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Get Involved

Since Ali‘iolani Elementary School believes in students growing, developing and bonding outside of the classroom, there are a variety of activities available for all types of interests. Take a look below to learn more.


This club is open to fourth and fifth grade students. Students will be exploring basic cooking skills like cutting, measuring, frying, baking, and boiling. A main dish will be featured each week.


Throughout the year students will learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math through cars. Students will learn how to carve and paint wood to create pine derby cars, 3D print, build engines, and chassis and learn how to gear cars for a slot car track. Students will be able to work on remote control cars and race them against their peers. Daily skills that focus on communication, teamwork, and problem solving are touched upon in each class. Thank you to Mr. Terry and Ms. Traci for all your hard work and dedication towards our students. 


Japanese Club meets once a week for each grade-level grouping on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays after school.


Students build on their teamwork and leadership skills to explore STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) that reflect their personal interests and experiences. Each year, students identified by teacher recommendations may be asked to apply for a place on the STEM Club. If selected, these students help determine the STEM Club activities for the school year. Every year is a new adventure! STEM Club requires a time commitment and meets outside of school hours.


We were fortunate to have Mr. Kendyll Miyashiro from Jarrett to lead our Ukulele Club into their third year. This year, the Ukulele Club met on Fridays from 2:30-3:30pm in room D3. The Ukulele Club is offered to 4th and 5th graders.


The sewing club is always learning. Thank you to Mrs. Chang & Mrs. Wells for giving our students skills that they will use their whole life. 

Morning Workout Club

Early morning workouts with Mr. Rod get students' brains ready to learn. Students do planks, sit-ups, push ups, pull-ups and sprint across our main field.


Rainbow Art is an after school program offered through the Rainbow Art Studio directed by Ching Kim. 

Rainbow Art students learn the fundamentals of art while experimenting with various media and discovering the great artists works and techniques.

Class meets every Tuesday after school from 2:30-3:30pm.


Hawai‘i Robotics by Sylvan Learning Center provides after school classes. There are 12 sessions for each class. For more information visit their website. 

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