Hau’ula Elementary first opened in 1900 and sits on 6.322 acres of land in the heart of Hau’ula town on the Windward side of Oahu. We are a rural school nestled between the Ko’olau Mountain range and the Pacific Ocean.
Hau’ula Elementary is a multi-ethnic school, serving students from kindergarten through the sixth grade. We are one of five elementary schools in the Kahuku Complex that sends graduating sixth-grade students to Kahuku High and Intermediate School.
Hau’ula Elementary supports the transition of incoming kindergarten students with Keiki Steps to Kindergarten summer program; special education preschool program; and a Headstart preschool program for eligible students.
In addition, we are fortunate to have a partnership with Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate’s Literacy Instruction and Support Division, which provides support in literacy on our campus.
Hau'ula Elementary is one of two elementary schools in the Windward District to also offer students an alternative educational experience via a Hawaiian Language Immersion Program. The school supports the transition of incoming kindergarten students with a number of programs, including a Keiki Steps to Kindergarten in the summer, special education preschool, Hawaiian immersion preschool and a Headstart preschool program for eligible students.
In addition, Hau'ula Elementary partners with Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate’s Literacy Instruction and Support Division. Students at Hau'ula Elementary participate in district competitions that include the Science Fair, History Day, and Windward District Physical Fitness Meet. Students are also showcased in an annual May Day program as well as a talent show called Hau'ula Idol.