• Hawai‘i State public charter intermediate and high school servicing students from grades 7-12.
    • Approved by the State Board of Education on January 11, 2001, and opened its school doors on August 23, 2001.
    • Competitive curriculum integrating Hawaiian culture and Keaukaha history, tradition, and resources.
    • Over 100 seniors have graduated since 2001
    • Affiliated with community programs like Queen Lili‘uokalani Children’s Center’s Keaukaha summer program (1996 to present) and night tutorial program, Alu Like, and Kamehameha Schools.
    • Strives for higher academic achievement and personal well-being of students.

             The Enrichment Tracks integrated in KALPCS curriculum:

    • *Genealogy and Historical Linkages
    • *Hawaiian Arts
    • *Ocean and Coastline Conservation
    • *Vocation and Career Leadership