Name Rank District
Leihoku Elementary 136 Leeward
Haaheo Elementary 135 Hawaii
Pearl City High 134 Leeward
Iroquois Point Elementary 133 Leeward
Hale Kula Elementary 132 Central
Waimea High 131 Kauai
Honoluluowai Elementary 130 Leeward
Kaahumanu Elementary 129 Honolulu
Kauainakakai Elementary 128 Maui
Pearl Harbor Elementary 127 Central
Puohala Elementary 126 Windward
Kahakai Elementary 125 Hawaii
Likelike Elementary 124 Honolulu
Kapolei High 123 Leeward
Kalama Intermediate 122 Maui
Hookena Elementary and Intermediate 121 Hawaii
Nimitz Elementary 120 Central
Keaukaha Elementary 119 Hawaii
Laie Elementary 118 Windward
Kamehameha III Elementary 117 Maui

Grading the Public Schools: The 2004 Grades search results, filtered by desc, intvar, page: 7

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