The Kaiāulu Hale, also known as the Kaiāulu School, the Hālau Hula, or simply the Hula School, is a building in the Lilo & Stitch franchise.
The Kaiāulu Hale is a community center most often used as a hālau hula ("hālau" being Hawaiian for "school"). Lilo, Mertle, Elena, Teresa, Yuki, and Victoria (the last of whom joined later) go to this building to learn from their instructor, Moses Puloki, the traditional hula dance and many other Hawaiian-based topics. Stitch often comes along and accompanies Lilo for support.
- In "Wishy-Washy", Lilo, Mertle, the hula girls, and Victoria graduated to intermediate hula, as did Nani when she was younger as seen in her graduation picture with her parents.
- The building's name, which literally means "community house", was revealed by Moses in the episode "Yaarp".
- In the episode "Phoon", when Lilo, under the guise of "Amber Pineapple Kalanui", tells the rich girls at the Hip Hop Fusion Studio that Stitch (or "Wenceslaus") was saying to her that there was trouble at Kaiāulu Hale, she calls it the "Kaiāulu School".
- In "Slick", the titular experiment of the episode calls it the "Hale Kaiāulu", reversing the word order.