About this school
Waipahu Intermediate uses a Middle School reform model where core teachers keep the same students for two years.
The school offers supplementary programs for students who are gifted and talented, have special needs, or are English language learners. Computer programs such as Achieve 3000, a non-fiction reading program, and Destination Math, support reading and math. Inclusion is implemented for special needs students through core classes in both grades.
A variety of afterschool learning experiences are offered, including interschool athletics, robotics, junior engineering and homework assistance. The School Community Council and Parent Community Network Coordinator promote community involvement.
Strive HI Performance System School Report: An annual snapshot of key school progress indicators such as reading, math and science scores, achievement growth, student readiness, and more. (2012-13 School Year).
For additional school- and state-level data, please visit the Accountability Resource Center Hawaii website. ARCH provides educational assessment and accountability information for the community and includes a variety of reports.