Hawaii’s schools have notoriously short summer breaks. For public schools, the school year ends at the end of May and reconvenes in the later part of July. Many parents ask what options are available. I’ve begun compiling an informal listing of programs and links which can be found here. https://eastoahu96825.com/index.php/education/summer-school-oahu […]
Parents, imagine that your government gave you tax dollars to custom fit and finance your child’s K-12 education. Sounds good, doesn’t it? Arizona did just that in 2011 and Florida followed suit in 2014. The way it works is this: The government gives you 90 percent of what it would […]
Do you want to learn to play tennis? The United States Tennis Association’s Play to Learn program may be just right for you. Classes meet for 6 weeks and registration is $39 for youth, $45 for adults. For East Oahu, area venues include Koko Head, Diamond Head, Kahala, Aina Haina […]
The Hawaii Concert Band is a newly-formed band comprised of professional musicians, community members, military personnel, and music teachers. The first performance is Saturday, March 28 at 7:30 PM at Kaimuki High School Auditorium. Admission is free.