Strive HI reports show statewide school performance measures remain steady

19-Sep-2017

HIDOE shared its 2016-17 Strive HI Performance System results this evening during the Board of Education community meeting. The school accountability system focuses on state and school progress on Strategic Plan Student Success Objectives and provides educators and communities with information to take action for student learning.

​The Hawaii State Department of Education shared its 2016-17 Strive HI Performance System results this evening during the Board of Education community meeting. The school accountability system focuses on state and schools' progress on Strategic Plan Student Success Objectives and provides educators and communities with information to take action for student learning.

"The results are encouraging and show our focus moving in the right direction with college and career readiness measures remaining steady, including some growth in Science," said Superintendent Dr. Christina Kishimoto. "As we move forward, we will be very specific and purposeful in our approach to address the achievement gap and chronic absenteeism. We will take what we have learned about effective student-centered practices since 2005 and raise our implementation work to another level."

While statewide overall results in English Language Arts, Math and Science have shown growth over the past three years; the results have been mixed compared to 2016:

  • Science – up 5 percentage points from 2015
    (2015: 41%; 2016: 43%; 2017: 46%)
  • Mathematics – up 2 percentage points from 2015
    (2015: 41%; 2016: 42%; 2017: 43%)
  • English Language Arts/Literacy – up 3 percentage points from 2015
    (2015: 48%; 2016: 51%; 2017: 51%)

While overall state results were stable, the following schools showed the most growth in English Language Arts and Math over the past three years (scroll to the bottom of the release for an extended list of top performing schools):

  • English Language Arts/Literacy – Three-year gains in percentage of students meeting/exceeding standards:
    • Kauai High – up 34 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 25%; 2016: 59%; 2017: 59%)
    • Kapaa High – up 33 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 33%; 2016: 58%; 2017: 66%)
    • Kahuku High & Intermediate – up 30 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 20%; 2016: 54%; 2017: 50%)
    • Kaiser High up 28 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 51%; 2016: 74%; 2017: 79%)
    • Pauoa Elementary – up 21 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 56%; 2016: 78%; 2017: 77%)
  • Math – Three-year gains in percentage of students meeting/exceeding standards:
    • Pauoa Elementary – up 34 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 47%; 2016: 72%; 2017: 81%)

    • Kohala High – up 32 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 15%; 2016: 22%; 2017: 47%)

    • Kapolei Elementary – up 26 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 30%; 2016: 52%; 2017: 56%)

    • Kealakehe High – up 25 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 19%; 2016: 39%; 2017: 44%)
    • Haleiwa Elementary – up 22 percentage points from 2015
      (2015: 49%; 2016: 49%; 2017: 71%)

Strive HI was launched in school year 2012-13 as the state's locally designed performance system that was a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) law. The accountability system includes multiple measures of school performance including proficiency in Science, Math and Language Arts/Literacy; chronic absenteeism; school climate; graduation rates; and achievement gaps. The system was modified earlier this year to address the federal requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and the revised DOE/BOE Strategic Plan. The law replaces both NCLB and the state's waiver. ESSA requires full implementation including the provisions related to school accountability this school year.

English Language Arts and Math scores are derived from the Smarter Balanced Assessment, and Science scores are from the Hawaii State Assessment in Science.

Click here to view the 2016-17 State Snapshot of Strive HI indicators. For more information about the Strive HI performance system, click here.

Below are lists of top performers across indicators in the Strive HI System. Results for schools with small student populations are suppressed to protect student privacy.


​Highest Achieving Schools in Meeting English Language Arts/Literacy Standards
Statewide: 50%

Lanikai El
88%
Kaelepulu El
84%
Mililani Ike El
82%
Momilani El
81%
de Silva El
80%
Mililani Uka El
79%
Hickam El
79%
Kaiser High
79%
Koko Head El
78%
Pauoa El
77%
Manoa El
77%
Aina Haina El
77%
Roosevelt High
77%
Waikiki El
76%
Noelani El
75%


Highest Achieving Schools in Meeting Math Standards

Statewide: 42%

Lanikai El
89%
Momilani El
87%
Pauoa El
81%
Noelani El
79%
Waikiki El
79%
Mililani Ike El
78%
Maemae El
76%
Wilson El
76%
Kaelepulu El
75%
Aliiolani El
75%
Mililani Mauka El
75%
Mililani Uka El
75%
Palisades El
74%
Laie El
73%
Pearl Ridge El
73%


Highest Achieving Schools in Meeting Science Standards

Statewide: 46%

Lanikai El
98%
Maunawili El
96%
Haleiwa El
96%
Kaelepulu El
92%
Mililani Ike El
92%
Manoa El
91%
Maemae El
91%
Kamalii El
91%
Pearl City El
91%
Waikiki El
90%
Mililani Mauka El
89%
Hickam El
88%
Aikahi El
88%
Waiau El
88%
Koko Head El
87%


Highest Achieving Schools in English Language Arts/Literacy Growth (3-Year Average Gains)

Kauai High
+17 percentage points
Kapaa High
+17 percentage points
Kahuku High & Intermediate
+15 percentage points
Kaiser High
+14 percentage points
Pauoa El
+11 percentage points
Kaewai El
+11 percentage points
SEEQS
+10 percentage points
Waialua High & Intermediate
+9 percentage points
Waiakea High
+9 percentage points
Makawao El
+9 percentage points
Kapolei El
+9 percentage points
Kalihi Uka El
+8 percentage points
Kalaheo High
+8 percentage points
Aliamanu Middle
+8 percentage points
Na Wai Ola
+7 percentage points
Kealakehe High
+7 percentage points

Highest Achieving Schools in Math Growth (3-Year Average Gains)

Pauoa El
+17 percentage points
Kohala High
+16 percentage points
Kapolei El
+13 percentage points
Kealakehe High
+13 percentage points
Haleiwa El
+11 percentage points
Aliiolani El
+11 percentage points
Kauai High
+11 percentage points
Kaewai El
+11 percentage points
Waiau El
+9 percentage points
Kekaulike High
+9 percentage points
Palolo El
+9 percentage points
Waiahole El
+8 percentage points
Kalihi Uka El
+8 percentage points
Wheeler Middle
+8 percentage points

Highest Achieving Elementary Schools in Reducing Chronic Absenteeism

Maunaloa El
-21 percentage points
Mountain View El
-6 percentage points
Keonepoko El
-6 percentage points
Na Wai Ola
-6 percentage points
Lincoln El
-5 percentage points
Naalehu El
-5 percentage points
Maunawili El
-5 percentage points
Sunset Beach El
-5 percentage points
Kamalii El
-5 percentage points
Kamehameha III El
-5 percentage points
Likelike El
-4 percentage points
Konawaena El
-4 percentage points
Waimalu El
-4 percentage points
Waiahole El
-4 percentage points
Royal El
-4 percentage points
​Kalihi Waena El
​-4 percentage points
​Kaunakakai El
​-4 percentage points

Highest Achieving Middle Schools in Reducing Chronic Absenteeism

Ilima Intermediate
-5 percentage points
Wahiawa Middle
-4 percentage points
Waiakea Intermediate
-4 percentage points
Kapaa Middle
-4 percentage points
Lahaina Intermediate
-3 percentage points
Stevenson Middle
-3 percentage points
Aliamanu Middle
-3 percentage points
Iao Intermediate
-3 percentage points
Highlands Intermediate
-3 percentage points
Washington Middle
-2 percentage points
Waimea Canyon Middle
-1 percentage point
Waipahu Intermediate
-1 percentage point
Kalakaua Middle
-1 percentage point
Ka Umeke Kaeo
-1 percentage point
Moanalua Middle
-1 percentage point

Highest Achieving High Schools in Reducing Chronic Absenteeism

Niihau O Kekaha
-12 percentage points
KANAKA
-8 percentage points
Kanu o ka Aina
-7 percentage points
Laupahoehoe Community PCS
-4 percentage points
Lahainaluna High
-4 percentage points
Kekaulike High
-4 percentage points
Kailua High
-3 percentage points
Molokai High
-3 percentage points
Anuenue 
-3 percentage points
Thompson Academy
-3 percentage points
Kauai High
-3 percentage points
Waialua High & Intermediate
-2 percentage points
Mililani High
-2 percentage points
Moanalua High
-2 percentage points

Highest Achieving Schools in Graduation Rate (Four-Year Rate)

University Laboratory
100%
Thompson Academy
97%
Anuenue
97%
Moanalua High
95%
Ehunuikaimalino
95%
Mililani High
94%
Radford High
94%
Kauai High
90%
Kalani High90%
Kapaa High
90%

​Highest Achieving Schools in College-Going Rate
16-month enrollment rate

University Laboratory
86%
Kalani High81%
Roosevelt High
75%
Kaiser High
74%
Mililani High
72%
McKinley High
67%
Kalaheo High
66%
Moanalua High
64%
Radford High
61%
Pearl City High
60%
Waimea High
58%
​Hawaii Academy
​58%
​Kapaa High
​57%
​Kauai High
​57%
Molokai High
56%

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Phone: (808) 586-3232

Email: Donalyn_Dela_Cruz@hawaiidoe.org

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