|Kahala Elementary School||
Kahala School spreads over most of the block across from the south-eastern end of Kahala Mall. Consisting of eleven separated buildings, connected by covered walkways, it is situated in an affluent neighborhood. It sits - a sprawling, flat campus - on the corners of Kilauea and Pahoa Avenues. Red hibiscus hedges grace the edges of the Kilauea Avenue fence while mock orange hedges border the fence along Pahoa Avenue. Towering banyan and monkeypod trees shade the grounds while kukui nut and shower trees separate the classroom buildings. Beds of red ginger are seen throughout the campus.
|Kalihi Uka Elementary School||
The mission of Kalihi Uka Elementary School Community is to provide quality curriculum and instruction in a nurturing and safe school environment where students:
1. Critical and Creative Thinking & Problem Solving
|Kauluwela Elementary School||
Welcome to Kauluwela School. We are pleased to have you become part of our 'Ohana (family). We hope you will join us in helping our students become responsible and productive citizens.
|Ke Kula Kaiapuni 'o Anuenue||
E ho ‘omākaukau i nā keiki me ka ho‘olako ‘ana i ka na‘auao kūpono ma ka ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i ā me ka ‘ōlelo Pelekania i ho‘okahua ‘ia ma ka mo‘omeheu ā me ka mo‘olelo Hawai‘i i hiki iā lākou ke ‘imi na‘auao me ke kūpono ā e lawelawe i kā lākou kaiāulu ā me kā lākou lāhui.
To empower children by providing them a quality education in both Hawaiian and English based on Hawaiian culture and history to enable them to seek knowledge and excellence and contribute to their community and their lāhui.
|Liholiho Elementary School||
The mission of the school is to inspire and support a community of caring, competent, and creative learners by conducting research, encouraging communication, and developing resources. We are committed to make every child a learner and every child a winner!
|Manoa Elementary School||
Manoa School was established as one of the first English-speaking schools in Hawaii. Eighteen students attended when the school was opened on October 11, 1854. Located in majestic and historic Manoa Valley, the school today has grades Kindergarten to sixth. It is one of the two valley schools that are part of Roosevelt Complex. The word "Manoa" is a contraction of "Moanoanoa" and means thick or solid, deep as a substance having breadth and depth, like the valley itself.
|Maunawili Elementary School||
Maunawili Elementary is located on the Windward side of the island of Oahu in the state of Hawaii and is blessed with a setting of natural beauty and tranquility. If you are standing on the school's playfield, it has a sweeping view of Mt. Olomana and the Koolaus. On rainy days, the children at the school marvel at the numerous waterfalls cascading down the Koolau Mountain chain. During sunrises, a light morning mist might occur and Mt. Olomana will often glow with a pinkish hue. Rainbows are abundant over the campus.
|Ma`ema`e Elementary School||
Ma`ema`e, clean and pure in the Hawaiian language, is situated in beautiful, historic Nu`uanu Valley. Founded in the late 1800's, Ma`ema`e has grown from a simple three-building facility to its present design with seven buildings that accommodate nearly 645 students from kindergarten through the fifth grade.
Residents from all facets of the community support the school in many ways. The annual Family Fun Night and the Ma`ema`e School Community Council, are examples of people in the community coming together to create an environment that supports learning and growing for all.
|Momilani Elementary School||
Built in 1972, Momilani Elementary School (Kindergarten-Grade 6, 400 students) is located at the top of Pearl City in a peaceful setting with a panoramic view stretching from Honolulu, across Pearl Harbor, to Makakilo. Our school population is comprised of students from a predominantly middle socioeconomic background. Approximately 70% of our children enter Momilani through Kindergarten "geographic exceptions” lottery.
|Pauoa Elementary School||
Founded in 1847, Pauoa School is one of the state’s oldest schools. It is considered a hidden gem, just minutes from downtown. With 317 students, Pauoa is a small school where students get a lot of personal attention. Its students perform well on statewide tests, giving the school the top academic rank of “in good standing, unconditional.” And they enjoy a well rounded education, with full-time music and technology teachers, plus a part-time PE teacher. The robotics club has gone to the state championship two years running, and won awards for its “research quality” and “core values.”
|Pohakea Elementary School||
Founded in 1962, Pohakea Elementary school began on the James Campbell High School Campus. The current campus was officially dedicated on April 2, 1974.
The name “Pohakea” comes from two Hawaiian words: “Poha” meaning “to give forth”, and “Kea” meaning “light”. Pohakea is located on Fort Weaver Road in Ewa beach, adjacent to Ilima Intermediate and Campbell High School. Also adjacent to the school is the Ewa Beach Public Library.
Pohakea’s School Community Council was established in the spring of 2006 and will be an integral part of implementing the school’s vision.
|Princess Ka’iulani Elementary School||
Nestled in the Kalihi-Palama neighborhood, our school resides at 783 N. King Street in Honolulu, Hawaii. Our namesake, Princess Victoria Ka’iulani was the heir apparent to the throne of Hawaii. Her mother, Princess Miriam Likelike was the sister of Queen Lili’uokalani and her father, Archibald Cleghorn, was a Scotsman from England.
|Waiau Elementary School||
Waiau, or “swirling waters”, originally referred to the abundance of rain in our uplands. These rains created many springs which became the sustenance for taro and rice fields. Waiau Elementary School continues to carry out the tradition associated with its name. In the same way that water provides nourishment for growth, we nurture and provide a foundation for our students.
|Waikele Elementary School||
Waikele is Hawaiian for fresh, still water with silt thus making for a lush coastal plain. In kind, Waikele Elementary School will also nurture productivity and excellence.
All learners learn at different rates and in different ways. All learners need meaningful experiences in a safe, nurturing, intellectually challenging environment. All learners are valued as loving, caring stewards of our community.
|Waimalu Elementary School||
Waimalu School is one of five elementary schools which provide learning opportunities for students in Kindergarten through sixth grade in the Aiea community. Waimalu is bordered by Moanalua Road and Kamehameha Highway. The school campus sits approximately 2/3 of a mile from the East Loch of Pearl Harbor.
|Wilson Elementary School||
Mayor John H. Wilson Elementary School is located in Waialae Nui Valley at the foot of the Koolau Mountain Range. It is one of eight schools (six elementary, one middle, and one high) which comprise the Kalani Complex in the Waialae, Kahala, and Kaimuki areas of East Honolulu.