Waipahu re-masters

Just wow! Miss Monette’s high school drawing and painting class studied famous artwork across history and then recreated a chosen…

Kona’s Kayah L talks to the Big Island Pulse about how she has been able to harness HTA’s flexible schedule and Career-Based Learning program to pursue her passions.

Distance Learning senior Sophia F does a LOT. In addition to being a stellar student, Sophia is HTA’s National Honor…

HTA students join Lāhainā Strong and learn about the power of community and aloha

Our Grade 4 and 5 students volunteered for a day with Lāhainā Strong and learned firsthand how they can make…

THE PERSUASIVE ESSAY GETS A NEW LEASE ON LIFE Kaua‘i ELA teacher Jaben Schalk invites his students to rant. Concerned…

INSPIRED BY NATURE Fallen leaves, animals, rainbows, and love … these were among the inspirations for the stunning guardian sculptures…

Our Waipahu media students were in action again at the Shoots Summit in January. They scooped some awards and it also looks like they had a pretty good time.

At the recent Global Vision Summit, 14 of our Waipahu PAAC club students stepped into the world of high-stakes diplomacy….

OR: HOW GREG BURNS BECAME HTA LĀHAINĀ’S SANTA A chance encounter at the checkout led to a truly special Lāhainā…

It is with great pleasure that we announce the opening of Chyanne K’s photographic exhibition: A View on Distance Learning….

Our Kaua‘i middle school students joined Kumano I Ke Ala at the Aloha Aina Poi Company to harvest kalo and…

Kaua‘i’s Leilani K had the trip of a lifetime this summer when she joined KIUC’s Youth Tour to Washington D.C….