Ulu A'e Learning Center

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Kapolei, HI
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Established in 2014, the vision of the Ulu A’e Learning Center is to have an entire community knowledgeable about its history, culture and language. 


Mission

Ulu A’e’s mission is to empower and enrich lives through culture and place-based programs that develop skills, build confidence and promote healthy relationships based on the values and customs of our kupuna.

Community Impact

From July 2015 to December 2016, Ulu A‘e:

-        serviced 61 youth at Kapolei Middle School and 34 keiki at Mauka Lani Elementary through our after school place-based and Hawaiian values program

-        serviced 42 adults and families through our ‘Ike Ku‘una workshops that provide once a month skills building classes for community members

-        engaged over 800 Kapolei Middle School students in a hands-on Hawaiian Studies learning experience at Lanik?honua, held in partnership with the Lanik?honua Institute

-        created the website www.puuokapolei.com to make available to the public the history of Kapolei

-        engaged over 100 community members in monthly community workdays at Pu‘uokapolei

-        created the uluae.org website to make available information about after school and community programs

-        raised $3,000 to install cultural markers at Pu‘uokapolei

-        held Malama Kapolei, an event that raised awareness for Pu‘uokapolei with over 350 community members in attendance

-        held Makahiki Ma Kapolei, an event that brought dozens of families together in the sprit of competition and in celebration of our cultural practices and a time honored tradition that builds skills and endurance

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Ulu A'e Learning Center
PO Box 700646
Kapolei, HI, 96709
Phone: (808) 864-0013
[email protected]
www.uluae.org

  • Ulu A'e After School and Intersession Project

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    The Ulu A'e After School and Intersession Project provides after school and intersession place-based enrichment classes to 140 elementary and middle schools in the Kapolei, Makakilo and Ewa Regions. The curriculum is based on moolelo (storytelling) and kuleana (stewardship) in order to build the skills, confidence and relationships of students and to create an entire community knowledgeable about its history and culture. Our program includes service and aina-based experiences and classes in literacy, culture, hula, mele, arts and crafts, and historic sites.

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