|Aiea Elementary School||
Welcome, welcome, welcome to Aiea Elementary School's website. Aiea is such a special place where our children's "Dreams Begin". We believe that our children here are very special---they enter kindergarten with inquisitive minds and leave with a bank of knowledge and dreams for the future!
|Alvah Scott Elementary School||
We will support each child’s educational journey by providing opportunities for success.
We envision the students of Alvah Scott Elementary School as responsible, productive citizens who will become life-long learners.
At Alvah Scott Elementary School, we believe that all children can become critical thinkers and responsible citizens through partnership between home and school.
Christian Academy is a church-sponsored, independent, private preschool through high school located in Honolulu County. Our mission is to educate and train young men and women with a mind for truth and a heart for God.
We employ the Principle Approach®, which is America’s historic Christian method of Biblical reasoning that makes the truth of God’s character and His Word the basis of every subject. Our graduates will be prepared to advance God’s kingdom as He has gifted and called them.
|Hale Kula Elementary School||
Hale Kula Elementary School is located on the Schofield Barracks Army Installation. Built in 1959, the school is one of ten schools (seven elementary, two middle, and one high school) in the Leilehua Complex, and we service students from special education pre-school to the fifth grade. 98% of our students are military dependents, making transition and deployment issues unique challenges for our staff.
Our primary mission is to train the children "of the household of faith" (Galatians 6:10) and provide opportunities for all children to hear and receive the gospel of Jesus Christ. From a Biblical foundation, we strive to develop students' intellectual, emotional, and spiritual capacities in a wide variety of fields and to lead students to a deeper worship of God and closer conformity to the image of Christ.
|Holy Nativity School||
Holy Nativity is an Episcopal day school that serves a broadly diverse range of children from age 3 through 6th grade – the only Episcopal school in Hawaii that focuses exclusively on those elementary grade years. It is an excellent school with a strong program that supports both the spiritual and the academic formation of its students.
|Hongwanji Mission School||
Hongwanji Mission School is a private coeducational school, Pre-school through Grade 8, located in the Nuuanu Valley, adjacent to downtown Honolulu.
At HMS, we strive to provide a safe environment which stresses a diverse academic curriculum with emphasis on moral and spiritual values. We recognize that each student is an individual worthy of personal attention. To this end we have kept class sizes small, with maximum student-teacher ratio of 18:1. This allows our teachers an opportunity to provide as much guidance and instruction as possible.
|Iroquis Point Elementary School||
Iroquois Point Elementary School has been helping children discover the joy of learning since 1960. Located 2.5 miles from the Ewa Beach business district, we serve children and families from the Waterfront at Pu'uloa community. Our student body is drawn from a combination of military and local families, reflecting the ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic diversity of Hawai'i.
|Ka'elepulu Elementary School||
Kaʻelepulu Elementary School was built in 1973. It's one of the three public schools circling Enchanted Lake and is located in Kailua beneath Olomana Hills.
Provide an educational program that is student focused with high expectations to create well rounded students.
Develop individual interdependence by helping students collaborate and become responsible individuals.
Have faculty and staff who are student focused with high expectations while communicating open-mindedly and non-judgmentally to create well rounded students.
|Moanalua Elementary School||
We believe Moanalua Elementary is a school community where everyone works together to provide an environment that nurtures and develops the whole child.
Moanalua Elementary School is a place where everyone is valued and can make a positive contribution. Our school-community shares the responsibility for providing a dynamic environment that develops knowledgeable, skillful, accountable and caring individuals.
|Pearl Harbor Elementary School||
Pearl Harbor Elementary School has been serving K-6 students, both military dependents and local residents since 1956. PHES belongs to the Radford Complex in the Central Oahu District of the Hawaii State Department of Education. It integrates a remarkably diverse population that includes Filipinos, Caucasians, African-Americans, Samoans, and Asian-Americans, together with medically fragile students from Aliamanu Crater Military Reservation, Little Makalapa, Ford Island and the Aliamanu/Salt Lake areas. The school is situated between the Navy Exchange (NEX) and the Moanalua Shopping Center.
|Red Hill Elementary School||
Red Hill Elementary School as a PUBLIC school serving 400 students who reside the communities of Moanalua Villages, Moanalua Terraces, and Coast Guard Housing. Red Hill Elementary School is part of the Moanalua Complex of Schools.
At Red Hill Elementary, we strive and go the distance to instill inspiration and knowledge in our young students. We are appreciative of a caring and dedicated faculty, supportive parents and community members. At Red Hill Elementary School, attitude is everything!
|Sacred Hearts Academy||
The Academy is at an exciting time in its over 100 year history, and we seek the good will of the entire school community as we pursue our mission of offering outstanding, single-sex education to young women of the 21st century.
What is special about Sacred Hearts Academy? As a Catholic independent college preparatory school for girls in Junior Kindergarten through twelfth grade, the Academy provides an outstanding quality education for young girls. Caring and professional teachers, small classes, a rich and varied curriculum, and lively, enthusiastic students make the Academy special.
|Solomon Elementary School||
We are located in the midst of Schofield Barracks Army Base. Our school colors are purple and gold and our school mascot is the lion cub. We are proud that our school is named after a highly decorated soldier who served his country, family and community with pride and honor. He was a decorated combat veteran of both Korea and Vietnam, who loved children and music.
|St. Francis School||
Saint Francis School is a legacy of Blessed Marianne Cope who dedicated her life to the care of those with Hansen’s disease and who were compelled to live in Kalaupapa, Molakai. Joyfully Mother Marianne accepted this call from God to continue the work begun by Father Damien and to minister to those whom no one else would serve. Many Hawaiian young women chose to follow Mother Marianne’s example and joined the Sisters of Saint Francis who also saw a need to establish and staff schools and hospitals in Hawaii.
|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.