About this school
The staff and families of ʻEhunuikaimalino are committed to perpetuating the language, customs, traditions, skills, spirituality and character of the Hawaiian people.
Students are instructed in standards-based classrooms with curriculum translated from English texts. Elementary students are taught in Hawaiian until the fifth grade, when they receive one hour of English language arts instruction daily. The secondary school delivers content in both English and Hawaiian.
ʻEhunuikaimalino high school students are able to participate in athletic teams or clubs with Konawaena High. Parental participation is encouraged through a number of events and representation on the School Community Council.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
Every school develops an Academic Plan as part of collaborative process with its School Community Council, staff and Complex Area. The three-year plan provides structure for a school's plans for improvement, achievement and innovation. The companion one-year financial plan outlines anticipated expenditures to realize the vision of the Academic Plan. Both are aligned to the state's
2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
An annual snapshot of key school progress indicators such as reading, math and science scores, achievement growth, student readiness, and more. Learn more about the Strive HI Performance System
here. Due to a small student population, full data are not available for this school. However, the school's Strive HI Index score and Strive HI Step are noted (prior to 2015-16).
2015-16: No points assigned, view
Strive HI Master Data File for individual school results.
2014-15 Report: 211 points, Continuous Improvement
2013-14 Report: 193 points, Continuous Improvement
2012-13 Report: 187 points, Continuous Improvement
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