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HTA’s virtual Summer School program is open to any Hawai‘i resident student entering grades 9-12. Courses include a combination of live virtual classes and independent work.

Please note: General Art and Modern History of Hawai‘i are no longer available.

Virtual summer school FAQs

Please review the Summer School Catalog for full information

Mandatory orientation (all students): June 4

5-week course: June 5 - July 12
3-week Session 1: June 5 - 28
3-week Session 2: July 1 -19


Summer school will observe these holidays:

June 11, King Kamehameha Day

June 19, Juneteenth Day

July 4, Independence Day

Registration opens on Thursday, March 28 and runs until May 24.

The waitlist closes on June 3.

HTA's Virtual Summer School Program is open to any Hawai‘i resident student entering grades 9-12. 
​This includes:
  • Department of Education (DOE) students
  • Public Charter School (PCS) students
  • Private school students
  • Homeschool students

Families will register for summer school through our internal portal, HonuHub. You can access HonuHub and begin the registration process by clicking the link on this webpage when it is available on March 28. 

5-week course: $190
3-week course: $95
All courses are scheduled between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Please refer to the Summer School Catalog for specific class schedules.
If a student is waitlisted, their class time may be subject to change based on current enrollment numbers and whether an additional section needs to be created to accommodate all students.

High school students can take up to 1 credit-worth of course work.

P.E. Life Fitness, Health, General Art, Digital Photography 1, Financial Literacy. 

Our virtual summer school is a five-day-a-week program, which includes weekly live virtual classes via Zoom as well as independent student workdays. Please note, this is not a self-paced program. You can expect to spend three to four hours a day on your courses. This is a compact, accelerated program; one day is equal to one week of regular school. 

Students are required to log on daily and attendance is taken by your teacher.

Withdrawal requests may be initiated by the parent/guardian to be approved by the Summer School Director.  
These are the last days to withdraw with a "W"
Full 5-week session drop deadline:  June 18
Session 1 (3-week) drop deadline:  June 14
Session 2 (3-week) drop deadline: July 10

Please note that all refunds are via PayPal — you need to have a PayPal account.

The last day to withdraw for 100 percent refund: Up to June 4.

Last day to withdraw for 50 percent refund: June 10.
No refunds will be given after June 10.
No refund or credit/grade will be given to any student who is dismissed from summer school.

• Daily access to a computer with high-speed internet access.

• Word-processing programs and email account.

• Knowledge and ability to use those resources.

• Complete the mandatory online training at the beginning of summer.

For enrolled HTA students, yes. However, we do not provide laptops for students who are not enrolled with us during the regular school year.

HTA staff cannot provide course guidance counseling to students who are not attending HTA during the regular school year. Non-HTA students must contact their current school counselor to ensure proper course placement. 

Questions about HTA’s virtual summer school?