List of elementary schools in Hawaii
This is a list of elementary schools in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi.
Honolulu
Public
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment  Charter 

Abraham Lincoln Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1908  
Admiral Chester W. Nimitz Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1954  
ʻĀina Haina Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1951  
Ala Wai Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1954  
Aliamanu Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1957  
Aliʻiolani Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1925  
Education Laboratory NCPCS  Honolulu  K12  2001  charter 
Ewa Elementary  Honolulu  K12  1882  
Fern Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1924  
Hahaʻione Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1967  
Halau Lokahi NCPCS  Honolulu  K12  2001  charter 
Lt.Col Horace Meek Hickam Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1950  
Hokulani Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1958  
Kaʻewai Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1956  
Kahala Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1954  
Kalihi Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1954  
Kalihi Kai Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1913  
Kalihi Uka Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1920  
Kalihi Waena Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1888  
Kamiloʻiki Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1970  
Kapālama Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1927  
Kauluwela Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1888  
Ke Kula Kaiapuni ʻo Ānuenue  Honolulu  K12  1958  
King William C. Lunalilo Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1923  
Koko Head Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1954  
Lanakila Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1925  
Liholiho Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1926  
Likelike Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1922  
Liliʻuokalani Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1912  
Linapuni Elementary  Honolulu  K2  1965  
Maʻemaʻe Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1896  
Major General William R. Shafter Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1966  
Makalapa Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1971  
Mānoa Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1945  
Mayor John H. Wilson Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1961  
Mililani Mauka Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1993  
Moanalua Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1961  
Mokulele Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1960  
Myron Thompson Academy NCPCS  Honolulu  K12  2001  charter 
Noelani Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1962  
Nuʻuanu Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1960  
Palolo Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1921  
Pauoa Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1847  
Pearl Harbor Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1956  
Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1943  
President Thomas Jefferson Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1933  
Prince Jonah Kūhiō Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1884  
Princess Victoria Kaʻiulani Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1899  
Puʻuhale Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1929  
Queen Kaʻahumanu Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1900  
Red Hill Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1968  
Royal Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1839  
Salt Lake Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1970  
Voyager PCS  Honolulu  K8  2000  charter 
Waiʻalae Elementary PCS  Honolulu  K5  1927  charter 
Waikiki Elementary  Honolulu  K6  1880  
Wailupe Valley Elementary  Honolulu  K5  1958 
Solomon Elementary School
Solomon Elementary's namesake was a member of the Wolfhounds. The dedication of the original campus was on November 11, 1969 while the dedication of the current facility occurred on November 9, 2019.^{ [1]} In the 20162017 school year it had 933 students. The Department of Defense’s Office of Economic Adjustment funded the construction of the current campus with a $70,248,901.^{ [2]} The State of Hawaii added an additional $20,000,000 to the funding. The current campus has four buildings, with each up to two stories tall, and a capacity of above 800. These buildings have 63 classrooms total.^{ [3]}
Inouye Elementary School
Inouye Elementary opened in 1959 as Hale Kula Elementary School, and it was given its current name on April 19, 2016.^{ [4]}
Pearl Harbor Elementary School
In 2003 the Hawaii Senate voted $2,500,000 to plan, design, and construct a library for the school.^{ [5]}
The Hawaii Federal Fire Department chose this school to launch the 2004 Fire Prevention Week on October 5, 2004.^{ [6]}
Kindergarten teacher Ruth Komatsu was named in January 1997 as one of Hawaii's Top Teachers.^{ [7]}
Notable alumni:
 Deborah Wiles, children's author.^{ [8]}
Red Hill Elementary School
The campus boasts two 1976 sculptures by Claude Horan, Hoʻolaulea and Cecil.^{ [9]}
Red Hill Elementary has recognized as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School.^{ [10]}
Private
 Hawaii Baptist Academy, Honolulu
 ʻIolani School, Honolulu
 Kamehameha Schools, Honolulu
 Le Jardin Academy, Kailua
 Maryknoll School, Honolulu
 MidPacific Institute, Honolulu
 Myron B. Thompson Academy, Honolulu
 Punahou School, Honolulu
 Sacred Hearts Academy, Honolulu
 Saint Andrew's Priory School for Girls, Honolulu
Greater Oʻahu
Public
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment  Charter 

Ahuimanu Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1973  
Aiea Elementary  Aiea  K6  1925  
Alvah A. Scott Elementary  Aiea  K6  1956  
ʻAikahi Elementary  Kailua  K6  1960  
August Ahrens Elementary  Waipahu  K6  1924  
Barbers Point Elementary  Kapolei  K5  1954  
Blanche Pope Elementary  Waimanalo  K6  1964  
Daniel K. Inouye Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1959  
Enchanted Lake Elementary  Kailua  K6  1963  
Ewa Beach Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  1959  
Ewa Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  1922  
Gustav H. Webling Elementary  Aiea  K6  1967  
Haleʻiwa Elementary  Haleiwa  K6  1871  
Hauʻula Elementary  Hauula  K6  1900  
Heʻeia Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1960  
Helemano Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1956  
Holomua Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  1995  
Honowai Elementary  Waipahu  K6  1967  
Iliahi Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1963  
Iroquois Point Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  1960  
Ka Waihona o ka Naʻauao NCPCS  Waiʻanae  K8  2001  charter 
Kaʻaʻawa Elementary  Kaaawa  K6  1904  
Kaʻala Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1958  
Kaʻelepulu Elementary  Kailua  K6  1973  
Kahaluʻu Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1963  
Kahuku Elementary  Kahuku  K6  1988  
Kailua Elementary  Kailua  K6  1940  
Kaʻimiloa Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  1972  
Kainalu Elementary  Kailua  K6  1954  
Kaleiʻopuʻu Elementary  Waipahu  K6  1989  
Kamaile Academy PCS  Waianae  K6  1989  charter 
Kāneʻohe Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1956  
Kanoelani Elementary  Waipahu  K6  1982  
Kaʻōhao PCS  Kailua  K6  1963  charter 
Kapolei Elementary  Kapolei  K5  1993  
Kapunahala Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1962  
Ke Kula ʻo Samuel M. Kamakau Lab PCS  Kaneʻohe  K12  2001  charter 
Keolu Elementary  Kailua  K6  1961  
Keoneʻula Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  2007  
Kipapa Elementary  Mililani  K5  1932  
Lāʻie Elementary  Laie  K6  1927  
Lehua Elementary  Pearl City  K6  1965  
Leihoku Elementary  Waianae  K6  1980  
Māʻili Elementary  Waianae  K6  1963  
Major Sheldon Wheeler Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1926  
Makaha Elementary  Waianae  K6  1960  
Makakilo Elementary  Kapolei  K5  1968  
Manana Elementary  Pearl City  K6  1969  
Mauka Lani Elementary  Kapolei  K5  1973  
Maunawili Elementary  Kailua  K6  1958  
Mililani ʻIke Elementary  Mililani  K5  2004  
Mililani Mauka Elementary  Mililani  K5  1993  
Mililani Uka Elementary  Mililani  K5  1974  
Mililani Waena Elementary  Mililani  K5  1971  
Mokapu Elementary  Kailua  K6  1960  
Momilani Elementary  Pearl City  K6  1972  
Nānāikapono Elementary  Waianae  K6  1933  
Nānākuli Elementary  Waianae  K6  1977  
Palisades Elementary  Pearl City  K6  1965  
Pearl City Elementary  Pearl City  K6  1956  
Pearl City Highlands Elementary  Pearl City  K6  
Pearl Ridge Elementary  Aiea  K6  1972  
Pohakea Elementary  Ewa Beach  K6  1963  
Pūʻōhala Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1967  
Reverend Benjamin Parker Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1927  
Solomon Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1968  
Sunset Beach Elementary School  Haleiwa  K6  1973  
Wahiawa Elementary  Wahiawa  K5  1948  
Waiahole Elementary  Kaneohe  K6  1883  
Waialua Elementary  Waialua  K6  1966  
Waiʻanae Elementary  Waianae  K6  1918  
Waiau Elementary  Pearl City  K6  1974  
Waikele Elementary  Waipahu  K6  1998  
Waimalu Elementary  Aiea  K6  1960  
Waimānalo Elementary & Intermediate  Waimanalo  K8  1925  
Waipahu Elementary  Waipahu  K6  1918 
Private
 Honolulu Waldorf School, Kahala
 Le Jardin Academy, Kailua
Niʻihau
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment 

Niʻihau High & Elementary  Waimea  K12  1904 
Kauaʻi
Public
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment  Charter 

ʻEleʻele Elementary  Eleele  K5  1911  
Elsie H. Wilcox Elementary  Lihue  K5  1881  
Hanalei Elementary  Hanalei  K6  1881  
Kalaheo Elementary  Kalaheo  K5  1903  
Kanuikapono PCS  Anahola  K12  2001  charter 
Kapaʻa Elementary  Kapaa  K5  1964  
Kawaikini NCPCS  Lihue  K12  2008  charter 
Ke Kula Niʻihau o Kekaha PCS  Kekaha  K12  2001  charter 
Kekaha Elementary  Kekaha  K5  1888  
Kilauea Elementary  Kilauea  K6  1921  
King Kaumualiʻi Elementary  Lihue  K5  1990  
Koloa Elementary  Koloa  K5  1877  
Kula Aupuni Niʻihau A Kahelelani Aloha  Makaweli  K12  2001  charter 
Private
 Island School, Līhuʻe
 Kahili Adventist School, Koloa
Molokaʻi
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment  Charter 

Kaunakakai Elementary  Kaunakakai  K6  1908  
Kilohana Elementary  Kaunakakai  K6  1935  
Kualapuu Elementary NCPCCS  Kualapuu  K6  1962  charter 
Maunaloa Elementary  Maunaloa  K6  1927 
Lānaʻi
The only school in Lānaʻi is Lānaʻi High & Elementary School.
Maui
Public
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment  Charter 

Haʻikū Elementary  Haiku  K5  1920  
Hāna High and Elementary School  Hana  K12  1912  
Kahului Elementary  Kahului  K5  1960  
Kamaliʻi Elementary  Kihei  K5  1996  
Kihei Elementary  Kihei  K5  1977  
Kihei Charter  Kihei  K12  2001  charter 
King Kamehameha III Elementary  Lahaina  K5  1957  
Kula Elementary  Kula  K5  1964  
Lihikai Elementary  Kahului  K5  1965  
Makawao Elementary  Makawao  K5  1936  
Pāʻia Elementary  Paia  K5  1908  
Pōmaikaʻi Elementary  Kahului  K5  2007  
Princess Nāhiʻenaʻena Elementary  Lahaina  K5  1988  
Puʻu Kukui Elementary  Wailuku  K5  2012  
Pukalani Elementary  Pukalani  K5  1976  
Waiheʻe Elementary  Wailuku  K5  1879  
Wailuku Elementary  Wailuku  K5  1904 
Private
 Kamehameha Schools Maui Campus, Pukalani
 Seabury Hall College Preparatory School, Makawao
Big Island
Public
School Name  City  Grades  Establishment  Charter 

Chiefess Kapiʻolani Elementary  Hilo  K6  1922  
Connections PCS  Hilo  K10  2000  charter 
Ernest Bowen de Silva Elementary  Hilo  K6  1959  
Haʻaheo Elementary  Hilo  K6  1900  
Hawaii Academy of Arts & Science PCS  Pahoa  K12  2001  charter 
Hilo Union  Hilo  K6  1912  
Holualoa Elementary  Holualoa  K5  1896  
Honaunau Elementary  Captain Cook  K5  1901  
Honokaʻa Elementary  Honokaa  K6  1889  
Hoʻokena Elementary  Captain Cook  K5  1931  
Innovations PCS  KailuaKona  K8  2001  charter 
Ka ʻUmeke Kāʻeo PCS  Hilo  K6  2001  charter 
Kahakai Elementary  KailuaKona  K5  1982  
Kanu o ka ʻĀina New Century PCS  Kamuela  K12  2000  charter 
Kaʻū High and Pāhala Elementary  Pahala  K12  1881  
Kaʻūmana Elementary  Hilo  K6  1904  
Ke Kula ʻo ʻEhunuikaimalino  Kealakekua  K12  
Ke Kula ʻo Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu Iki Lab PCS  Keaʻau  K6  2001  charter 
Keaʻau Elementary  Keaʻau  K5  1998  
Kealakehe Elementary  KailuaKona  K5  1968  
Keaukaha Elementary  Hilo  K6  1930  
Keonepoko Elementary  Pahoa  K6  1991  
Kohala Elementary  Kapaau  K5  1901  
Kona Pacific PCS  K5  2008  charter  
Konawaena Elementary  Kealakekua  K5  1963  
Laupāhoehoe High & Elementary School  Laupahoehoe  K12  1904  
Mountain View Elementary  Mountain View  K5  1902  
Nā Wai Ola PCS  Kurtistown  K12  2000  charter 
Naʻalehu School  Naalehu  K6  1928  
Paʻauilo Elementary & Intermediate  Paauilo  K9  1951  
Pahoa Elementary  Pahoa  K6  1910  
Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole Elementary & Intermediate  Papaikou  K8  1884  
Volcano School Arts/Sciences PCS  Volcano  K8  2001  charter 
Waiākea Elementary  Hilo  K5  1963  
Waiākeawaena Elementary  Hilo  K5  1909  
Waikoloa Elementary & Middle  Waikoloa  K8  1994  
Waimea Elementary  Kamuela  K5  1966 
Private
 Hawaii Academy of Arts and Sciences, Pahoa
 Hawaiʻi Preparatory Academy, Kamuela
 Hualalai Academy, Kailua Kona
 Kamehameha Schools Hawaii Campus, Keaʻau
 Ke Kula ʻo Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu, Keaʻau
 Kona Christian Academy, Kailua Kona
 Parker School, Kamuela
See also
 List of high schools in Hawaii
 List of middle schools in Hawaii
 Hawaiʻi State Department of Education, sole centralized school district for the state
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