- Assets School, a co-educational, independent K-12 school, has been educating students who are gifted and/or dyslexic since 1969.
- Assets is committed to educating the whole student, designing personalized and strategic programs to challenge, sustain and support their growth academically, socially and personally.
- Small class sizes allow for a differentiated curriculum with individualized instruction where students can learn at their own pace.
- Integrated counseling fosters closer connections between both faculty and fellow students.
- A positive, campus-wide behavior management program focuses on building resilience and personal responsibility while keeping the emphasis on academic pursuits in the classroom.
- Assets’ student body is comprised of unique and talented individuals with a wide range of learning styles that greatly benefit from adjustments to the normal classroom size, approaches, materials, techniques and strategies.
- The Lower and Middle School student body is made up of approximately 250 students, while the High School is comprised of approximately 130 students.
- Assets is committed to maintaining a dynamic learning community
where faculty and staff share and work together to ensure that students are receiving the education and individual support they need to succeed.
- All teaching faculty are guided by the expertise and experience of program administrators and curriculum specialists who supervise classrooms, teachers and students; observe and evaluate student placement; interpret assessments; and serve as liaisons to parents.
- Professional development is a top priority at Assets School. Our faculty and staff are committed to keeping abreast of new teaching methods and ideologies.
- The Lower and Middle School faculty is comprised of approximately 40 teachers and the High School faculty is comprised of approximately 20 teachers.
- There are eight supporting faculty, which include a librarian and resource teachers in art, music, dance, physical education and computers.
- Assets School is located on two campuses.
- The High School is located at 913 Alewa Drive in Alewa Heights.
- The K-8 campus and main administration are located at One Ohana Nui Way, near Hickam Air Force Base.
The School Year
- Assets’ schedule begins late summer and ends in spring.
- The Lower and Middle School year is based on a nine-month trimester schedule.
- The High School year is based on a four-quarter, nine-month schedule.
- 2016-2017 K-8 Tuition – $21,660*
- 2016-2017 High School Tuition – $23,880*
- 2016 Summer School – K-8: $1,430
- 2016 Summer School – HS Mini-classes – $480 each
- 2016 Summer HS Fitness Clinic – $640
- 2016 Summer HS Online Health class – $1,440
- Application Fee – $75
- $150 Technology fee for grades K-8.
- $450 Mandatory tuition insurance fee per family (regardless of the number of children enrolled) for parents using the monthly tuition payment plan. This insurance is optional for parents paying annually or semi-annually.
- $210 athletic fee for 7th-12th graders participating in interscholastic sports
- $1500 After school care for grades K-8
- * Financial Aid is available.