|Barbers Point Elementary School||
Barbers Point Elementary School (BPES) is located on the southwestern tip of the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The area is presently known as Kalaeloa, the Hawaiian word for long cape or head land, a name with historical significance before the arrival of western influence. The present name change is due to the closure of NAS Barbers Point in the summer of 1999.
|Ewa Beach Elementary School||
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.
|Honowai Elementary School||
Core values reflect our beliefs at Honowai Elementary.
Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
|Island Pacific Academy||
Island Pacific Academy is an independent, non-profit, college preparatory, JK-12 school located in Kapolei, the fastest growing region of Oahu. Founded in 2004, IPA is fully accredited by the Hawaii Association of Independent Schools and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
|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
|Kanoelani Elementary School||
|Likelike Elementary School||
We know everyone can learn and it's a life-long thing. At Likelike our entire Ohana works to bring the help we need to learn, mature, and grow mentally, emotionally, and socially just so With DIGNITY we'll meet our high standard goals And exhibit PRIDE in our learner roles Always remembering to display along our way RESPECT for all in what we do and say. Dignity, Pride, and Respect!
|Lunalilo Elementary School||
King William Lunalilo Elementary School is located in Honolulu, HI and is one of 206 elementary schools in Hawaii Department Of Education School District. It is a public school that serves 495 students in grades PK, K-5.
King William Lunalilo Elementary School made AYP in 2010. Under No Child Left Behind, a school makes Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) if it achieves the minimum levels of improvement determined by the state of Hawaii in terms of student performance and other accountability measures.
|Manana Elementary School||
Nestled in an established Pearl City community, Manana Elementary School’s enrollment continues to be diverse (socially and economically). Manana School is a professional, positive, and caring environment where students needs are met by addressing school-wide needs.
|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.
|Mililani Waena Elementary School||
Aloha! E kipa mai (welcome), to the Home of the Menehune - Mililani Waena Elementary School. It is a pleasure to have you visit our school and Web Site. Join us as we share our Menehune Pride that is evident in all that we do.
|Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School||
Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School, located within the Naval Housing area - Hale Moku, was first opened in 1943 and was then known as the Naval Housing School. The school was later known as Pearl Harbor Elementary School and, presently, as Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary. A preponderance of military dependents and a high transiency rate characterizes the composition of the student population. 95% of the students are classified as federally connected as parents are on active duty with the Navy, Marines or the Army.
|Prince Jonah Kuhio Elementary School||
Prince Jonah Kuhio Elementary School is in venerable Mo`ili`ili, a section of Honolulu just at the foot of the University of Hawai`i at Manoa. Once a suburb of old Honolulu, Mo`ili`ili is now largely populated with high-rise and walkup apartment dwellers, with a smattering of single family house owners. Kuhio has a wide mixture of ethnic groups and nationalities because of the makeup of the community and because of nearby East-West Center on the University campus. Kuhio also has a crosssection of socio-economic groups, from solid middle class to poverty levels.
|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!
|Trinity Lutheran School||
As a member of the largest Protestant school system in the United States, Trinity Lutheran School has served the island of Oahu with quality, Christian education for over 55 years! Located in central Oahu, Trinity Lutheran School offers a convenient location serving families from Wahiawa, Mililani, the North Shore, Ewa Beach and other nearby communities, as well as numerous area military bases, such as Schofield Barracks and Wheeler Army Airfield. Trinity Lutheran School offers small class sizes, affordable tuition and a safe, caring learning environment.