Name Rank District
Waianae Intermediate 256 Leeward
Nanakuli High and Intermediate 255 Leeward
Waianae Elementary 254 Leeward
Campbell High 253 Leeward
Wheeler Intermediate 252 Central
Waianae High 251 Leeward
Fern Elementary 250 Honolulu
Lanai High and Elementary 249 Maui
Waipahu Intermediate 248 Leeward
Naalehu Elementary and Intermediate 247 Hawaii
Kauai High and Palama Elementary 246 Hawaii
Waipahu High 245 Leeward
Waialua High and Intermediate 244 Central
Honoluluokaa High and Intermediate 243 Hawaii
Maili Elementary 242 Leeward
Centraltral Middle 241 Honolulu
Pahoa High and Intermediate 240 Hawaii
Waiahole Elementary 239 Windward
Waimanalo Elementary and Intermediate 238 Windward
Ilima Intermediate 237 Leeward

Grading the Public Schools: The 2004 Grades search results, filtered by 220, desc, intvar, page: 12

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