Schools in 96701

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District Type Grade Span Schools Students
Hawaii Public Schools Public PK - 12 290 182,835

Schools in 96701

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    9 Pearl Ridge Elementary School

    'Yes, emphasis on scolastics is rigorous, but at what cost? My daughter attended Pearl Ridge from K through mid-5th grade, and she's still damaged by the treatment she received in 3rd (being yelled at...

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    6 Gustav H Webling Elementary School

    'Webling was a wonderful school until the principal came a few years ago. Since she came scores and morale have gone down. One of the favorite teachers was pushed out while mediocre ones are kept.'

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    5 Alvah A Scott Elementary School

    'In our experience here, most of the teachers are A+! Especially in grades K-4, the teachers have instilled a love for learning and provided a fun way to learn for my 3 children that have attended...

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    4 Waimalu Elementary School

    'Waimalu is a very good school with caring teachers and staff. My daughter had a very solid start to her kindergarten year. I heard that different teachers give varying amounts of homework and her...

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    2 Aiea Elementary School

    'My kids love this school and hate to move. We are a military family but local born in Hawaii from the outer islands. As a parent, I had no issues with the staff. The teachers ensured they kept my...

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    7 Aiea Intermediate School

    'This school gave me a great experience in life. The teachers are willing to help 24/7, you'll learn a lot in academics. Although this is only my first year of this school, it has already made me feel...

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    8 Aiea High School

    'This school is not very friendly to SPED children. I was a SPED kid myself, I should know. Teachers like to condescend on students and treat them like they're helpless. I wouldn't think babying SPED...

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