Kapolei Charter School by Goodwill

Profile

Grades Served: 9-10

Geographic Area Served: Oahu

School Code: #555
Type of Charter: Start-up

Enrollment Count: 49

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.

Mission:

The Kapolei Charter School by Goodwill Hawaii (KCS) will interrupt generational poverty by providing customized, meaningful, and alternative educational opportunities to students who may not be successful in the traditional educational system. With high academic standards, KCS will assist 9th - 12th grade students to graduate with a high school diploma, while providing enriching wrap around services to help them navigate challenges and overcome barriers, allowing them to reach academic success. Students will also graduate with a post-secondary certification and/or community college credits to ensure a smooth transition into the workforce and become contributing citizens of their local communities through the power of education and work.

 

Vision:

The Vision Statement of KCS is to “Interrupt generational poverty through the opportunity for gaining meaningful education and employment to achieve personal fulfillment and self-sufficiency.”

Contact Information

Director: Wanda Villareal

Governing Board Chair: Malcom Lau

Address:

2140 Lauwiliwili Street

Kapolei, HI 96707

 

Phone: 

808-690-9909

Website:

http://www.kcshawaii.org/

Contract

Current State Public Charter School Contract

2017-2021

Academic Performance

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​State Public Charter School Commission

 

1111 Bishop Street, Suite 516

Honolulu, HI 96813
info@spcsc.hawaii.gov

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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