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Highschool Opportunities

Attention: Parents of Junior High and High School Students

Here are some opportunities you can investigate for your junior high and high school students.

This listing does not constitute an endorsement from Christian Homeschoolers of Hawaii. Parents should prayerfully explore what is appropriate for their child.


Eta Sigma Alpha is a National Homeschool Honor Society for high schoolers to recognize and encourage scholarship among homeschooled students.

To achieve this purpose, ESA provides opportunity for leadership development and service. ESA nurtures an intellectual climate that will stimulate the exchange of ideas and ideals, foster scholarship and promote academic excellence.

The Zeta Delta chapter here in Hawaii is a Christian-based honor society that meets once a month for service projects, book club, guest speakers, career testing, and more. Join this dynamic group of positive, motivated, and service-oriented teens in grades 9-12!

See Membership requirements at : etasigmaalpha.com.

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Honolulu Speech & Debate Club

HNL S+D exists to help equip Christian Students with skills in communication, logic and critical thinking in a manner that glorifies God — while demonstrating love, grace, and respect towards others.



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The Punahou School Junior ROTC Magnet Program is open to all homeschool students from 8th to 12th grade. The course meets once weekly during the school year.

The mission of JROTC is to “Motivate Young People to be Better Citizens.” This is an accredited course and students earn .5 general elective credits at Punahou. There is no cost to enroll and more information can be found on //www.punahoujrotc.com/


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“Most college students sit in lecture halls but Unbound Ascend students create their own case studies. Ascend by Unbound is a project-based education program that challenges students to learn in the real world while building community and gaining essential life skills.

Ascend students are placed into teams of 7-10 where they will encourage and coach each other, learn life and leadership skills, complete their own personal project, and earn college credit. More information about the Ascend experience can be found at beunbound.us/ascend.”


“If the thought of homeschooling through high school intimidates you, we have good news! Unbound’s Equip program is specially designed to help guide homeschool moms like you through the process of homeschooling through high school.

With Equip, you’ll receive expert coaching from veteran homeschool moms, invaluable resources including webinars and newsletters, and a community of fellow homeschool moms who understand your journey with all its joys and challenges. You can learn more and enroll by going to beunbound.us/equip.”

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Civil Air Patrol is a youth leadership development organization that promotes education and training in the areas of Aerospace Education, Emergency Services, Leadership Development, Physical Fitness and more. Learn more about the cadet programs at //www.gocivilairpatrol.com/programs/cadets

CAP is accessible to youth located throughout the state of Hawaii and the nation in general. Squadrons are located on Kauai, Maui, the Big Island and Oahu. Please check out this link to locate the unit closest to you //hiwg.cap.gov/about/hawaii-wing-squadrons.

Civil Air Patrol is a great resource to those interested in a military career but also has a wide network of professionals that can guide and assist Cadets in any career field they are interested in field of interest. Additionally, CAP is always looking for adult members to join the program and assist in operational or administrative capacities.

Below are additional links that may be helpful.

National Civil Air Patrol Website

Hawaii Wing Website


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