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Tips for Selecting a School
The following are some tips to help you select the perfect educational institution:

Tip #1: Examine the school's academic curriculum.
All educational institutes will offer a variety of basic courses such as mathematics and English. Make sure your middle school or high school student will get a rounded education, but don’t stop there. Look beyond the basics. Specialized literature or history courses, as well as foreign language classes, are always great options to have available. A college should offer your major and should have many classes that apply to your major. When applicable, make sure the school you select offers accelerated or remedial classes. Preschool should be a learning experience for your child, not just an expensive daycare.

Tip #2: Check out the goals and results of the school.
The goal of any school should be to prepare students for the next step in life. A high school will want to prepare a student for college, and a college will want to prepare students for a job. The goal of an educational institute always sounds wonderful, but make sure the school lives up to its claim. Look at details such as the percentage of students who return for another year there and what percentage of students graduate. High schools may be able to provide you with how many students continued on to a college or university, while colleges and universities may be able to provide you with how many students got a job in their select field after graduation.

Tip #3: Examine the academic setting.
Enrollment numbers don’t necessarily affect the quality of education that is received at a school. A more important factor is class size. If there is only one teacher for dozens of students, students will receive less one-on-one time with their teacher. Make sure at least most of the courses are taught by teachers or professors, not teaching aids. Examine the learning materials that are used. Textbooks should be recent. The school library should be large, up-to-date, and should contain plenty of reference materials and computers.

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Institute of Intensive English
1 review: *****
2255 Kuhio Ave Ste 700, Honolulu, HI 96815
(808) 924-2117 Write review for this local business

"I witnessed this school taking students on a field trip. Children as young as 6 years old were left on a very dangerous hiking trail unchaperoned when anyone could have taken them or they could have fallen. This school does not have the professionalism to handle students and did not seem at all concerned that strangers had to save the students from a dangerous situation. This is not a safe learnin ..."
Mauka Lani Elementary School Write review for this local business
92-1300 Panana St, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 672-1100  
Waikele Elementary School Write review for this local business
94-1035 Kukula St, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 677-6100  
Honowai Elementary School Write review for this local business
94-600 Honowai St, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 675-0165  
Makakilo Elementary School Write review for this local business
92-675 Anipeahi St, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 672-1122  
Barbers Point Elementary School Write review for this local business
3001 Boxer Rd, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 673-7400  
Kanoelani Elementary School Write review for this local business
94-1091 Oli Loop, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 675-0195  
Kaleiopuu Elementary School Write review for this local business
94-665 Kaaholo St, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 675-0266  
Kapolei Middle School Write review for this local business
91-5335 Kapolei Pkwy, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 693-7025  
Waipahu Intermediate School Write review for this local business
94-455 Farrington Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 675-0177  
Kapolei Elementary School Write review for this local business
91-1119 Kamaaha Loop, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 693-7002  
Waipahu High School Write review for this local business
94-1211 Farrington Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 528-9555  
Saint Joseph School Waipahu Write review for this local business
94-651 Farrington Hwy, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 677-4475  
August Ahrens School Write review for this local business
94-1170 Waipahu St, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 675-0202  
Michelle D Kang Psyd Write review for this local business
1001 Kamokila Blvd Ste 151, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 772-0862  
Institue for Native Pacific Education and Culture Write review for this local business
91-110 Hanua St Ste 316, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 693-7920  
Lanakila Baptist Church of Waipahu Write review for this local business
94-1250 Waipahu St, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 677-0731  
Hawaii Technology Academy Write review for this local business
94-810 Moloalo St Ste 201, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 676-1444  
University of Phoenix - KAPOLEI LEARNING CENTER Write review for this local business
1001 Kamokila Blvd, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 693-8686  
Inspiration Studios Write review for this local business
94-229 Waipahu Depot St Ste 200, Waipahu, HI 96797
(808) 674-7112  
Cole Academy Write review for this local business
1033 Ala Kahawai St, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 674-2244  
American Renaissance Academy Write review for this local business
2176 Lauwiliwili St Ste 11, Kapolei, HI 96707
(808) 682-2002  

Sending your kids to elementary, middle or high school is a natural part of life, but also one that bears close examination. Few things are as important as a good education. For parents and students, there are options such as magnet schools, charter schools, and even online courses that are taken at home by computer. There is also the choice of relocating to a school district where the public schools are held to a higher standard. Here are a few questions to ask a school administrator or principal.

  • What are the differences between public schools, charter schools and magnet schools?
    Explore all the available options to determine where your children may receive the best primary and secondary education.

  • What are the enrollment requirements?
    Residence in the school district is the only pre-requisite for public elementary, middle and high school attendance. But private schools may require a certain minimum grade point average, or a test to determine each student’s current education level.

  • What is the tuition cost?
    Ask about tuition and about how your children may qualify for scholarships or other incentives.

  • What type of arts courses and programs do you have?
    Many public schools have been forced to make difficult budget cuts that have impacted arts and athletic programs. Ask about which courses are available as part of the regular primary school curriculum or, at the middle school and high school level, as elective courses.

  • Is there a dress code?
    Many public and private schools have a dress code. This may include wearing a uniform, or simply avoiding any clothing or jewelry that is not permitted.


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