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Ka Makani Keiki Camp

Ka Makani Keiki Camp


What we're all about...

Create wonderful memories of summer 2023!
Summer at HPA invites rising kindergarteners through fifth-graders to explore the gifts of Hawaiʻi Island. From mauka (mountain-side) to makai (ocean-side), students participate in the creative arts, science, games, movement, gardening, hiking along our majestic hills and mountains, and discovering the wonders of the sea. Our many activities promote go-green concepts and the importance of working collaboratively to sustain our natural environment.

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Contact us

Hawai'i Preparatory Academy

Heidi Emmons




Our camp address

Ka Makani Keiki Camp

65-1274 Kawaihae Road








Age Range:



All Genders


Day students




HPA is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges

What we offer...


Summer at HPA for grades K to 5 (ages 5-10) takes place at the Village Campus in our multi-purpose building, Hale ʻĪnana, and on HPA’s Upper Campus, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day. Each Friday will feature a different off-campus excursion.

Our dynamic enrichment program includes diverse activities such as movement/dance, music, visual art, up-cycle projects, and reader’s theatre. There will be an off campus excursion each Friday. Activities may change according to age group and availability.

Cost & Sessions

The Summer at HPA Ka Makani Keiki Camp program runs for 8 one-week sessions:
Attend single or multiple weeks
June 5 - 9
June 12 - 16
June 19 - 23
June 26 - 30
July 3 - 7 (including July 4)
July 10 -14
July 17 - 21
July 24 - 28, 2023

The cost is $475 per week. Tuition includes lunch and a snack daily, one t-shirt, and the cost of all excursions. Camp is from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Mondays through Fridays.
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