Colleges & Universities

Additional Learning Resources

Continuing Education

Choose a school below to find out more about the continuing education classes offered:

K-12 Public Schools

Public School Resources

K-12 Private Schools

Private schools, also known as independent schools, are not administered by local, state or national governments; thus, they retain the right to select their students and are funded in whole or in part by charging their students tuition, rather than relying on public (government) funding.

For information about Hawaiʻi’s private schools, the Hawaiʻi Association of Independent Schools (HAIS) may be able to help you. The site includes resources on schools, accreditation, licensing, open houses, and more. HAIS is not affiliated with the Hawaiʻi Department of Education.

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Each fall when school begins, a growing number of school-aged children do not head off to a classroom. Instead, they learn at home with their families or with other children in their communities. Read the guidelines, FAQ’s, laws and procedures relating to homeschooling.

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Hawaiʻi’s College Savings Program

Are you interested in a program that will help you save money in advance for higher education expenses? HI529, Hawaiʻi’s College Savings Program, allows anyone to open an account, including friends, grandparents and other family members, for as little as $15 and have earnings grow tax deferred.

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