Important Information on COVID-19

Ho’okele Program

    An Early College partnership to provide all High School Students of Moloka’i equal opportunities to higher education.


Program Information:

Students from 9th – 12th grade can begin taking college-level courses.  This dual credit program allows students to earn high school credits as well as college credits saving students and their families time and money.  It is proven that students who participate in Early College Programs have a smoother transition into college after high school and greater success in their college years.  Scholarships, mentoring, and tutoring services are available for qualified students.

How to Apply:

Meet with the Ho’okele Coordinator to assess our individual needs and goals. All meetings will be conducted through Zoom, telephone, or email.  Contact Ali Kaina (Ho’okele Coordinator) email: or phone (808) 553-4490 Option #5.

UHMC, Molokai Application

Health Clearance  Your health clearance needs to be received prior to attending classes.

1) Tuberculosis (TB) – annual clearance required

2) Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR)

3) Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis(TDap)

4) Varicella (Chickenpox)

Immunization records can be obtained through the Molokai High School Health Room Nurse by submitting an email request from your student email account.  You may also obtain a copy through your Primary Care Physician (PCP).

EdReady Placement/Readiness:


Email: to request help with placement testing.

All completed forms need to be submitted to the Ho’okele Coordinator for processing.


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Academic Help:

Academic Counseling

Scheduling Academic Advising Appointment

Disability Services

Personal Support Counseling

Student Support:

Online Tutoring 24/7

LRC Live Tutoring

Ordering Books

Student ID

Laulima Tutorials

Library Services

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