Name Rank District
Nanaikapono Elementary 236 Leeward
Molokai High and Intermediate 235 Maui
Iao Intermediate 234 Maui
Wahiawa Middle 233 Central
Mokapu Elementary 232 Windward
Anuenue 231 Honolulu
Waipahu Elementary 230 Leeward
Kalihi Waena Elementary 229 Honolulu
Farrington High 228 Honolulu
Laupahoehoe High and Elementary 227 Hawaii
Lokelani Intermediate 226 Maui
Honoluluaunau Elementary and Intermediate 225 Hawaii
Solomon Elementary 224 Central
Keaau Middle 223 Hawaii
Pohakea Elementary 222 Leeward
Keaau High 221 Hawaii
Kalihi Uka Elementary 220 Honolulu
Nanakuli Elementary 219 Leeward
Aliamanu Middle 218 Central
Aiea Intermediate 217 Central

Grading the Public Schools: The 2004 Grades search results, filtered by desc, intvar, page: 2

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