Nanaikapono Elementary

​​​​​​​About this school

Nanaikapono Elementary strives to provide every child with learning opportunities to develop physically, emotionally, intellectually and socially.

The Nanaikapono School-Community Museum, unique in the state, provides cultural experiences for the school and the public. The school has two computer labs, one for upper and one for lower elementary students.

Partnerships with Kamehameha Schools, and the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii, the University of Hawaii, and Safe and Civil Schools provide support services for students, parents and teachers. Students receive a variety of tutorial services, parents participate in volunteer services and parenting workshops, and teachers receive valuable professional development opportunities.​

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School Info

Official School Name:
Nanaikapono Elementary

Principal:
Debra Knight
Debra_Knight@hawaiidoe.org

Address:
89-153 Mano Avenue
Waianae, Hawaii 96792

Phone:
808-668-5800

Fax:
808-668-5890

Website:
Nanaikapono Elementary

School Type:
Elementary School

Grade Levels:
kindergarten; 1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd grade; 4th grade; 5th grade; 6th grade