Name Rank District
Lehua Elementary 196 Leeward
Kaewai Elementary 195 Honolulu
Keolu Elementary 194 Windward
Liliuokalani Elementary 193 Honolulu
Castle High 192 Windward
Olomana School 191 Windward
Aliamanu Elementary 190 Central
Kailua Intermediate 189 Windward
Lanakila Elementary 188 Honolulu
Waimea Elementary 187 Hawaii
Lahaina Luna High 186 Maui
Ewa Beach Elementary 185 Leeward
Haleiwa Elementary 184 Central
KalaKauaia Middle 183 Honolulu
Kaimiloa Elementary 182 Leeward
Salt Lake Elementary 181 Central
Kohala Middle 180 Hawaii
August Ahrens Elementary 179 Leeward
McKinley High 178 Honolulu
Waimea Middle 177 Hawaii

Grading the Public Schools: The 2004 Grades search results, filtered by desc, intvar, page: 4

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