Welcome to the Aloha MAP summer program. Aloha MAP - Meritorious Achievement Program, a Native Hawaiian Education initiative, is a federally funded grant project, fiscally sponsored by Friends of the Future, a Hawaii 501(c)3 non-profit corporation located in Waimea, Hawai'i.
Aloha MAP offers children and youth culturally-relevant academic and cultural learning opportunities designed to reduce summer learning loss, improve student proficiency in English Language Arts and Math and increase student knowledge in Hawaiian language and culture.
The Aloha MAP staff are excited to provide high-impact, motivational, energizing and stimulating learning experiences for all participants. We appreciate the continued support of our Hawai'i Island communities and look forward to serving participating children, youth and families.
2018 Aloha MAP Summer Program Application
A primary caretaker/ legal guardian is required to complete and submit one online application per child/youth interested in consideration for acceptance into the Aloha MAP summer program.
All correspondence regarding this application will be directed via e-mail to the primary caretaker/legal guardian listed in the application. Please ensure that a valid e-mail and phone number for the primary caretaker/legal guardian are provided. Aloha MAP will not be responsible for communication errors due to invalid e-mail or phone numbers provided in this application.
The primary caretaker/legal guardian will receive an acceptance letter and further admission instructions, by email, for the child/youth that is accepted to participate in the Aloha MAP summer program.
Acceptance letters will be distributed through May 1, 2018.
Aloha MAP will enroll up to 400 students.
Once program capacity is met, all other applications will be placed on a wait list.
Special Note: Submission of this application does not guarantee acceptance into the Aloha MAP summer program.
Location: Kealakehe High School
Dates: M-F, June 7, 2018 - July 6, 2018
Holidays: June 11, 2018 (Kamehameha Day) and July 4, 2018 (Independence Day)
Registration Fee: $0
Eligibility: Children/Youth over 4years and 8months and under 19 years of age, enrolled in Konawaena or Kealakehe complex schools by June 7, 2018.
Kealakehe Complex Schools
- Holualoa Elementary
- Kealakehe Elementary
- Kealakehe Intermediate
- Kealakehe High
- Waikoloa Elementary & Middle
- Innovations PCS
- Kanu o ka Aina NCPCS
- West Hawaii Explorations PCS
Konawaena Complex Schools
- Honaunau Elementary
- Hookena Elementary
- Kahakai Elementary
- Ke Kula o Ehunuikaimalino
- Konawaena Elementary
- Konawaena Middle
- Konawaena High
- Kona Pacific PCS
Meals & Snacks
The primary caretaker/legal guardian may indicate and authorize in the Aloha MAP summer program application for their child/youth to participate in the National School Lunch Program Seamless Summer Option (NSLPSSO). Contingent upon NSLPSSO application approvals,Kealakehe High School NSLPSSO will provide USDA approved nutritious breakfast and lunch meals, serving children through age 18, and at no cost to families.
The primary caretaker/legal guardian is responsible for providing a morning and afternoon snack and bottle of water daily for their child/youth who will participate in NSLPSSO.
For the child/youth not participating in NSLPSSO, their primary caretaker/legal guardian is responsible for providing a breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon snack and bottle of water daily.
The nutritional value and perishability of foods should always be considered.
Transportation to and from the Aloha MAP summer program will not be provided. Transportation arrangements are the responsibility of the primary caretaker/legal guardian.
The Aloha MAP Summer Academy has been proposed and is currently in process of becoming licensed under Hawaii Administrative Rules Title 17 Department of Human Services Subtitle 6 Benefit, Employment and Support Services Division Chapter 896 Licensing of Before and After School Child Care Facilities.