In­ter­na­tional School Pro­posed For Hau‘ula

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Com­ments are due by to­day (March 25) on a mi­nor con­di­tional-use per­mit to al­low an in­ter­na­tional school cam­pus on 18.5 acres of ag-zoned land in Hau‘ula.

Asia Pa­cific Ed­u­ca­tional Foun­da­tion, with a phys­i­cal ad­dress in Ana­heim, Calif., re­port­edly bought the AG-2 par­cel last July to de­velop an el­e­men­tary, mid­dle and high school. The land fronts 54-230 Kame­hameha Hwy. be­tween Ikea Loop and Imua Place, and extends mauka.

The city Depart­ment of Plan­ning and Per­mit­ting re­quests writ­ten com­ments; a hear­ing has yet to be determined. The ap­pli­ca­tion from APEF (and lo­cal agent Tom Sch­nell of PBR Hawaii) de­scribes class­rooms, dor­mi­to­ries, of­fices, dean’s and care­taker homes, teacher stu­dios, a gym, pool, pro­duce gar­dens and nurs­eries, off­street park­ing and sup­port in­fra­struc­ture.

Con­tact plan­ner Joette Yago at 768-8034 or jyago@honolulu.gov, and re­fer to File No. 2015/CUP-6.

The APEF mission is to pro­mote in­ter­na­tional ed­u­ca­tion in the re­gion via in­ten­sive ESL train­ing, Chris­tian mission work, stu­dent ex­changes and more.

Ro­tary Club of Honolulu mem­bers came to the Wind­ward side in Jan­uary to in­stall new floor­ing and paint to the cab­ins at YWCA’s Camp Kokokahi. The vol­un­teer project not only en­hanced the Ka­neohe fa­cil­ity’s pro­grams for women and girls, but also earned the club a $10,000 Harry and Jeanette Wein­berg Friends grant, which the Ro­tar­i­ans will give to Waikiki Health Cen­ter. Photo from the club.

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