Aina Haina means “Hind’s Land” in the native Hawaiian language, and is so named after the Hind-Clarke Dairy (and founder Robert Hind) which was a staple business in the area during early years of development. Today the community that sits nestled in Aina Haina valley is a close group who deeply invested in the recreational and commercial development of their home. This neighborhood consists largely of single-family homes that stretch from Kalanianaole Highway to deep into the valley. The Aina Haina Shopping Center provides residents with options for grocery shopping, several restaurant options, banks, a hair salon, and a conveniently located gas station. In recent years, community members have been concerned with the vitality of the shopping center after years of wear have taken their toll on the structure. There are ongoing plans to renovate the aging building and community members have a very strong presence in the procedures. The neighborhood has a strong community association that has been bringing residents together to address the issues that impact them all. The 40-year-old Aina Haina Community Association consists of concerned citizens who volunteer their services for the betterment of the district. This area falls into the Kaiser Complex school district that includes five elementary schools, Niu Valley Middle School, and Kaiser High School. Holy Nativity School, a private co-ed school run by Holy Nativity Episcopal Church, also accepts students from age 3 to 6th grade.
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