As you will come to see, Assets School is not an ordinary school, but like our students – unique and distinctive. As a leader in education Assets gives its students the knowledge, skills and capabilities to live rich and meaningful lives, advance in their chosen careers and improve the communities in which they live.
|Holy Family Catholic Academy||
At Holy Family Catholic Academy, we believe, as Jesus taught us, that each child is a unique individual created by Almighty God. We believe that parents are the primary educators of our students. In partnership with them, we strive to provide an opportunity for maximum development of spiritual, moral, academic, physical, and social characteristics. We are dedicated to this goal in the spirit of mutual respect focusing on the personal growth of each child by teaching Catholic Doctrine, building community, and providing service to others.
|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.
|Kaahumanu Elementary School||
Our Belief Statements:
Assistance should be given to all students in need of mastering the standards, not just those performing at the lowest levels of achievement.
|Kaala Elementary School||
Our school colors are red and blue. In 1986, the student body decided to change the colors.
They took a vote to see which two colors were the most popular. Red and blue were the winners because it represented the blue skies above us and the red soil below. Before that, our school colors were blue and white. Blue was the color or the nearby Waianae Mountain Range and white the color of the frequent passing clouds.
|Kainalu Elementary School||
Kainalu School is a nurturing environment where everyone has a love for learning and teaching. Our school is a family that includes its students, staff, parents, and residents. Together, we promote an atmosphere that respects individuality, fosters cooperation, and provides challenges and opportunities for success.
|Kanoelani Elementary School||
|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.
|Lincoln Elementary School||
Lincoln School was originally located near Thomas Square and moved to its present location at the foot of Punchbowl in 1956.
The student population of 360 is economically and culturally diverse, with Hawaiians and part Hawaiians making up 34% of the student body.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|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.