"Kodomo no Tame ni", for the sake of the children
1. Submit an Application
2. Be contacted by a HCAP Head Start Family Advocate
HCAP Head Start Annual Reports
About HCAP Head Start
|Our Mission||Our Vision||Our Values|
Enriching the Lives of Children; Engaging Families; and Strengthening Communities.
Families Thriving; Making A Difference in Our Community as Advocates and Leaders for Early Childhood Education.
HCAP Head Start is committed to empowering and supporting positive growth for our families and staff, as every individual has fundamental worth. We value integrity, honesty, social justice, respect for individuals and diverse populations, and life long learning for personal and professional growth.
Who we are? The HCAP Head Start program has adopted a Japanese motto "Kodomo no Tame ni", for the sake of the children, to exemplify the "heart" of our program. All staff members contribute in some way, directly or indirectly to foster social competence in each child and to enhance the lives of families. These goals are achieved through various services and education programs we provide to our children and families. Learn more about the services that we provide to you and your child.
What do we do? Head Start services are provided through part-day and full-day center-based programs, snd home-based programs. Visit our "Programs" page to find out more about these program options.
Where can you find us? There are 82 Head Start classroom, and 4 home-based programs located throughout Oahu to serve you. All programs follow policies and regulations of the National Head Start Performance Standards and the State Department of Human Services licenses all classrooms. Visit our "Locations" page to find out where the various programs are located.
Honolulu Community Action Program
33 South King Street, Suite 300
Honolulu, HI 96813
KMR Main Office
5 Sand Island Access Road, Bldg. 921
Honolulu, HI 96819