Mission / Philosophy / Objectives:
Hanalani Schools Mission
Our primary mission is to train the children "of the household of faith" (Galatians 6:10) and provide opportunities for all children to hear and receive the gospel of Jesus Christ. From a Biblical foundation, we strive to develop students' intellectual, emotional, and spiritual capacities in a wide variety of fields and to lead students to a deeper worship of God and closer conformity to the image of Christ.
School Fast Facts:
Q. How many students attend Hanalani Schools?
A. We currently have 730+ students enrolled.
Q. What religion is the school affiliated with?
A. We are Protestant non-denominational, and we teach from the NKJV Bible.
Q. How do the teachers communicate with the parents?
A. Primarily through email and web accounts (MySchoolApp). Teachers also have direct telephone extensions.
Q. What are your school hours?
A. Monday - Thursday (Friday dismissal is one hour earlier):
Early Childhood* (grades K3-K4): 8:05am - 2:15 pm
Elementary* (grades K5-6): 7:55am - 2:40pm
Upper School (grades 7-12): 7:40am - 2:50pm
* Before-School Care begins at 6:15am, and After-School Care ends at 5:30pm.
Q. Do you offer transportation?
A. Yes! We currently offer transportation routes to Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Launani Valley, Makakilo, Mililani, Nanakuli, Pearl City, Royal Kunia, Schofiled Barracks, Village Park, Waianae, Waipahu, Waipio, and Waikele. Transportation is available for all enrolled students at an additional cost; however, if a K3 or K4 student wants to ride the bus, they must have a riding companion in grades 3-12.
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