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College Kick-Start Workshops.p
For rising Seniors (Cass of 2024) planning to apply to 4 year colleges/universities.
@Kaiser HS, CCRC, Room H101
Session 1: May 30-June 1
Session 2: June 6-8
Limited seats, register today.
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See the flyer in the sidebar.
Virtual Essay & Application Boot Camps & Resources for Students:c

  • Summer Personal Statement Boot Camps (Options in June and July)
  • College Application & Supplemental Essay Boot Camp (Early August)
  • UC Personal Insight Question Boot Camp (Mid-July)
  • Student Access to My Choose Your Own Adventure Tool (Which Answers Pretty Much Any College Essay Question a Student Might Have)
Click here or on the logo to register.
Click here for even more courses and videos for students and parents.
KCC and Gear Up Present the Health Bridge Programk
For students interested in the health profession.
June, 2023 - Sugust 2023.
Free College Credits: PHYL 141 & PHYL 141L
Questions? Contact [email protected]
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Project Hōkūlani, housed at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa is recruiting students entering 9th - 12th grade on theh islands of Oʻahu, Hawaiʻi Island, Kauaʻi, Molokaʻi, and Lānaʻi, with a priority given to Native Hawaiians.


This free, year-long (September 2023-July 2024) college prep program will guide students to:

  • understand the college application process;

  • find funding to pay for college;

  • participate in an early college/dual credit course;

  • engage in hands-on science activities hosted at local college campuses; and

  • participate in a paid STEM internship in Summer 2024.

Spaces are limited, apply today! Applications due Friday, June 2nd at


Learn more about Project Hōkūlani at

Or check out our video here!

Lexicon Ambassador Programl
We are currently offering 15 scholarships on a first come, first serve basis for the summer term to cover tuition
  • This unique program offers the opportunity to participate in international  projects online through the use of zoom lectures and an online classroom.
  • The program offers engagement with mentors who are leaders in their area of expertise, as well as unprecedented support for the leadership program students in the form of assistance with college and scholarship applications.
  • The program also offers academic support for all mentees in the form of live instructor-based SAT zoom lectures (at no additional cost). 
All learners will receive a letter of evaluation which can be used for college and scholarship applications. 
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See the flyer in the sidebar.
JULY 10-14, 2023
8:00am–3:30pm • Max. students: 75 • Course fee: $500
This week-long summer program provides an engaging learning opportunity for students interested in health professions.
The program will take place at the UH Ma¯noa John A. Burns School of Medicine in Kaka’ako.
This course is not graded and not for college credit.
Marine Science Investigations High School Programm
JULY 17-21, 2023 9am-3pm Max. students: 24 Course fee: $1,000*
*Students from Hawai‘i high schools may receive a $500 subsidy to assist with this fee and are strongly encouraged to apply to the program by submitting this application form.
This week-long summer program provides an engaging, hands-on learning opportunity for students interested in marine science research.
The program will take place at the Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology at Moku o Lo‘e in Kāne‘ohe Bay, part of the School of Ocean and
Earth Science and Technology at UH Mānoa. Note: Adjustments for health and safety reasons will be made as needed.
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If you are currently in grade 12 and coming to UH Mānoa in Fall 2023, get an early start on your college experience with the Early Start Program.

The Early Start Program gives you a chance to register for high demand courses in the summer so you can fulfill basic requirements earlier and with the bonus of program staff to help you along the way. Interact with faculty and advisors who can help you navigate your academic career. Get to know the campus, including Mānoa’s libraries, recreational and health facilities, Campus Center, and other student resources and be better prepared for your fall semester of college!

aNative Hawaiian Health Cohortk
3 Free KCC Summer Credits
5 Free KCC Fall Credits.
See the QR code in the flyer in the sidebar.
Meet peers and get FREE college credits! Food, technology, and supplies included!!
JUNE 12TH 2023 ~ AUGUST 3RD 2023
Sign-up now. Seats are limited.
Questions? Contact Miki 
[email protected] or (808) 734-9339g

Honolulu Community College Auto Academya

HonCC has a Summer program that is a 4 college credit program fully paid for and sponsored by the First Hawaiian Bank and the Cutter Dealerships. Students attend a 6 week Summer program that starts on June 12th, and runs till July 21 2023.

Throughout this program students spend half of the day at the Cutter dealerships working in the shops along with technicians and getting the experience of working in the shop, and the other half of the day we are at the HonCC shop going over the curriculum to our AMT 22. This class gives the student credit for the Automotive intro class that needs to be taken when enrolling into the Automotive Technology programs in our UH Community College Systems. Students are supplied with t-shirts, Steel toe shoes, and tools for the shop, but are responsible for work pants when working at the dealership and at the HonCC shop.

See the app packet in the sidebar.

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The GenCyber Hawaii team would like to invite you to join us for the 2023 GenCyber Hawaii Summer Camps! Open to allg Hawaii middle and high school students, start your cybersecurity journey and learn the basics of information technology and cybersecurity!

Inspiring the Next GENeration of CYBER Stars

GenCyber's mission is to grow the number of students studying cybersecurity in the United States. The program includes summer camps across the nation designed for middle and high school students and teachers. The camps focus on engaging the learners with sound cybersecurity principles and teaching techniques. Camps are FREE and funded jointly by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation.

For more information, please visit

Manda Tong at [email protected]

The Hawaii Pre-Health Career Corps is a free year-round program for students of any age who want top pursue a health career. Its purpose is to increase awareness about health careers, provide mentoring, shadowing and research experiences, and provide campus exposure to health careers. This program is for students who live in Hawaii or have ties to Hawaii.


The mission of PHCC is to increase awareness about health careers, connect students with mentoring, shadowing and research experiences, and provide campus exposure to health careers. Through their years in the Corps, students are given progressive responsibility and serve as mentors to incoming members, thus providing a group support system for students interested in pursuing health careers.

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The program focuses on molding student volunteers into strong servant leaders. By developings their leadership skills and providing opportunities to engage with mentors and other students from across the nation, the SLC’s aim is to produce skilled volunteers who have a greater appreciation for Veteran based servant leadership and volunteering.
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This is free and open to the public! 
This is similar to UHM's Preview Day so this is a great opportunity for all students and families to learn more about what KCC has to offer.
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We’re giving away $200,000 to high schools and students! Teensp ages 14-19 who register for High School Summer Pass™ can help win a grant for their school and participate in a video contest for a chance to win a scholarship. 

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With no prior experience or knowledge required, any 9th - 12th grader can learn the basics of Artificial Intelligence by participating in one of our Intro to AI Bootcamps.