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Last Update: January 6, 2020

Nānākuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center

 

Changing Lives Through the Performing Arts

 

Acting, Singing, Dance . . . and Family

The Nānākuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center has produced more than
100 different productions and performances, ranging from such Broadway musicals as
"Disney's Beauty and the Beast" to dramatic plays to various musical revue shows.
 
NPAC is open to any public school student in grades 4 to 12.
Enrollment for new students is in August of new school year.
"As a long time professional actor, fight director, and theatre educator, I've been singularly impressed by Nanakuli Performing Arts Center's program. They offer children of all ages a caring place to grow as young artists, quality preparation for a career in the performing arts, and the experience of creating something beautiful and nurturing each other along the way. I cannot recommend NPAC enough to any young person who is interested in seeing their dreams take flight. We are proud to partner with them in offering quality professional performing arts training."
 
- Nicolas Logue, Assistant Professor, Head of Theatre at Windward Community College.
"Nanakuli Performing Arts Center does a fantastic job of teaching students skills for succeeding in their lives personally and professionally by encouraging them to discover and experience the gifts they individually possess to share with the world. I have watched students blossom and command the stage in their performances. NPAC instills confidence and stimulates curiosity and allows the student to explore and become responsible for the choices they make. They learn personal accountability and they also learn empathy and respect. No one ever really performs on a stage alone. It takes a team to support you and lift you so that you can shine in your own moment. Being a part of NPAC teaches students the importance of finding their own strengths and talents as well as learning teamwork and being part of a collective thriving performing arts group. I believe that becoming a member of NPAC encourages students and those around them to expand their experiences, develop their talents and find the confidence to conquer the world!"
- Loretta Ables Sayre, Tony Nominated Actress

Taste of the Valley Hoʻolauleʻa Booth Registration

A fundraiser event for the Nānākuli High and Intermediate Performing Arts Center

 

What: Taste of the Valley Food, Crafts, and Entertainment Event: a fundraiser for the Nānākuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center

When:  Friday, February 21, 2020, 4:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Where:  NHIS Cafe/Gym parking lot (parking lot between cafe and gym) and surrounding areas

                                            

The Nānākuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center (NPAC) is sponsoring a fundraiser event entitled “A Taste of the Valley” Hoʻolauleʻa event on Friday, February 21, 2020. There will be entertainment, food, and games.  If your organization is interested in having a booth, please read all the information and then do the following:

 

  • Go www.nhispac.com and register on-line and also print out the form and complete. Hard copies of forms will be in the NHIS front office too.

  • Check to see what has already been taken for food items at http://bit.ly/2N1xTzK

  • Make payment for your booth by February 7, 2020 . . . cash or cashier’s check only and turn in signed registration form. Please make cashier’s check payable to Nānākuli High and Intermediate School.

  • Please read all of the guidelines, complete the attached form, and submit it with your payment to room MCR during regular school hours or Multi-Purpose Building if after 4 pm.  You may call 305-7725 to confirm that someone will be available to receive your payment and write out a receipt.

  • Please note that only NPAC will be allowed to sell regular drink items such as bottled water, sodas, juices. Specialty drinks such as boba or lemonade may be sold by vendors.

  • No duplication of food items except for baked goods. Once a group or organization has signed up and paid the booth fee no other booth can sell the same item. First pay, gets first choice.

  • You will be notified via email on booth location choices.

  • BOOTH FEES:

    • Food, Crafts, Games, Food Trucks, other non-informational booths: $100

    • Informational Booth: No fee as no selling of items

ONLINE REGISTRATION LINK: http://bit.ly/2N6Hrc2

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM:

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Who We Are

 

Since 1991, the Nānākuli High and Intermediate School Performing Arts Center or NPAC has provided students from grades 4 to 12 from any public school the opportunity to learn and apply performance, academic, and self-esteem skills through the process of staging over 90 productions and performances.

 

In 2011, the NPAC was selected to perform at the American High School Theatre Festival at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.

 

There were 2200 schools that were nominated to perform and only 62 schools were selected and NPAC was one of them.

 

The NPAC is one of 29 Learning Centers in the state that focuses on a specialized area for students from any school.  

 

This after school program has enriched the lives of students from various schools and across the island.

 

". . . Schools that incorporate music, art, drama, dance . . . into the basic curriculum have found that teaching the arts has a significant effect on overall success in school.  Because the arts are closeley associated with important ideas and events inhistory, students who have a good background in the arts are likely to have a richer source of information and insight to draw upon, compared to those who do not study the arts . . . "

 

-The College Board, Profile of SAT and Achievement Test Takers

 

Top 5 Things I Learned From Making NPAC's

"Dream Big, Nanakuli at the Fringe" Documentary

 

A talk by Roy Kimura, writer, director, and producer of

"Dream Big; Nanakuli at the Fringe" Documentary

To purchase online tickets go to following link:

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NPAC'S IMPACT

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