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Adult School in Hawaii with Education Program Summaries

Adult learning opportunities are available through schools located throughout Hawaii and its islands. Topics discussed in these studies range from career-based to personal interests. This article focuses on two Hawaii community schools providing these types of adult programs.

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Schools and Programs

Hawaii's Department of Education lists 11 adult community, or adult education, schools. These schools are located throughout the islands of Hawaii, Oahu, Kauai and Maui. Most schools offer adult general education diploma programs and programs for English language learners. Some schools also offer special interest courses, such as those in:

  • Finance
  • Yoga
  • Painting
  • Photography

Most courses are at the beginner level. Detailed below are programs available to adult learners at two Hawaii community schools, addressing these and other areas of study.

Wahiawa Community School's Adult Education Programs

The Wahiawa Community School is located on the island of Oahu. In addition to adult general education courses and several special interest courses, the school offers English as a second language (ESL) courses.

General Educational Development Programs

The General Educational Development (GED) programs help adult students receive a State of Hawaii High School Diploma. Students earn a diploma by completing specific courses or by passing an exam.

English as a Second Language Programs

For students learning to speak English, English as a second language (ESL) programs are available at various levels. A citizenship program is also offered.

Finance Courses

These courses are for adults who need to increase their knowledge in this area. Course topics include retirement and financial planning, fixed incomes and managing debt.

Fine Arts Courses

Students can learn painting, sewing or photography techniques. Alternatively, they can participate in Tai Chi or hula classes or learn to play the ukulele.

Contact Information

  • Address: 1515 California Ave., Wahiawa, HI 96786
  • Phone: (808) 622-1634

Moanalua/Aiea Community School for Adults' Education Programs

The Moanalua/Aiea Community School is also located on the island of Oahu. Adult basic education course, ESL and GED programs are offered. Students may also take special interest courses in technology, finance and health.

English as a Second Language Programs

ESL programs are intended for non-English speaking adults, who need to develop language skills to function in everyday society. The curriculum also includes a civics course to assist immigrant students with the naturalization process.

General Educational Development Programs

The GED program tests students in the areas of writing, social studies, science, reading and mathematics and awards a high school diploma equivalent. Additionally, a competency-based diploma program provides further development in the areas of community resources, occupational knowledge, consumer economics, health and government and law.

Technology Courses

Moanalua/Aiea offers instruction in computer technology in the areas of basic computer usage and software applications, including Excel and PowerPoint. Courses are designed for the beginner user.

Finance Courses

Topics for financial courses focus on personal financial matters. Students can take courses in budgeting, teaching children about money and mutual fund basics.

Health Courses

All health courses are physical fitness related. Students may participate in yoga, hula, golf, tennis or Okinawan Bon Dance.

Contact Information

  • Address: 2825-A Ala Ilima St., Honolulu, HI 96818
  • Phone: (808) 837-8466
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