech Fun 2 (3 weeks) This course helps with the transition for incoming Priory students, particularly with technology and understanding the responsibilities of one-to-one computer use. Topics include: Email étiquette, Google Apps, keyboarding, computer care, basic troubleshooting, useful Internet search techniques, and iLife applications. For students entering Grades 5–8 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $300 per session Super Science, Super Fun! (3 weeks) Learn the science behind the fun. Play with sea creatures (yes, live sea creatures!), build rockets, make crystals, and find out firsthand what an owl eats! Explore new topics each week with hands-on activities and labs. So grab a hold of a Bunsen burner and prepare to learn about the awesome world around us! For students entering Grades 2–3 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $300 per session

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Experience Summer! K-8 Morning Offerings The Write Stuff (3 weeks) “If I can say it, I can write it. If I can write it, I can read it.” This program integrates listening, speaking, reading, and writing to strengthen grade level literacy skills. Emphasis will be on the writing process and reading for understanding. For students entering Grade 2-3 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grade 4-5 10:15 AM-12:00 PM For students entering Grade 6-8 (Session 2 only) 8:00 AM-9:45 AM For students entering Grade 6-8 (Session 2 only) 10:15 AM-12:00 PM $280 per session What a Trip! PE edition (Session 1 only) (3 weeks) Explore all of the natural beauty and wonders that ‘Oahu has to offer! Students will engage in vigorous physical activity as they swim, hike, and explore the island’s oceans and trails. Students will grow in their appreciation of our environment as they engage in a service project that contributes to sustainability, and they will put together a memory book documenting their adventures and service. For students entering Grades 2–5 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $600 per session What a Trip! (Session 2 only) (3 weeks) This exciting class will take students off campus to wonderful points of interest two to three days a week. They will then put together an unforgettable memory book of their adventures. Basic writing skills will be integrated in the class. Proposed sites include Children's Discovery Center, Glow Putt, and Waikiki Aquarium. Sites are subject to change. Enrollment is limited to 13 students. For students entering Grades 2–5 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $600 per session

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Experience Summer! Summer Sizzler - K-8 Afternoon Program Come and play with us! This fun and age appropriate program is a half-day program from 1:00PM -5:30 PM that includes bus field trips, walking field trips, indoor and outdoor games, crafts, cooking, and weekly free swim at the pool/water play activities. Enrichment classes are available for an additional fee. Each enrichment class offers its own unique learning experience Students will be monitored from 12:00-1:00 and escorted to afternoon classes by Sizzler Staff. Session 1 Session 2

June 6-June 23 June 26-July 14

$ 500.00 $ 500.00

Enrichment Options: Sports & Swim – Time to move! Students will participate in weekly sport-specific clinics that emphasize a love for sports, skill development, and learning fundamentals through game play. Our certified coaches help students cultivate good sportsmanship, develop a growth mindset, and promote an active and healthy lifestyle. Swim lessons are included with qualified WSI-certified instructors at the YWCA three times a week. Students progress through required levels established by the American Red Cross. Students will enjoy field trips that incorporate different aspects of fitness once a week. Students are required to bring a towel, swimsuit, sunscreen, and slippers for swim lessons on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. For students entering Grades 1–8 Monday-Friday 1:00 PM-4:30 PM $130 per session Cooking – This class will teach students basic cooking safety along with kid friendly recipes that students can create on their own with little or no help from adults. Students will create a cookbook of their very own to record their tasty creations. For students entering Grades K–2 Tuesday/Thursday 1:00PM-2:00PM For students entering Grades 3–6 Tuesday/Thursday 2:00PM-3:00 PM $90 per session Dance – Instructors from Drill Team Hawaii will offer students an authentic experience in our dance studio, located above the gym. Girls only, please. For students entering Grades K–3 Tuesday/Thursday 1:00PM-2:00PM $90 per session Magic and Balloon Creations – Welcome to introduction to magic tricks and balloon twisting. Come and explore the exciting world of trickery, illusions and entertainment. Students will also have a chance to take risks and “perform” tricks and improve skills in public speaking. All materials will be provided. For students entering Grades 2–6 Tuesday/Thursday 1:00PM-2:00 PM $90 per session Ukulele – Come and learn basic chords and strumming techniques with fun and familiar songs. Class will be adjusted according to student’s skill level. Students are welcome to bring their own ukulele, or use one of ours. For students entering Grades 3–6 Tuesday/Thursday 3:00PM-4:00 PM $90 per session

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Experience Summer! High School Course Offerings Advanced Math Prep (no credit) (6 weeks) Students engage in an individualized math curriculum that will help to solidify their mathematical foundations while preparing them for advanced-level mathematics, such as Algebra II with Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus. The curriculum will be tailored to the specific needs through a series of diagnostic and formative assessments, targeting the individual needs of each child. For students entering Grades 10–12 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM $495 per session Algebra I Prep (no credit) (6 weeks) In this course, students will review the basic skills of Pre-Algebra. Topics include fractions, negative numbers, proportions, linear equations, inequalities, exponents, functions, and graphs. Application of algebra skills is emphasized. For students entering Grade 8–9 10:15 AM-12:15 PM $470 per session Circuit Training, Aerobics & Hiking (½ credit) (6 weeks) This course offers three sports in one class. Circuit training is designed for beginners who want to tone their muscles and increase their cardiovascular systems, receiving proper instruction. Aerobics is designed for the beginner in mind. Students will learn different aerobic steps and skills that will allow them to complete different exercise videos and develop their own aerobic exercise routines. Hiking is structured to train students to hike various locations and different terrains. Students should be prepared to complete a hiking venture each week. (Students may not take this course and Fitness for Life.) For students entering Grades 10–12 10:15 AM-12:15 PM $495 per session Fitness for Life (½ credit) (6 weeks) This course is designed to help students learn about the health-related physical fitness components and benefits of healthy lifestyles, including regular physical activity and sound nutrition. This course will feature activities that can be used for a lifetime and help students find and plan activity programs appropriate to their individual needs. (Students may not take this course and Circuit Training, Aerobics & Hiking.) For students entering Grades 9–12 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM $495 per session Geometry (1 credit) (6 weeks) This 4-hour intensive course is an in-depth, formal study of the ideas of geometry. Topics include: inductive and deductive reasoning, tools of geometry, line & angle properties, triangle & polygon properties, circles, area, Pythagorean Theorem, volume and surface areas. Students will have the option of earning Honors Distinction by following a list of qualifications determined by the instructor and the subject’s department. Designated an iPriory course, students will engage in a variety of online, face-to-face, and flexible meeting arrangements that suit their individual needs. (Requirement Scientific Calculator such as TI-NSpire CX; Prerequisite: Algebra I AND approval) For students entering Grades 9–12 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM

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Experience Summer! High School Course Offerings $990 per session

Hawaiian History (½ credit) (6 weeks) This course studies the history of our state. It begins with the arrival of the first Polynesians to Hawai’i and traces its rich history through the monarchy, missionaries, overthrow of the Hawaiian kingdom, and statehood. It also focuses on Hawai’i's government, economics, and social history. For students entering Grades 10–12 10:15 AM-12:15 PM $495 per session Health (½ credit) (6 weeks) This class is a study of the understanding and proper maintenance of body systems and body functions. For students entering Grades 9–12 10:15 AM-12:15 PM $495 per session High School 101 (6 weeks) Students will learn strategies to improve their note taking, calendar and planner organization, time management, test taking, communication, and self-advocacy skills. This course will also help students recognize their individual learning style and how to study efficiently and effectively. For students entering Grades 9–12 10:15 AM-12:15 PM $470 per session Intermediate Band (½ credit) (6 weeks) This six-week class is open to all middle and high school band musicians with at least one year of experience playing a band instrument or by consent of Mr. Tokishi. This class is designed to continue to develop the musical skills of any band musician who is already able to produce a characteristic tone on their instrument, can play a Concert Bb Major Scale, and read music notation on their band instrument. This class is also open to musicians who are already proficient on an instrument and wish to learn how to double on another one. This class celebrates its accomplishments with an in-class concert on Thursday, July 16. (Supplies: Rental instruments are available for $50 for the duration of the summer session.) For students entering Grades 9–12 8:00 AM-9:45 AM $495 per session Independent Study - Technology (½ credit) (6 weeks) This course will expose students to computer hardware, operating systems, programming languages, graphic design, and networking. Students will reassemble and disassemble a computer, design logos, and learn other basic computer fundamentals. This course has a flexible schedule with students required to complete a total of 60 hours. For students entering Grades 9–12 Flexible $495 per session

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Experience Summer! High School Course Offerings Introduction to Computer Programming (½ credit) (6 weeks) This course is designed for students who have never programmed before. Students will be introduced to concepts, analysis, and problem solving processes in computer science. The skills students learn using MIT's Scratch during this course will help them learn introductory elements in the Java programming language. For students entering Grades 9-12 8:00 AM-10:00 AM $495 per session Makai: Oceanography (½ credit) (3 weeks) This laboratory course will expose students to the spectrum of Oceanography. It will explore geological, physical, chemical, biological and engineering information as it relates to the marine environment. Several field experiences will take place to the ocean, culminating in a service-learning project that contributes to the appreciation and protection of our natural resources. For students entering Grades 9–12 June 6-23 8:00 AM-12:00 PM $495 per session Mauka: Geology of Hawaiʻi (½ credit) (3 weeks) This course will explore the geology, meteorology, and biology the Hawaiian Islands. The course begins with the formation of the Islands and ends with the current day invasion of alien species. Several hiking trips will take place around ‘Oahu, culminating in a service learning project that contributes to the appreciation and protection of our natural resources. For students entering Grades 9–12 June 26-July 14 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM $495 per session Practical Theology (½ credit) This course integrates Christian ethics with the examination and studies of 6 key areas of life common to every teen. Students engage in observations of their current culture as well as their own moral compasses and are challenged to learn strategies for making wise choices based upon sound ethical principles. For students entering Grades 9-12 8:00 AM-10:00 AM $495 per session SAT & ACT Prep (no credit) This summer school program will fully prepare students for success on the ACT and SAT tests. Students will review the multitude of concepts tested on both tests, learn score-raising strategies, and practice extensively on official test sections, while also reviewing and analyzing their specific areas of weakness. The goal will be not only for students to become elite testtakers but also to gain confidence and to truly engage in the material, all in a fun and enjoyable environment. For students entering Grades 10–12 June 6 - July 7, 201 1:00 PM–3:00 PM $470 per session

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Experience Summer! High School Course Offerings Summer Global Prep (no credit) Global Prep is an intensive program that helps international students not only gain proficiency in the English language, but also prepares them for success at The Priory, college, and beyond. Through learning plans that are tailored to their individual needs and goals, students will expand their vocabulary, become competent and confident speakers, and have a solid understanding of grammar rules. Emphasis will be placed on developing critical thinking and writing skills. Other topics covered include TOEFL/SAT prep, preview of upcoming classes, leadership skills, and American culture and customs. All textbooks and materials will be provided. For more details please contact Sue Ann Wargo at 808-532-2418. For students entering Grades 9–12 M/W/F 1:00 PM–3:00PM $720 per session United States Government (½ credit) This course examines the people, documents, institutions, and events that have shaped American government. Particular emphasis is placed on the history and structure of the U.S. Constitution. In addition, both civil and criminal law is reviewed. The goal is to create wellinformed voting citizens with an understanding of their rights and responsibilities. United States Government will be offered online and cover the same topics through online discussions and modified assignments designed to fit the online learning curriculum. Designated an iPriory course, students will engage in a variety of online, face-to-face, and flexible meeting arrangements that suit the individual needs of each. While this is an online class the instructor will have set hours available to “chat” online through Canvas, daily, as well as in person, on set days, for students that might be struggling or simply need clarification. (Prerequisite: Instructor’s approval) For students entering Grades 11–12 online $495 per session

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Summer Adventure Four Weeks of Summer Fun!

7:00 AM - 4:00 PM

(Extended Program available from 4:00pm – 5:30pm) Week One: July 17–July 21 Week Two: July 24–July 28 Week Three: July 31–August 4 Week Four: August 7–August 10 No Program On Friday, August 11

There are three separate camps with shared themes and age-appropriate field trips and activities. These programs are offered to boys and girls entering grades K - 8 as full-day programs. They extend an opportunity for students to play and learn together in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. Daily lunch, snacks, excursion entrance and transportation fees, activities, crafts and one t-shirt per week enrolled are included in the registration fee. TB clearance is not required for this four-week camp. SUMMER ADVENTURE – Grades K-5 If you are entering grades K - 5 Summer Adventure is for you! This program is filled with daily fun and exciting themes such as “Surfin’ Safari”, “Time Travelers”, and “Silly Aliens!”. st • The Kindergarten-1 grade camp will be located primarily on campus with fun activity providers coming to the camp. You will have fun with circus skills, Lego building, the Game truck while sharing the same themes as the older campers. nd th • The 2 – 5 grade camp will travel off campus to fun excursions such as Kroc Center and the Movies. You will enjoy our special theme days each day that always include learning new skills and trying new experiences.

1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks 4 weeks

Discounted tuition for St. Andrew’s Schools’ students and their siblings $410 $770 $1080 $1340

Regular Tuition

Extended Day Program (no discounts apply)

$435 $870 $1305 $1740

$50 $100 $150 $200

Parents may enroll their child for one week, four weeks, or any two or three-week combination. If a child is enrolled in the program, parents have the option of registering for additional weeks during the actual program. Middle School Leadership Challenge This for all students entering grades 6 - 8 who would like a "hands-on" experience to enhance their leadership skills. Each Tuesday, participants will be challenged with learning new skills and working as a team. All other days will be filled with extraordinary and fun adventures. Participants will meet new friends, build inter-cultural relationships and develop their leadership skills. Tuition $265 per week 16


Summer Adventure Entering Kindergarten – Grade 1 Schedule This schedule is subject to change.

July 17 Time Travelers From cavemen to hovercrafts, find out what life was/will be like in the past and the future. You will explore 200 years of technology in one day July 24 Monday Makers Workshop Day! Join us as we experiment with different materials and combine them for extreme fun!

July 18 Wizards and Wonders We will join the fun at Hogwarts School as we play magical Harry Potter-inspired games and activities July 25 In the Outback Didgeridoo, kangaroos, boomerangs and lots of fun in the land “down under”

July 20 Surfin Safari We will learn all about the surfing, sun, and music of the 70’s – you will have fun, fun, fun today with activities and silent disco!

July 21 Movie: Cars 3 Join us at the movies for this Cars 3 followed by an afternoon at our own Radiator Springs – lots of fun activities!

July 27 Circus Fun! Learn special circus tricks; balancing, juggling, and hoops. Lots of fun!

July 28 Wacky Sports Day Giant games and mini games . . . which are you best at? Play mini-golf, giant jenga, mini nerf and giant twister on this fun and challenging day

Silent Disco afternoon

July 31 Medieval Mania! Join us in medieval times as we explore the world of knights and princesses

August 1 DinoMite!! Join us for our fun day all about prehistoric life with the dinosaurs and volcanoes!

August 2 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

August 3 Kroc Center Join us for a fun time at this water park in Kapolei. We will have a blast swimming, sliding, diving and rock climbing

August 4 Silly Aliens Intergalactic fun as we make an alien, learn alien skills, make alien snacks and play their games!

August 7 Ahoy Matey! We will learn and experience the life of adventure from escape rooms to a search for treasure. Game Truck

August 8 Teen Titans Go! Today we will join Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy on some great adventures!

August 9 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

August 10 TBA

NO CAMP

Lego play town

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July 19 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games. July 26 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.


Summer Adventure Entering Grades 2-5 Schedule This schedule is subject to change.

July 17 Time Travelers From cavemen to hovercrafts, find out what life was/will be like in the past and the future. You will explore 200 years of technology in one day Game Truck July 24 Monday Makers Workshop Day! Join us as we experiment with different materials and combine them for extreme fun! Game Truck

July 18 Wizards and Wonders We will join the fun at Hogwarts School as we play magical Harry Potter-inspired games and activities

July 19 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

July 20 July 21 Surfin Safari Movie: Cars 3 We will learn all about Join us at the movies the surfing, sun, and for this Cars 3 music of the 70’s – you followed by an will have fun, fun, fun afternoon at our own today with activities Radiator Springs – and silent disco!! lots of fun activities!

Circus Circus Magic Craft Class Magic Craft Class Double Splash Slide July 25 July 26 July 27 In the Outback Wacky Water Atlantis Submarines Didgeridoo, Wednesday We will go beneath the kangaroos, All kids should bring a surface for this fun boomerangs and lots towel, swimsuit, extra underwater tour in of fun in the land clothes, and sunscreen Waikiki. “down under” for our day with water Be on the lookout for turtles! slides and games. Lego play town Circus, Magic Craft Circus Class, Hurricane Magic Craft Class Water Slide Silent Disco afternoon Lego play town

July 31 Medieval Mania! Join us in medieval times as we explore the world of knights and princesses

August 1 DinoMite!! Join us for our fun day all about prehistoric life with the dinosaurs and volcanoes!

Game Truck Joust Arena

Lego play town

August 7 Ahoy Matey! We will learn and experience the life of adventure from escape rooms to a search for treasure. Game Truck

August 8 Teen Titans Go! Today we will join Starfire, Raven and Beast Boy on some great adventures! Lego play town

August 2 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games. Circus, Magic Craft Class, Vertical Rush slide August 9 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

Circus Magic Craft Class July 28 Wacky Sports Day Giant games and mini games . . . which are you best at? Play mini-golf, giant Jenga, mini Nerf and giant Twister on this fun and challenging day

Circus Magic Craft Class Extreme Vertical Rush August 3 August 4 Kroc Center Silly Aliens Join us for a fun time Intergalactic fun as we at this water park in make an alien, learn Kapolei. We will have alien skills, make alien a blast swimming, snacks and play their sliding, diving and games! rock climbing Magic Craft Class Magic Craft Class August 10 Living Art Marine Center

NO CAMP

Circus Magic Class

Dream Mega Combo Li’l shaka Slide

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Summer Adventure Entering Grades 6-8 Middle School Leadership Challenge This schedule is subject to change. July 17 Time Travelers Take a walk through time in downtown Honolulu - Explore our past and look towards our future

July 18 Leadership Challenge “Cultural Cooking” We will explore different tastes, mug cakes, slow cooking and great tasty treats!

July 19 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

July 20 Bayview Golf and Zip Line Join us for a zip line experience in Kaneohe!

July 21 Movie Cars 3 Join us at the movies for this Cars 3 followed by an afternoon at our own Radiator Springs – lots of fun activities!

July 24 Monday Makers Maker’s Workshop Day! We will experiment with different materials and combine them to make cool projects

July 25 Leadership Challenge “Stem Day” Starting with a human caterpillar, we will inch our way through fun STEM leadership activities

July 26 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

July 27 Atlantis Submarines We will go beneath the surface for this fun underwater tour in Waikiki. Be on the lookout for turtles!

July 28 Wacky Sports Day Giant games and mini games . . . which are you best at? Play mini golf and giant Jenga, mini Nerf and giant Twister on this fun and challenging day!

July 31 Korean Day! Learn all about Korea including language and food. Learn all about “KPop” and some cool dance moves

August 1 Leadership Challenge “Emoji’s” Make some cute emojis as we play emoji bingo, and other fun activities Become fluent in emoji! August 8 Leadership Challenge Marine Disection Class we will travel to the Living Art Marine Center for a science day

August 2 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games. August 9 Wacky Water Wednesday All kids should bring a towel, swimsuit, extra clothes, and sunscreen for our day with water slides and games.

Kroc Center Join us for a fun time at this new water park in Kapolei. You will have a blast swimming, sliding diving and rock climbing!

August 4 Family Fun Zone Virtual roller coaster, bungy trampoline, giant games and much more!

August 10 TBA

NO CAMP

August 7 Scavenger Hunt Go on a scavenger hunt in our neighborhood and learn about Chinatown and other local attractions

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Silent Disco


Summer Adventure The International Hospitality Center, located on the campus of The St. Andrew's Schools in Downtown Honolulu, Hawaii, provides unique and superior English as a Second Language training include cultural enhancement excursions and activities.

ENGLISH LEARN & EXPLORE • • • • • •

Small classes Native Speaker Teachers Individualized Attention Hawaii Excursions Academic Certificate For additional Information and Application please visit:

http://www.ihchawaii.org/study English Language and Homestay Program in Hawaii Junior Division (Ages 5 to 13) 4 week program July 16, 2017 to August 12, 2017

Senior Division (Ages 14 to 19) July 16, 2017 to August 12, 2017

Adult Division (Ages 20 and older) July 16, 2017 to August 12, 2017

For additional information and Registration please contact Barbara Bancel, Executive Director of IHC by email: ihc@priory.net or by telephone (808) 521-3554.

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