Connecting People, Parks & Programs

WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument is an educational and community resource for the people of Hawaii and beyond.

Our education program is run by an onsite education team called ParkED. We are made up of NPS Park Rangers & Education Specialists, via aid from our partner Pacific Historic Parks and Interns from universities around the United States. In 2014 our programs assisted almost 35,000 learners with their educational pursuits.

Find lesson plans and field trips, look to the park for your own professional development needs, and consider scheduling a distance learning session with us.


Junior Ranger Scavenger Hunt

Become a Junior Ranger!

We are proud to announce our two Junior Ranger programs, available for field trips and visitors.

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An NPS diver shines a light on one of the 14 inch guns of the USS Arizona underwater

Dive Through History on the USS Arizona!

On Dec 8, 2015, our Park Education team will partner with the National Park Service Submerged Resources Center to bring you another Live Dive!

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A group of smiling kids on a ferry boat.  One of the kids is holding up a Jr. Ranger booklet.

Every Kid in a Park

A new initiative to get all 4th graders and their families to experience National and State Parks, free of charge!

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