Trips and Camps 
*2018-19 Dates and Prices
If you do not see the Trip or Camp registration form on your Hanalani profile, please contact your divisional office. 
4th Grade Big Island Trip 
* Required 

Trip Cost: $560
Dates of trip: May 1-3, 2019
Point of Contact: elementary@hanalani.org 
Registration: Registered and paid for on SMART Tuition form 

Students tour the Big Island
learning about the history of the Big Island regardling its culture, nature and scientific changes, and current ongoing volcanic activities. Students are able to see the Halemaumau Crater and the various eruptions from the volcano, as well as learn about the influence of the early missionaries on the islands. 
5th Grade Overnight Trip 
* Required

Trip Cost: $130
Dates of Trip: Coming Soon!
Point of Contact: elementary@hanalani.org 
Registration: Registered and paid for on SMART Tuition form

In 5th grade students learn U.S. History from the founding of America through the second World War. As a culmination of the World War II unit, students get to experience a night on a real battleship, the USS Missouri. Students are taken on a tour of the ship, learn about naval warfare, the events of Pearl Harbor, and see the “Surrender Deck,” whereon Japan officially surrendered to the U.S. during WWII. Students get to eat in the same mess hall, and sleep in the same bunks as the seamen who lived aboard the ship. 
6th Grade Camp
* Required

Trip Cost: $130
Dates of Trip: August 30-31, 2018
Point of Contact: elementary@hanalani.org

This overnight camp offers students the chance to bond as a class, engage in team building, and start the school year as a unified group.
8th Grade Maui Trip 
Optional

Trip Cost: $825
Registration: Paid for on SMART Tuition form and an online registration form is submitted by August. 
Dates of Trip: October 6-9, 2018
Point of Contact: upperschool@hanalani.org

Every year, the eighth grade class takes an enjoyable and educational trip to Maui. Although the trip is not mandatory, we strongly encourage each one to attend as it is a very memorable trip. While there, we will be staying at the beautiful Grand Wailea Resort and Spa.  Our itinerary is very full and includes: a snorkeling cruise, a zip-lining tour, a sunrise on top of Haleakala, shopping on Front Street in Lahaina, Maui Ocean Center, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, and a few more surprises!
9th and 10th Grade Day Camp 
* Required

Trip Cost: $65
Date of Camp: August 31, 2018
Point of Contact: upperschool@hanalani.org 

Our goal is to equip students to serve God and others by developing their character, skills, and knowledge of servant leadership. This premise shapes the direction of our Upper School camps and retreats. This camp is a day full of sessions both as a large body and as small groups that give the students practical take aways that can be applied at school. There are plenty of fun games and activities during the day as well as lunch provided.
11th and 12th Retreat  
* Required

Retreat Cost: $130
Date of Retreat: August 30-31, 2018
Point of Contact: upperschool@hanalani.org 

Our Juniors and Seniors get the opportunity to sit in on large and small group sessions that discuss servant leadership and the impact each student has on their campus culture. Meals are provided and the students participate in team building exercises, class bonding, and games. It's the perfect chance to grow together as classmates!
Senior Class Trip 
Optional

Trip Cost: $2,250
Registration: Form available on personal Hanalani profile 
Dates of Trip: March 29-April 6, 2019
Point of Contact: upperschool@hanalani.org
Spring Trip, 2019 East Coast
* Optional

Trip Cost: TBD
Dates of Trip: March 20-29, 2019
Point of Contact: upperschool@hanalani.org

Information coming soon!
Fine Arts California Tour
Choir and Band 

Trip Cost: $1,600.00 *estimate, subject to change 
Registration Date: TBD 
Dates of Trip: February 23- March 2, 2019 
Point of Contact: Mr. Nathan Sugimoto nhs@hanalani.org  

This trip is to provide our Fine Arts students the opportunity to perform on a music tour, to gain the experience of performing on the mainland, to learn life-long lessons not taught in the classroom, and to represent our state, school, and our Lord. In addition to Disneyland Anaheim/California Adventure Park, we are planning to perform also at Knott’s Berry Farm and new this year, Six Flags Magic Mountain.