Hālau Kū Māna Public Charter School


Grades Served: 4 -12
School Code: #540
Type of Charter: Start-up
Enrollment Count: 142

These figures represent each school’s August official enrollment count, which include all grades served from kindergarten through grade 12, but do not include preschool. Note: These counts are different from the October 15 enrollment counts, which are used to determine charter schools’ per-pupil allocations.



Ho‘okumu – Foster a sense of esteem, stewardship and kuleana to the ‘aina, our communities and ourselves, through grounding in the ancestral knowledges and practices of Hawai‘i and the academic skills necessary to excel in the 21st century. 


Ho‘okele – Explore and inquire in ways that build upon our ancestral wisdom and bridge to other communities and cultures in a harmonious manner, thus moving toward our highest personal and community goals. 


Ho‘omana – Provide sustenance and empowerment for ourselves and our communities by striving for high academic, cultural, social, environmental, and economic standards, thus nourishing all piko (centers) – cognitive, emotional, spiritual, and physical. 



HKM’s vision is to facilitate individual and community healing and empowerment by fostering lifelong learners who think, feel and act in ways that are pono for recognizing strengths and addressing challenges as they seek positive, systemic change in their local, regional and global communities. 

Reopening Procedures SY 2020-21

Contact Information

Interim Principal: Keolani Noa

Governing Board Chair: Janeen Olds


Mailing Address: 

Hālau Kū Māna Public Charter School

2101 Makiki Heights Drive

Honolulu, HI. 96822






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Academic Performance

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​State Public Charter School Commission


1164 Bishop Street, Suite 1100

Honolulu, HI 96813

Tel: 808-586-3775

Fax: 808-586-3776

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* The Commission gratefully acknowledges  former Commissioner, Dr. Peter Hanohano, and the Office of Hawaiian Affairs for the translation of the Commission’s name.

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