Ka ʻikena E-School no nā haumāna/mākua o

ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Ānuenue

E-school Information for Students/Parents of Ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Ānuenue

For students in/entering grades 9-12 (Occasional classes for grades 6-8 like Computer Science)


Kākau Inoa no nā Papa Kauwela E-School (Register for Summer E-School classes):

E hoʻomaka ana ke kākau inoa ʻana ma ka lā 4/1/21, 8:30AM ā i ka piha ʻana o nā papa (Registration begins April 1, 2021, 8:30 AM and continues until classes are full).

E heluhelu i nā ʻikena ā pau ma kēia ʻaoʻao ma mua o ke kākau inoa ʻana. (Please read all the information on this page before registering.)

A laila, e hoʻopihapiha i kēia palapala Google (fill out this google form) Anuenue E-School Interest Form a e kāomi ma ( and then, click here): Kākau Inoa no E-School Kauwela (E-School Summer Registration)

He aha ia mea kapa ʻia ʻo E-School (What is E-school about)?

  • E-School Page: E-School Homepage

  • Students can sign up for Semester-Long or Year-Long courses.

  • Classes are taught in ENGLISH by a teacher who lives in Hawaiʻi, has a Hawaiʻi Teaching License and is Highly-qualified in the area of the courses they teach. Many of the kumu are current Hawaiʻi public school teachers.

  • Most of the classes are for 9-12 graders. There are a few for 6-7-8 graders.

  • Students must be able to do the work for these classes on their own at home. (No in-school time will be given)

  • Please take a look at E-Schoolʻs program policies: Nā Kulekele Papahana E-School (E-School Program Policies)

  • Requirements for Success? Self-Motivation is #1. Read more here: Ka Hana Maikaʻi (E-School Success)

  • Take the E-School readiness quiz to see if you are mākaukau: Mākaukau no E-School (Are you ready)?

  • E-School courses are free during the school year. Summer school classes have a regular summer school fee.

Komo au i nā papa E-School hea? (What classes can I/my keiki take?)

  • As Kaiapuni students, our Ānuenue students should concentrate on taking E-School courses that they cannot take in Hawaiian here at Ānuenue.

  • Remember that whatever course the student chooses, he/she must be ready to do the work independently. Students communicate with the E-School teacher through e-mail or by phone/zoom/webex during the teacher's office hours.

  • We would suggest the following courses for 9-12 grade students:

    • English Courses like: Expository Writing 1

    • Social Studies Courses like: Psychology, Ethnic Studies, Economics.

    • Math Courses for students who are strong in math or who would like to repeat a course for extra practice: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2.

    • Electives like: French, Spanish, Chinese. Please note that these are year courses, so the student needs to stay engaged for the whole 10 months.

  • You can see a listing of possible school courses here: E-School Courses. You may need to filter the courses by year or semester.
  • Please fill out this google form so that we have a record of your intent to take an e-school course. Anuenue E-School Interest Form
  • If you have questions, please email the counselor, kaui_angell@anuenue.org or registrar, mahinalani_kamaka@anuenue.org.


Pēhea e kākau inoa ai no E-School (How do I register for E-School)?

  • For Summer 2021, please go to the E-school Summer Site and read all information carefully. You should do the online registration on April 1, 2021 at 8:30 for the best chance of getting into a class.

    • Please make sure you have a student email and a separate parent email when you register.

    • Students must not use the anuenue.org email since it will not accept outside emails.

    • Gmail addresses will work.

    • Beware of Yahoo addresses - Eschool emails may automatically go to your Spam mailbox.

    • Students should have their student ID number when they register.

  • For Fall 2021-22, Spring 2021-22 or School Year 2021-22 registration, please do the following:
    • Fill out the E-School Interest Form here: Anuenue E-School Interest Form

    • Make an appointment with the counselor to decide on the course you want to register for and choose Fall, Spring or Year.

    • Some courses that might be recommended are: Psychology, Economics, Ethnic Studies, Expository Writing, Computer Science, General Art, language classes like Spanish, Chinese, French. Math classes may be suitable for students who are very strong. These classes are Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2. Lastly, Advanced Placement classes are available for students who are able to keep up with the fast pace and rigorous assignments.

    • Registration for Fall 2021-22 begins on April 15th at 8:30 and continues until courses are full, so please fill out the interest form and schedule a meeting with your counselor to choose your course and one alternate course.

    • The school will process your registration on April 15th.