Looking for an exciting way to spend the summer? Experience summer at HPA! Summer programs are open to all—from toddlers to students entering grade 12.
Junior Tennis Camps: 29
HPA tennis coach Jeff Lewis has planned 9 sessions for children ages 6-17 of all ability levels. All classes run from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday-Thursday. The camps are targeted toward both older, goal-oriented students as well as younger students who are just developing their athleticism. Fee: $192 per week includes lunch, a snack, and video analysis.
Basketball Camp: May 30-June 2
HPA basketball coaches Dave Huntington and Fred Wawner will lead this camp for rising fourth through eleventh grade girls and boys. The camp will focus on skill development, footwork fundamentals, and team and in-game instruction in a fun atmosphere. All campers will take home a basketball. Fee: $80 per session.
Equestrian Camps: 8
The daily three-hour equestrian camp, open to all students eight years and older, offers a diverse training regimen designed to create a working knowledge of the aids and mechanics involved when riding English, as well as proper grooming and tacking procedures. Instruction will encourage students to enhance and challenge their existing equestrian knowledge, or, for beginners, learn stable management and basic riding skills. Fee: $80 per day.
The weekly two-hour Friday Riding Program also is open to students eight years and older. During the summer, the riding program runs from 3 to 5 p.m. This ongoing program gives students an opportunity to ride on the field with one instructor or head up into the hills with another instructor. Fee: $40 per session.
Trail rides can be arranged on an individual basis. Fee: $40/hour (two-hour minimum).
For more information, registration, or to arrange a trail ride, contact Judy Folk (808-885-4302 or 808-937-2569) or Laura Rose (808-885-7194 or 808-895-6632). Registration forms also are available at www.hpa.edu/summer/sports-
Summer Swim Academy: May 30-July 6
hreetwo-week sessions are scheduled, with lessons held Monday through Thursday. Students will receive a half-hour of instruction each day with free swim for lesson participants available from 1 to 3 p.m. Fridays. This is a great opportunity to learn to swim or to advance one's swimming technique and endurance, as all levels of classes are provided—From Parent and Tot to Pre-Team.
If you are not sure what level your child might be, we strongly recommend an assessment. Ten-minute assessments at the HPA Dowsett Pool will be offered between 3 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, 1,and by appointment in June. Please contact Coach Sarie Imonen at email@example.com to reserve an assessment time. Fee: $95 per session. For registration and more information, visit www.hpa.edu/summer/sports-
Ka Makani Kids Camp: 5-16
Twosessions are scheduled. The weekday camp runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the HPA Village Campus multipurpose building for rising kindergarten through fifth grade students. Campers will explore the ocean to the mountains this summer. During Week 1, An Ocean of Fun, students will discover tide pool life and go beachcombing for ocean treasures. During Week 2, Ascent to the Summit, students will explore volcanoes with visits to a pu'u and the Astronomy Center. Fee: 00per session (includes camp T shirt, daily lunch, snacks, activity fes, and supplies). M Call 808-881-4088, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.hpa.edu/summer.
Summer Session: 71
HPA's diverse Summer Session offers enrichment and unique study opportunities for boarding and day students entering grades 6-12. school credit classes this summer are Marine Science Seminar that offers a four-hour daily hands-on discovery of Hawaiiʻs unique marine environment, and Open Water Scuba Certification with an Introduction to Hawaii's Reef Ecology, where students earn their open water diver certification and use their underwater expertise to study Hawaiian coral reef ecology.
New classes this summer include CSI & Forensics: Not Just Digging Up Bones! Introduction to VR/AR, Variety Stage Performance, and A Mindful Exploration into the Natural World.
Two-hour enrichment courses for students in grades 9 through 12 include comprehensive test preparation with BEST SAT Tutorial Service, Algebra ICreative Writing, and more.
Two-hour enrichment courses for students in grades 6 through 8 include Robotics, Science of Creative Writing, Basic Web Development, Natural Tools and Mixed Media Processes, and more.
Tuition: $5,200 (boarding). Fee for individual courses: $550/class. For more information, call 808-881-4088, or email:email@example.com. Online registration available at: www.hpa.edu/summer/summer-