Name Rank District
Kalihi Waena Elementary 229 Honolulu
Kuhio Elementary 163 Honolulu
Hahaione Elementary 29 Honolulu
Kaiulani Elementary 144 Honolulu
Hawaiiaii Centralter for the Deaf and the Blind 5 Honolulu
Kalihi Elementary 154 Honolulu
Lincoln Elementary 143 Honolulu
Jarrett Middle 139 Honolulu
Centraltral Middle 241 Honolulu
Koko Head Elementary 11 Honolulu
Maemae Elementary 7 Honolulu
Anuenue 231 Honolulu
Waikiki Elementary 42 Honolulu
Ala Wai Elementary 203 Honolulu
Fern Elementary 250 Honolulu
Wailupe Valley Elementary 23 Honolulu
Kauailuwela Elementary 167 Honolulu
Kaiser High 97 Honolulu
Jefferson Elementary 166 Honolulu
Kawananakoa Middle 45 Honolulu

Grading the Public Schools: The 2004 Grades search results, filtered by asc, additionalinfo, page: 6

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