WELCOME TO VSAS
The Volcano School of Arts & Sciences (VSAS) is located in the rural town of Volcano, Hawaiʻi, adjacent to Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. VSAS serves students in PreKindergarten through 10th grade including 53% from low-income families and 44% Native Hawaiian students. We serve primarily the communities in Upper Puna and Kaʻū (Mt. View to Ocean View) though our students live in communities spanning a total of 2,500 square miles across 6 districts on the Island of Hawaiʻi.
The VSAS philosophy is that education is more meaningful to children when presented in an environment that is familiar, that relates to their home life, and that allows for discovery-based experiential learning.
Our mission is to provide an environment in which students are:
Learning through Volcano’s unique
natural and cultural resources
to become creative global citizens.
The Volcano School of Arts & Sciences COVID-19 impact level for the school is:
Closure & Support Information
In-person activities are provided for students who are identified for these services.
Old Volcano Road Campus is open for visitors by appointment. All materials and equipment drop-off and pick-ups are contactless.
Keakealani Campus is closed to all visitors.
Packet and Equipment Pick-up days are on Fridays. If your child has a packet or equipment that needs to be picked up, you will receive an email.
Deliveries are not being conducted at this time.
For more information on Volcano School Reopening Plan, see the PARENT LETTER Update.
Unemployment and Financial Relief Info
Resources for Students & Families
Enroll Now PreK-10th
Space available in some grade levels on Campus and in the Kula ʻAmakihi Community-Based Education Program.
Grades 9 and 10
Space is limited.
VSAS is seeking candidates for the following:
Afterschool Enrichment Instructors in visual and performing arts, sports, robotics, etc.
Substitutes for: Teachers, Educational Assistants, PPTs, Cafeteria Workers, Bus Drivers
Learn more or Apply now