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After School Enrichment Programs

Students in grades Preschool to six interested in learning skills outside of the regular academic realm can enroll in After School Enrichment programs held on the Sacred Hearts Academy campus after school.


Sacred Hearts Academy After School Enrichment programs are taught by professionals from both Sacred Hearts Academy and various outside organizations. After School Enrichment program tuition fees vary by class. 

If you have any questions about any of the programs offered, please contact the instructor directly.

To register; download a copy of the registration form on Educate.

Enrichment courses for the 2019-2020 academic year being offered include:


Grades Two thru Six

Instructor: Deborah Okada Email:
Grade 2-3 Day/Time: Tuesdays @ 2:15PM-3:00PM (PAC4)
Grade 4-6 Day/Time: Wednesdays @ 1:30PM-2:30PM (PAC4)
Tuition: $150/year (Includes: Class, Shirt and Choir Fees)

Class Description: Choir is an excellent opportunity for lower school students to continue their love of music and signing while gaining a strong foundation for participation in the high school choral program. Singers will have the opportunity to participate in festivals and SHA Choral Program concerts. Students will also learn how to audition and will be auditioning for Honors Choir.

"Through each of our songs, we will practice singing, performing, improvising, reading music notation, and analysis skills while also incorporating subject areas such as math, foreign languages, social studies and visual arts." -Deborah Okada





















Creative Movement

Grades JK-SK, Optional for 1st Grade
Class size limited to 10 students per class.

Instructor: Danica Baylor Email:
Day/Time: Thursdays, 2:45PM-3:30PM (Auditorium/P213) Tuition: $520/year or $260/semester

Class Description: Creative Movement class is an exploration of music, movement, and imagination. Students will build physical and vocal skills, which will allow them to confidently learn songs and dances. They will create characters and imagine new worlds where those characters can live, as well as learn to tell stories to be acted out by their characters. 

"I believe in providing a safe, creative atmosphere where students will feel free to express themselves, and work together." -Danica Baylor

Gardening is Fun!
Grades Two thru Six
Instructor: Veronica Prislin Email:
Day/Time: Mondays & Thursdays @ 2:45PM-3:45PM (Student Center Garden) Tuition: $550/year or $275/semester

Class Description: Is your daughter interested in learning how to grow strawberries, edible rainbow gardens and colorful blooms? Mrs. Prislin's Gardening is Fun class provides different types of engagement for students including planting and maintaining a garden, harvesting, preparing and sharing food, while working cooperatively with other students, learning about science and nutrition, and creating art and stories inspired by the garden. 

"We look forward to a 'fruitful' and fun year! Please wear comfortable clothes, closed toe shoes, a hat, and bring your own pair of garden gloves. See you in the garden!" -Veronica Prislin

Group Violin Lessons

Grades Three thru Six
Minimum number of students, 4, maximum of 10. Classes subject to cancellation if minimum number is not met.

Insturctor: Laurie Shimabukuro Phone: (808) 754-6180
Instrument Contact: Kathy Sato Phone: (808) 227-8084
Days/Times: Mondays @ 2:30PM-3:30PM and Wednesdays 1:15Pm-2:15PM Tuition: $420/semester
(Additional book fees may be applicable.)

Class Description: Attention music lovers! This is a brand new opportunity to open your child's eyes to the amazing world of music through violin. No prior experience or instruction necessary. Starting in the Fall of 2018, classes will cover begnning violin as well as the fundamentals of music theory and ear training. Suzuki Book 1 will be used plus supplemental material. 

Fundamentals of Piano - Private Lessons
Grades SK thru Six
Masaki School of Music
Phone: (808) 593-9395
Days/Times: Monday thru Friday between 2:30PM-5:00PM (PAC4 & Auditorium) Instructor will schedule times based on individual preferences. Tuition: $975/year (25 lessons)
(Additional ,esson book fees may be applicable.)

Class Description: Students who enroll in private lessons of Fundamentals of Piano with teachers from the Masaki School of Music will learn the basics of correct hand position, rhythm and note reading. Those with previous piano experience will be evaluated and a program to develop continued good piano technique and musical awareness through scales, exercises, etudes and appropriate repertoire will be individually selected. Daily practice is required and students will be asked to keep a journal of their practice times. Opportunities to perform in student recitals at the Masaki School of Music will be offered throughout the year with an end of year recital scheduled at Sacred Hearts Academy. 
















Smart Karate
Grades SK thru Six
Instructor: Sensei Manny
Phone: (808) 738-5425
Days/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 2:30PM-3:15PM (Chapel Lanai) Tuition: $99/month

Class Description:  The Smart Karate class is a fun and innovative martial arts program focused on character development and discipline. Smart Karate not only teaches students to get fit and how to protect themselves, but also encourages students to learn and develop life skills needed to be successful. 

"Our fun and innovative martial arts program focuses on character development. Yes, she will learn how to protect herself; but she will also gain the skills and energy to pursue her dreams and make a difference in the world." -Sensei Manny

Beginning Ukulele
Grades Two thru Six
(Class size limited to 10 students per class.)
Instructor: Auntie Carol Young Email:
Days/Times: Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 2:30PM-3:30PM (Auditorium Classroom) Tuition: $600/year or $300/semester

Class Description:  Students are responsible to provide their own ukulele for lessons. Additional information on suggestions of where to purchase an ukulele is available upon request. Thsi course is designed to have students playing the ukulele as well as learn necessary basic chords for the instrument. Music and chord sheets will be provided. 

"Students will learn basic beginning ukulele, no previous experience is necessary. Join us for some musical and local style fun!" -Auntie Carol Young

Beginning Hula
Grades Preschool thru Six
(Class size limited to 8-15 students per class.)
Instructor: Kumu Haukea Ho Email:
Days/Times: Mondays & Thursdays @ 2:45PM-3:45PM (Auditorium Classroom) Tuition: $520/year or $260/semester

Class Description:  Students will be immersed in the Hawaiian culture, language, and history of Hawai'i. They will learn basic Hawaiian songs and hula technique that includes proper posture, steps and hand movement. Students will learn to dance in both the kahiko (ancient) and auana (modern) styles. Hawaiian values will also be practiced in this class. 

"Hula is one of the most important traditions of the Hawaiian culture. It combines music and dance to tell stories." -Kumu Haukea Ho


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