Founded in 2005, Maui Prep’s plantation style campus is nestled on roughly 22 acres of former pineapple fields and majestic Norfolk pines. To date, only about 7 acres have been put into regular use for the academic program. Campus facilities include two science labs, a computer lab, music room, art studio, dining facility, college center, and several other classroom and office spaces. At Maui Prep, we value sustainability and our roles as environmental stewards seriously. We utilize photovoltaic panels as a major source of renewable energy, and we recycle many products including plastics, glass, aluminum, and paper.
TRAVELING TO MAUI
Maui’s main airport (OGG) is located in Kahului, the main commercial hub of the island. The drive from Kahului Airport to Maui Prep is about 45 minutes.
Kahului Airport is accessible directly from the US mainland through cities like Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. International travelers from Asia will land first at Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on the island of Oahu, and then transfer to an island-based carrier, like Hawaiian Airlines or Island Air, for a short 25-minute flight to Maui. Most international travelers from Europe, South America, and parts of the Middle East will pass through passport control in a city on the US mainland, and then fly directly to Kahului Airport (OGG).
LODGING AND ACCOMODATIONS
Whether visiting for a few days or for an extended period of time, visitors to the west side of Maui, where Maui Prep is located, have many options for their stay. From Kapalua to Ka’anapali, a ten-mile stretch of west side communities, there are numerous resorts and condominium communities. Just below Ka’anapali is Lahaina, the retail and commercial center of the West Side.