High school in Hawaii likely to close

May 8, 2009
High School of the Pacific lacks funds to continue

From The Honolulu Star-Bulletin: A tiny high school in Hawaii that provides a free college-preparatory education to students from Pacific island nations expects to shut down at the end of the academic year for lack of funds. High School of the Pacific, which has 38 students on its campus in Kealakekua, opened in September 2004 with backing from the Rev. Sun Myung Moon, head of the Unification Church, and his followers.

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