About this school
Anuenue School teaches students the Hawaiian language for all content areas and English is introduced in 5th grade. Anuenue is a part of the lush Ala Wai and Waikiki watershed, providing students, staff and visitors a firsthand experience with native agriculture, Hawaiian culture, and the Hawaiian language — an official state language.
Anuenue students participate in State Student Council activities, events, and trainings. They are also very active in a variety of athletic events such as football, volleyball and basketball through the school’s membership in the Oahu Interscholastic Association.
Academic Plan & Financial Plan
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2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
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- 2014-15 Report: 149; Continuous Improvement (full results suppressed due to small student population)
- 2012-13 Report: 156; Continuous Improvement (full results suppressed due to small student population)
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