APIS Extended Learning Program

The APIS Extended Learning Program provides a myriad of on- and off-campus activities. The goals of the APIS Extended Learning Program are:

  • To provide authentic, hands-on opportunities to foster and apply 21st-century character traits, skills, and dispositions.
  • To challenge students to explore their own interests and expand horizons in order to kindle a passion for lifelong learning.
  • To support mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional development and well-being.
  • To nurture the value of service and teamwork, building skills of effective collaboration.
  • To apply student-driven inquiry into important real-world issues and problems.
  • To promote happiness and fun as an important part of healthy living.
  • To appreciate, to connect with, and to learn from the nature and the environment.

All of our activities are tailored to meet student needs and interests and will be made available accordingly. Some may be an hour or a weeklong activity; they may take place not only on our campus but also on various sites across the Hawaiian islands. Here is a list of possible activities:

    Athletics

  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Swimming
  • Paddling
  • Cross Country
    Recreational & Special Interest

  • Disk Golf
  • Hiking
  • Surfing
  • Fitness
  • Snorkeling
  • Equestrian Program
  • Adventure Outdoor Club
  • Hawaiian Culture and History
  • Global Issues
    Visual and Performing Arts

  • Individual Lessons (vocal & instrumental)
  • Jazz Ensemble
  • Photography
  • Multi-media/Movie making
  • Drama Club
  • Fun Art
  • Pottery
  • Praise Worship
    Science, Nature, & Environment

  • Robotics
  • Sea Turtle Conservation
  • Fish Farming
  • Aquaponics
  • Marine Biology Research
  • Sustainable Environment Club
  • Gardening Club
  • Science Olympiad
    Leadership and Service Initiatives

  • Community Conservation and Restoration
  • Volunteer Service Clubs
  • Student Government
  • Business/Investment Clubs
  • Various Student Initiated Leadership/Service Learning Projects