When the COVID-19 pandemic hit Hawai'i in March 2020, NHCS' staff, students, and families quickly adapted to change in an effort to keep our community healthy. We commend our staff, students, and parents for working together and adapting to the challenge of distance learning as we finished the 2019-2020 school year. During the campus closure, our school leadership team continued to monitor guidelines set by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) as well as guidelines and mandates set by our local and state government including the DOH (Department of Health) and DHS (Department of Human Services).
As we begin a second school year in a pandemic, NHCS is committed to our mission "to provide a Christ-centered education that inspires students to become life-long learners and effective communicators who will impact the world for Christ". We are committed to carrying out this mission through all modes of instruction. For the 2021-2022 school year, we will monitor health risks to our school community and will deliver instruction accordingly. NHCS is preparing for all modes of instruction and will be ready to fluidly shift should the need arise. We have included plans for full on-campus instruction, a blended learning program, a hybrid program, and distance learning.
As we work together to navigate through this pandemic and to keep our school community as safe as possible, NHCS will continue to provide various modes of instruction to support student learning. In addition, the school has created a
safety guideline that includes the closure of classrooms that have been exposed or have possible direct exposure to
Covid-19. Please note, school tuition and fees will remain the same regardless of the mode of instruction you select.
In addition, tuition and fees will also remain the same even if the school is forced to close classroom(s) or campus(es)
due to direct exposure or possible direct exposure of Covid-19.
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