Extracurricular Activities

Lessons, sports, and activities offered by local businesses/organizations for homeschoolers on the island of Oahu in Hawaii. 

Everything here is listed for informational purposes only. Proceed only after you’ve done your own research and decide for yourself whether or not the business or organization is worthy of your patronage!





  • i9 Sports: soccer, football, basketball, baseball – locations vary



Coding & Computer Science


Drone Flying​

  • Hawaii Drone Academy – lessons in drone flying & building, including camps and workshop events – Honolulu




  • i9 Sports: soccer, football, basketball, baseball – locations vary
  • Oahu Pop Warner: football and cheerleading – multiple locations
  • Wahiawa Jr. Mules: football (starting at kindergarten ages for flag and grade 5 for tackle) and cheerleading (ages 5-15) – Wahiawa

Foreign Language

  • ASL Hawaii: American Sign Language resource
  • Kaala Nippongo Gakuen: Japanese language school held at Wahiawa Ryusenji Soto Mission. Contact Reiko Yano Sensei by phone at 808-622-1429
  • Language Wonderland: Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, Korean, and French; for toddlers through 12 years old – Honolulu, Aiea, Mililani, Kailua
  • Little Ambassadors: Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Spanish; for infant through 11 years old – Kakaako, Kaimuki, and Waipio
  • The Renaissance Academy: mathematics, language arts, writing, Japanese, Soroban (abacus), public speaking, geography & history, arts & crafts, Japanese calligraphy – Aiea
  • SoKnow Studios: Japanese (but also musical instruments and vocals) – Honolulu

Glass Making


Horseback Riding

Ice Skating


LEGO Classes

  • Bricks 4 Kidz, West Oahu – Ewa Beach, Kapolei, Mililani, and Waipahu; camps/classes teaching science and engineering with Legos
  • Bricks 4 Kidz, Honolulu – serves Honolulu & Windward; camps/classes teaching science and engineering with Lego

Martial Arts

Military Programs


Music Theory

  • Music Mind Games: A fun innovative way to learn music through hands-on games. Music Mind Games is colorful and hands-on. Kids think they’re just having fun, not realizing they’re learning college-level theory! A must for those studying a musical instrument or playing in an orchestra.Contact Betty Tazono at bettytazono@ymail.com.







  • American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) – various chapters across Oahu
  • ​Ewa Revolution Soccer – competes in leagues organized by HYSA and MJL – Ewa Beach / Kapolei
  • Hawaii Rush Soccer Club: competitive soccer teams, plus recreational soccer for kids ages 4-7 (and one for adults too!) – locations on the Big Island, Kauai, Maui, and Oahu
  • ​Hawaii Youth Soccer Association’s Oahu League (HYSA)
  • i9 Sports: soccer, football, basketball, baseball – locations vary
  • Major Island Soccer Organization: associate with US Club Soccer (USCS); has adult and youth teams (possibly starting at U10)
  • Soccer Shots: offers a high energy intro to soccer for kids ages 2-8; a “homeschool” soccer class is available – Kailua
  • Z3 Sports Academy : kids ages 3-18 – Kapolei

Soroban (Japanese Abacus/Mental Math)

  • Araki Hiroya Soroban School: Hideki Oshima Sensei, 808-941-5708 – Aiea and University Plaza, Honolulu
  • The Renaissance Academy: mathematics, language arts, writing, Japanese, Soroban (abacus), public speaking, geography & history, arts & crafts, Japanese calligraphy – Aiea


  • Sunset Suzy *: (special homeschool classes can be found through the HOCO group or by contacting Kina) – Haleiwa




  • HEART Horses: Hawaii Equine Assisted Reflection & Therapy – offers therapy (especially for military families) and youth programs (usually for school groups)



Additional Programs & Organizations with Multiple Offerings…

1. Many classes and services are available to residents of Mililani with a Mililani Town Association (MTA) membership/ID!

2. The City & County of Honolulu Department of Parks & Recreation offers an array of classes, lessons, and activities, often at little to no cost. Registration is usually open only for limited time frames at different times throughout the year. Locations are offered across the island, usually at local community centers. Registration information can be found here.

3. The local YMCA and YWCA are sources for additional programs and classes at a variety of locations across Oahu.

4. The Kroc Center * has a wide variety of class offerings. Check out their website for their latest program guide.

5. Even more options are available FOR MILITARY (requires base access and/or a military or DoD ID):
Navy Youth Sports, MWR
Army Youth Sports, CYSS *
SKIES program/classes *

Do you have any updates, corrections, or additions to this list? Please email me!

An asterisk (*) next to a business, person, or organization name below indicates that they offer special hours or rates for homeschool families (at the time of listing). Please contact them directly for details.

Note: All businesses or organizations are listed here for reference or informational purposes only. Do not rely solely upon what I have shared here. Please do your own research and make an educated decision of your own prior to getting involved with any business, company, sport, activity, class, or financial transaction. Always remember that your, or your child’s, participation in any activity is at your own risk. Good luck and have fun!