HPA’s spring production of Noël Coward’s ‘Hay Fever’ dates have been announced! Click the red link to learn more.
HPA alum Gabbie Ewing '15 has signed a deal to play professional soccer for Skövde KIK, a Division 1 team in Sweden’s Norra Götaland league. Click the red link to learn more.
Rolling admissions phase is now in motion at Hawai‘i Preparatory Academy which means that all application deadlines have passed. Learn how one student gained an opportunity for independence and an early start at the school by applying during this phase.
On February 4 the HPA board of trustees announced the appointment of Phillips effective July 1, 2019. Click the red link to learn more.
From November 28-December 1, a group of four HPA faculty and administrators and five HPA Upper School Students attended the NAIS People of Color Conference and NAIS Student Diversity Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. HPA was one of three Hawaiʻi independent schools to send adults to the People of Color Conference, and one of only two Hawaiʻi schools to send delegates to the Student Diversity Leadership Conference
On January 5, three HPA students, Lili Kosa ‘20, Malia McKendry ‘21, and Justus Benz ‘21, along with HPA faculty members, Marc Rice and Laura Jim, embarked upon HPA’s second research expedition to the Republic of Vanuatu. As part of a three-year study the group placed a satellite tag on a post-nesting hawksbill turtle on Moso Island in order to foster a better understanding of the location of their forage grounds and regional connectivity.
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!
It was an exciting day in the gym today when four HPA seniors signed their National Letters of Intent. Each senior was surrounded by friends and family and presented with leis in celebration of this momentous occasion and incredible achievement.
Up is down, and right is wrong in Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland.” Ka Makani Players will present an original adaptation of Carroll’s famous work, “Alice: A Wonderland Musical.”
HPA celebrates Day of the Dead at Isaacs Art Center to benefit experiential learning at the Village Campus. Join us on November 3 for festive food, fun, and more...Click the red link to learn more and get your tickets.