When your child applies for admission to Hale Keiki School (HKS), you connect to a very special community. HKS is a place where patriotism, values, creativity, physical education, art, and hands-on-classroom instruction are the building blocks for your child’s mind, body, and spirit.
HKS children join an educational community dedicated to military dependents and local children in the community we live and play. Each day, instruction begins with the Pledge of Allegiance and a cheerful chorus of the National Anthem.
Children progress through a collaborative educational program. Teachers, preschool through sixth grade, work to create a seamless curriculum program incorporating math, science, spelling, and language with upward spiraling advancement through each grade. High SAT scores attest to the school's rigorous curriculum and devoted teachers.
Mindful of time demands on military and working families, HKS offers robust before and after-school care with independently contracted enrichment programs in language, science, dance, and golf. HKS also offers care during vacation seasons for families that have dual working parents, or just need the additional support, please see our Interim Care page.
We realize a private education at Hale Keiki School is an investment (not just of money but also of time, energy, and caring). Through the generosity of grants and our own parents, we do everything we can to help make an HKS education accessible and affordable. Parents can apply for and receive need-based financial aid after the financial aid application process.
HKS also offers an online payment option through FACTS. Please click here to set up and/or update your secure personal FACTS Automatic Tuition Payment Program.
HKS maintains long wait lists and strives to admit as many students as possible.
Please fill out the form below to get more information about our current openings.
Hale Keiki School, Inc. admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.