HPA student, Xander Lai ’20, is taking holiday spirit to the community and beyond by working with Project Hawai'i to help 100 homeless teens on Hawai'i Island. Click the red link above to learn more!
HPA offers our students access to an array of high-tech tools and equipment, enhancing their classroom experiences and enabling them to take their independent projects to the next level. An advanced telemetry system for energy monitoring gives students a window into the Energy Lab as a living building.
Fabrication equipment allows them to create anything they can envision. Digital media tools from aerial videography drones to Google Glass encourage projects that blur the line between technology and art.
This tapestry of possibility enlivens our school with the creative buzz of a maker space and fosters a spirit of innovation that students will carry forward into college and careers.
Davy Ragland '15 and Michael Ho '15 showcasing how they utilize Oculus Rift for their projects in Dr. Wiecking's Independent Research class.
- EEG Brain Research Headsets
- 4k Video-Enabled Quadrocopter Drones
- Human Machine Interface
- Radio Telescope
- Seismic Research
- Weather Research
- Energy Research
- Computing and Programming
- Acoustic Research
- Recording and Videoconferencing
- Graphic Design