Community Public Charter School (LCPCS)
officially converted from the HIDOE-led Laupahoehoe High & Elementary School to a charter
school on July 1, 2012.
We have a new name & new education philosophy but
We are and always will be the
HOME OF THE SEASIDERS!
Families, staff and community
working together to graduate successful learners who are job, school,
To emphasize hands on learning and academic success Where Every Student is Known and Valued, using community partnerships and resources while instilling traditional cultural values.
At LCPCS we are
"Building a Great Community School that Lives ALOHA...
Where Every Student is
Known and Valued"
LCPCS Class of 2014
Sunrise protocol at the Point to start off the new school year
Last year's Leadership Class visiting Mayor Kenoi
6 decades of alumni gather for a presentation by LHS '40 grad, Terry Shima
Charter School Partnerships in Action! Our Varsity Volleyball girls celebrate the season with the HAAS JV team
Leadership Class Field Trip to the Wheel of Fortune set
Elementary students on the Laupahoehoe Swim Team receive a check for our school from Kona Ice
A select group of Secondary students & teachers got the privilege to visit Kahoʻolawe in November
It is unfortunate that when we hear the word "discipline" in school, our first instinct is to think of “discipline” as “punishment,” or the
consequence of bad behavior. But being “disciplined” is also about having the self control to make good choices. Discipline is perhaps
the most important skill our students need in order to be successful in life. The relationship between discipline and behavior should
always be about helping students understand the connection between their choices and the naturally occurring result. When we are
disciplined, we take actions that help us achieve our hopes and dreams. At LCPCS, we are helping students make that connection, so
that they do the work necessary to create their desired futures.