Welcome to E-School

SUMMER REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.

Please consider other online summer schools such as Hawaii Tech Academy, Kaimuki High School, Radford High School, or Mililani High School. You may contact these schools directly for more information. Additionally, check with your primary school to inquire if they will be offering a distance learning option or the Hawaii State Department of Education's Summer School Listing.

2020 Summer School Registration

Online Registration Begins: Monday, April 6, 2020 at 8:30 a.m.

Online Registration Ends: Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. (IMPORTANT: E-SCHOOL IS NOT ACCEPTING ANY REGISTRATIONS AFTER THIS DATE)

Please click HERE for more information and course listing.

Students are only allowed to enroll in up to one credit for summer school. This means students can take two .5 semester classes (e.g. Modern History of Hawaii and Participation in Democracy) OR one 1 credit class (e.g. Algebra 2). Please refer to the course listing to determine credits for courses.

Parents/guardians must register their child.

Due to COVID-19, we anticipate a higher number of requests in the days ahead. We appreciate your patience when registering.

For questions or concerns, please email eschool@hawaiidoe.k12.hi.us.

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2020-2021 Fall/Year/Spring Registration

Early Registration for HVLN Member and Geographically Isolated Schools: April 2, 2020 (8:30 a.m.)

Regular Registration: April 16, 2020 (8:30 a.m.)

Please click HERE for more information and course listing.

*New classes for 2020-2021: AP Human Geography, French 1 and 2**

Please note: Computer Science: Understanding Technology (Grades 6-8 ONLY) Fall and Spring sections are full. Please continue to waitlist your students for potential openings. This will assist E-School in determining course demand.

During the regular school year (not including summer), primary schools register students for courses.

2020 Summer School Registration

Online Registration Begins: Monday, April 6, 2020 at 8:30 a.m.

Online Registration Ends: Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. (IMPORTANT: E-SCHOOL IS NOT ACCEPTING ANY REGISTRATIONS AFTER THIS DATE)

Please click HERE for more information and course listing.

Students are only allowed to enroll in up to one credit for summer school. This means students can take two .5 semester classes (e.g. Modern History of Hawaii and Participation in Democracy) OR one 1 credit class (e.g. Algebra 2). Please refer to the course listing to determine credits for courses.

Parents/guardians must register their child.

Due to COVID-19, we anticipate a higher number of requests in the days ahead. We appreciate your patience when registering.

For questions or concerns, please email eschool@hawaiidoe.k12.hi.us.

______________________________________________________________________________________________

2020-2021 Fall/Year/Spring Registration

Early Registration for HVLN Member and Geographically Isolated Schools: April 2, 2020 (8:30 a.m.)

Regular Registration: April 16, 2020 (8:30 a.m.)

Please click HERE for more information and course listing.

*New classes for 2020-2021: AP Human Geography, French 1 and 2**

Please note: Computer Science: Understanding Technology (Grades 6-8 ONLY) Fall and Spring sections are full. Please continue to waitlist your students for potential openings. This will assist E-School in determining course demand.

During the regular school year (not including summer), primary schools register students for courses.

You have made a great decision to experience this innovative method of online learning.

Colleges and the business community are already adopting this platform for delivering instruction and professional training, and your experience and familiarization with this learning model will greatly benefit you. After undergoing this online learning experience, you will find yourself utilizing these online learning skills and tools in almost every aspect of your life. Your E-School courses are full-fledged courses instructed by highly qualified Hawaii licensed teachers and may demand as much and sometimes even more work and dedication than the usual course in your school. Please give it your best and be patient with the ever present challenges that will be a part of such an innovative venture. This means you must commit yourself to exercise discipline and planning in order to succeed in these classes. We encourage you to jump in and experience this new way of learning with enthusiasm and energy!

To participate in E-School, there are certain policies that students are expected to abide by.

Blackboard is E-School's premiere online course management system.

Registration

Schools can register their students using an online registration system.

Read answers to Frequently Asked Questions about E-School.