HPA offers students an empowering and nurturing college preparatory program, full of extraordinary growth opportunities. At HPA, your child will learn from adept and experienced teachers who invest deeply in each student’s potential. Your child will benefit from a place-based, experiential learning program that is unique, thanks to our location and the ingenuity of our curriculum.

HPA is also committed to supporting our Hawai‘i community in myriad ways, including with reduced tuition for in-state residential boarding. This year, we are proud to offer a new boarding category for Upper School students throughout the State of Hawai‘i. Details, including eligibility requirements, are below.

In setting our annual tuition, the HPA board of trustees balances program costs with prudent budget controls. We understand the financial sacrifices families often must make, and we strive to deliver the best possible value while responsibly supporting our dedicated faculty and staff and upholding our ambitious academic program.

Day student tuition 2022-23

Lower School
Kindergarten to grade five $23,600
Middle School
Grades six to eight $26,100
Upper School
Grades nine to twelve $30,500

Boarding student tuition 2022-23

Hawai‘i In-State Boarding (7-day boarding)
Grades nine to twelve; Post-graduate

*To qualify for in-state resident boarding, applicant’s family must have their primary residence in Hawai‘i and submit Hawai‘i Resident Tax Return (Form N-11).
$55,500
Domestic
Grades nine to twelve; Post-graduate $60,900
International
Grades nine to twelve; Post-graduate $71,500

*To qualify for the domestic tuition, at least one parent and the student must have a U.S. passport or permanent residency.

Tuition for the 2023-24 academic year will be determined in February 2023 and announced by March 2023.