Co-ed Boarding School - HPA
Level of study: Co-ed Boarding School
Type of program: Boarding Preparatory Program
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USA / Hawaii
Other locations: Kamuela, Hawaii Island
Program Description
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Hawai'i Preparatory Academy is the premier college preparatory boarding and day school in the Pacific region. The school encourages students to explore and realize their potential as individuals and as members of society. Realizing that the HPA Experience is a solid blend of all, we strive for a balance among academics, art, athletics, and community service to help our students achieve the following goals:
  • Be competent learners.
  • Be complex and perceptive thinkers.
  • Be effective communicators.
  • Be culturally-aware individuals.
  • Be responsible individuals.
  • Be wholesome young men and women
Summer four-week program is also offered.

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18%
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20+
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Unique Features
Famous Alumni
ENERGY LAB
The Energy Lab at Hawai’i Preparatory Academy is the first of its kind in the world—a facility for students by students that will connect these young people and their schools, allowing them to collaborate and develop sustainable living.
The Energy Lab is set in an ideal location on the island of Hawai’i where the greatest variety of renewable resources on the planet are readily available and accessible. HPA’s Energy Lab is a model for sustainable buildings and a place where young people will change the paradigm of thinking to a world of sustained abundance.

SEA TURTLES & MARINE BIOLOGY RESEARCH
Since 1987, HPA has worked with George Balazs, sea turtle biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service of the Pacific Fisheries Science Center, NOAA, to capture, measure, tag and study the threatened Hawaiian green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas). This work originally took place at Kiholo Bay, one of the prime habitats for juvenile and sub-adult green turtles on the leeward coast of Hawaii. While Kiholo is still a main focus of our work, we now have study sites along the entire coast from Honaunau in the south to Kawaihae in the North. Over the last 25 years, HPA students and NOAA scientists have captured and tagged several thousand green turtles.

WORLD'S GREENEST K-12 SCHOOL BUILDING


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