Strive HI Performance System Report
The Department's school accountability and performance system tracks student achievement, growth, reduction in the achievement gap between high-needs students and their peers, chronic absenteeism and graduation rates. You can find the most recent report on each school's
profile page. Due to privacy laws and regulations, reports for schools with very small student populations are suppressed.
Learn more about the state's
Strive HI Performance System.
School Status & Improvement Report
One of several major accountability reports produced annually by the DOE, the School Status & Improvement Report (SSIR) addresses standard-based education reporting requirements in §302A-1004, Hawaii Revised Statutes. The DOE prepares an individual SSIR for each school, each containing a description of the school and its setting, a summary of school improvement progress, available resources, and vital signs on school performance.
Trend Report: Educational and Fiscal Accountability
This report provides three years of trend data on school, complex and state performance at selected benchmark grade levels with performance indicators in areas relating to student achievement, safety and well-being, and civic responsibility. These reports present public trend data in a concise two-page format for each complex and school.
Annual student enrollment counts for all Hawaii public and charter schools.
Accreditation of Schools
The accreditation process validates and certifies the integrity of a school’s program and student transcripts. Some colleges and universities consider only applicants who have graduated from an accredited school.