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Prospective members are encouraged to visit the group during regularly scheduled Park Days. Find maps and the latest information about the Park Days on our Front Page.

The Hawai’i Homeschool Association is organized to enable its members to share homeschooling ideas and experiences and to disseminate information relevant to homeschoolers on Oahu. HHA itself does not organize or sponsor any classes, events, field trips, etc., but HHA members are encouraged to organize such activities and share them with other members of the group through the HHA website and bulletin board in order to provide educational opportunities for our children and opportunities for members to share their homeschooling experiences, participate in group activities, and socialize with one another. Parents are responsible for making their own decisions concerning the education and activities of their children.

At the moment, Membership is free of charge.

Sample HHA programs

Annual Shakespeare Festival, other drama productions, Great Books Foundation Junior Literature Program, Toastmasters International Youth Leadership and Public Speaking Program

Sample field trips

Hawai'i Maritime Museum Living History Program, Honolulu Academy of Arts, Polynesian Cultural Center, Honolulu Theatre for Youth, Honolulu Symphony, Hawaii Opera Theatre, Waimea Falls Park, Waikiki Aquarium, Sea Life Park, Hawaii Newspaper Agency, Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, Diamond Head Air Traffic Control Center, Dave's Ice Cream factory, United Airlines, TheBus, Love's Bakery, whale watching, reef walks, United Airlines and U.S. Department of Agriculture, US Post Office, fire stations and many more.

Other events

Camping, hiking, beach days, boxcar racing, water park, bowling, ice skating, family dances, pool parties, picnics and potlucks. For parents, we offer workshops, information nights, and social events.