KEY Project Family Community Center

Located in Kaneohe, in the island of Oahu, a KEY PROJECT Program

The goals of the Center are aimed at assisting parents through strategies supported by research which show that parental involvement leads to academic success for students.

Program Description

  • To increase the knowledge of and confidence of parents in child-rearing activities;
  • To strengthen partnerships with parents and professionals in meeting the educational needs of children from birth through high school; and
  • To enhance the working relationships between home, school and community agencies.

Schools/Communities Served

The KEY Project Family Community Center is located at 47-2800 Waihee Road in Kaneohe and serves Kahalu'u School and Kahalu'u community.


The KEY Project PIRC Program works directly with Title I School Kahalu`u Elementary and the Windward Community. Our workshops and activities include; parenting classes, parent workshops, tutoring, computer literacy, career assessments, college planning and Kindergarten transition activities.

Community Partners

The KEY Project partners with other community agencies such as Kahalu`u Elementary School, Kamehameha Schools, Tutu and Me, Windward School for Adults, H-CAP, Castle High School, Community Works 96744, Kuder, It's all About Kids, Lanakila Na Pua O Ko`olau Seniors Program, and Huki Like Community Group.

Yearly Events

  • Aloha Aina Recycling Day
  • Summer Culture Heritage Program
  • 1st Night Before School Family Night
  • 1st Day of School for Kahalu`u School
  • Kahalu`u School Kinder Kamp
  • Ohana Festival
  • Randy Kalahiki Kalua Turkey Scholorship Program
  • View KEY Project Family Community Center calendar


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