Our education programs engage keiki to kūpuna, supporting families as first teachers in culturally and developmentally appropriate early childhood learning, caregiver education, and curriculum studies in reading, math, and science.
Ka Hana Noʻeau
Ka Hana Noʻeau is a community-based mentorship and academic support program, combining traditional and contemporary knowledge in support of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM).
Ka Pa‘alana assists families by providing basic needs items as well as educational programming to equip families toward greater self-sufficiency and prepare children for school success.
Nā Pono No Nā ʻOhana
Nā Pono No Nā ‘Ohana is a comprehensive family education program. The program is located at Blanche Pope Elementary School in Waimānalo where the family comes to school to learn together.
Pili A Paʻa
Pili A Pa‘a is an educational project that was created to address critical deficits in reading, math and science for the Native Hawaiian students on the island of Hawai‘i.