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2013 Hawaii Business Top 250: Kamaʻaina Kids

Kama‘aina Kids has been serving the children, families and communities of Hawaii since 1988 and is once again honored to be amongst the Top 250 Companies listed in Hawaii Business Magazine. It is through the hard work and dedication of our 1,000 employees and the support of our parents of the children we serve that we have been able to grow from very humble beginnings to where we are now. From that humble beginning the company has grown to over 100 locations serving over 10,000 children each day. We offer services to children ranging in age from 6 weeks old to 18+ years of age.

The Preschool Division supports the company with 23 preschools, 250 staff and 1,800 children.

The School Age Division serves approximately 7,800 children and is comprised of 62 A+ locations, 5 private afterschool sites and numerous intersession and summer programs aimed at keeping kids focused and motivated while building a sense of awareness as an individual and amongst peers.

The Hotel & Conventions Division helps the children of those who visit Hawai‘i learn about our culture and what we have to offer. Services include meetings, conventions and military programs that provides child care services. It has expanded its services to include babysitting and is embarking on a new venture to cater to the keiki and families of Hawaii.

The Environmental Community Services Division is comprised of He‘eia State Park and Camp Timberline which provides the popular tourist attraction Holokai Kayak Adventures, kayak rentals, banquet hall rentals, retreats, environmental education and mobile Pay for Play activities.

Kama‘aina Kids looks forward to the future as we continue to support our mission of serving children, families and our communities by providing ongoing quality education and enrichment programs to help build a sense of Self, Community and Environment.

 

Kama‘aina Kids
156 C Hamakua Drive
Kailua, HI 96734
(808) 262-4538
www.kamaainakids.com

 

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