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Tuition at Hawaii private schools continues to climb

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                                Phil Bossert, executive director of the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools, stood outside Friday at the Damien Memorial High School campus.

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    Phil Bossert, executive director of the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools, stood outside Friday at the Damien Memorial High School campus.

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                                Above, students at Mid-Pacific Institute gather for a school project.

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    Above, students at Mid-Pacific Institute gather for a school project.

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                                Punahou School kindergartners spoke with school President Mike Latham in April.

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    Punahou School kindergartners spoke with school President Mike Latham in April.

Most Hawaii private schools are increasing tuition again for the coming school year, bowing to the pressure of rising operating costs, pandemic-related expenses and record inflation. Read more

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