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Revised 4/22/2016

Insurance Plans and Other Deposits/Fees

If applicable, the premiums, deposits, and fees listed here are charged to your HPA student bank account. If you have any questions, please contact the Accounting Office ( or 808-881-4043).

Insurance Plans

  • TUITION REFUND PLAN: The school strongly recommends that parents participate in the Tuition Refund Plan. This plan provides protection for parents in the event of an unexpected termination of enrollment after the academic year begins and in accordance with the plan’s terms and provisions.

    View the brochure outlining the details of this plan

    Parents are asked to enroll in or decline participation in the Tuition Refund Plan by checking the appropriate box on the online Enrollment Agreement. Parents may still enroll in the Tuition Refund Plan up to the first class day by sending written notification to the Accounting Office.

The cost for this plan is:
Day - 3.2% of tuition*
Boarding - 6.9% of tuition*
* Net of financial aid.

If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Accounting Office ( or 808-881-4043).

  • HEALTH INSURANCE: The HMSA Student Plan is available to all students enrolled at HPA. For more information, please see the links below. Fees for this plan must be paid in advance.

HMSA Medical, Drug, and Dental Plan:
12 months (8/1/16-7/31/17) $3,086.88
School year (8/1/16-5/31/17) $2,572.40

HMSA Medical & Drug Plan:
12 months (8/1/16-7/31/17) $2,892.48
School year (8/1/16-5/31/17) $2,410.40

Summary Plan Description 2016/17 - Regular Student Plan*
Summary Plan Description 2016/17 - Regular Student Plan with Dental*
Enrollment Form
Authorized Representative Forms
Prescription Drug Rider Form

        The Dewar Student Accident Plan is available to all students enrolled at HPA. This program provides reimbursement for medical expenses that arise when a student is injured in an accident.

        View the brochure outlining the details of this plan

        The fee for this plan is charged to your your HPA student bank account.

      Other Deposits/Fees

      • SECURITY DEPOSIT - $100
        Charged to boarding students only. This deposit is applied to any building or equipment damage for which your child might be responsible. Any balance at the end of the school year will be credited to your HPA student bank account or refunded. If there has been no damage, the entire deposit will be refunded.
        Charged to twelfth grade boarding students only. College application fees are paid from this deposit. Any remaining balance will be credited to your HPA student bank account and refunded at the end of the year.
      • SENIOR STUDENT FEE - $260
        To help defray graduation expenses.
        Families automatically are members of the ‘Ohana Association. Annual dues are used to support a variety of programs and activities (e.g., E Komo Mai Welcome Event, Hanai Family, Welcome Baskets, Health and Wellness).

      Optional Programs

      The programs listed below may be selected in addition to those required by the school.

      Lunch Program (Grades K-8)

      The school offers, for a charge, a lunch service consisting of a buffet line, sandwich, salad and soup bars with desserts and assorted beverages. Families may elect to purchase the meal service on a yearly, monthly, or daily basis.

      FEES: Annual, monthly, and daily payment plans are available.

      • Annual: $800 (grades K-3), $840 (grades 4-5), or $860 (grades 6-8)
      • Daily (grades K-8): $5.20 per day

      After School Programs (Grade K-8)

      The school offers a licensed After School Program for students in grades K-6. The program runs from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Village Campus. The After School Program coordinator escorts children to the facility and handles check-in. Enrichment activities include study time, music, art, and movement.

      Parents, or an authorized adult, must pick up and sign out their child(ren) by 5 p.m. each day. There is an additional charge for children who are not picked up by 5 p.m.

      The emergency contacts listed on the Student Information/Health Authorization Form also will be considered authorized to pick up children from the After School Program. Parents may designate additional adults who are authorized to pick up their child(ren) by completing the After School Program form. This form is available from the After School Program coordinator.

      The After School Program is available on early-release days for parent conferences, both in the fall and in the spring. The After School Program is not offered on days when students are released half-day. For the 2015-2016 school year, those dates are as follows:

      • May 25, 2016 – Last Day of School
      • November 22, 2016 – Thanksgiving Break
      • December 14, 2016 – Winter Break
      • February 10, 2017 – Grandparents Day
      • March 8, 2017 – Spring Break
      • May 5, 2017 – May Day
      • May 24, 2017 – Last day of school

      The after school coordinator can be reached after 3 p.m. at 808-885-2545.

      FEES: Annual, semester, monthly, and daily payment plans are available.

      • Annual: $950 per year
      • Semester: $500 per semester
      • Monthly: August - $80, September - $140, October - $140, November - $130, December - $60, January - $110, February - $130, March - $70, April - $130, May - $115
      • Daily: $15 per day


      • Grades K-8 - $40
      • Grades 9-12 - $100

      Horse Program

      The school has a herd of about 23 horses, including thoroughbreds and warm bloods, trained to serve the needs of students of all abilities (beginner to advanced). Fine English and some Western tack are provided. Instruction in equitation, trail riding, horse care, and maintenance is stressed. The program, staffed by professionals, offers English and Western Pleasure, Polo, Dressage and Eventing, Hunter and Show Jumping, and trail rides in the Kohala Mountains.

      The Lower School and Middle School program, which is held on Friday from 3-5 p.m., is open to a limited number of students (8 years old and older) who participate throughout the year. Students may sign up for this program at the school. For more information, contact Judy Folk (808-937-2569).

      Upper School students may sign up for the horse program as their sports option.

      FEES: Lower and Middle School - $40 per session, Upper School $120 per week, 4 days a week. Your child may sign up for this program at school.

      SCUBA Program (Grades 9-12)

      Scuba diving instruction is provided through the National A ssociation of Underwater Instructors (NAUI), an internationally recognized organization. Beginning and advanced scuba courses are offered during the sports period. Safe diving practices are stressed above all else. Scuba equipment is provided.

      The beginning scuba course concentrates on scuba and snorkel diving skills and techniques, water safety and rescue, first aid, marine life and the marine environment, diving physics, and diving medicine. Advanced students must already be certified by a nationally recognized organization. The course introduces students to more detailed analysis of some basic scuba topics and requires the successful completion of a series of specific dives, including night, salvage, navigation, and marine ecology dives.

      FEES: Basic or Advanced - $400 per sports term.

      Refrigerator-Electricity Fee

      Boarding students who install a refrigerator in their rooms are charged an electricity fee of $125. Permission from the director of student life is required.