About this school
Ni'ihau High and Elementary primary focus is on improving reading and math skills of students.
Elective classes include chorus, drawing and painting, Hawaiian arts and crafts, Hawaiian dance, keyboarding, music appreciation, Polynesian music, ukulele, and a writing workshop. Students at Ni'ihau School excel in the area of fine arts, particularly chorus and ukulele. The expression of the arts is evident in community celebrations such as Family Literacy Day and graduation.
Enrollment at the school fluctuates as children travel to and from Kaua'i for several weeks at a time.
Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Statement
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David Dooley, Civil Rights Compliance Branch, Kapaa-Kauai-Waimea Complex Area Specialist
- Phone Number: 808-586-3322
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Academic Plan & Financial Plan
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2017-2020 Strategic Plan.
Strive HI report
An annual snapshot of key school progress indicators including language arts, math and science scores, achievement growth, student readiness, and more. Learn more about the Strive HI Performance System here.
2015-16: No data
2014-15: 202 points, Continuous Improvement.
2013-14: 212 points, Continuous Improvement.
2012-13: 222 points, Continuous Improvement.
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