Name Rank District
Kalanianaole Elementary and Intermediate 156 Hawaii
Hilo Intermediate 155 Hawaii
Kalihi Elementary 154 Honolulu
Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary 153 Central
Highlands Intermediate 152 Leeward
Kalani High 151 Honolulu
Kapolei Middle 150 Leeward
Maui Waena Intermediate 149 Maui
Kaala Elementary 148 Central
Shafter Elementary 147 Central
Waiakea Intermediate 146 Hawaii
Wheeler Elementary 145 Central
Kaiulani Elementary 144 Honolulu
Lincoln Elementary 143 Honolulu
KeKauailike High 142 Maui
Kahului Elementary 141 Maui
Makalapa Elementary 140 Central
Jarrett Middle 139 Honolulu
Pahoa Elementary 138 Hawaii
Kainalu Elementary 137 Windward

Grading the Public Schools: The 2004 Grades search results, filtered by desc, intvar, page: 6

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