Hawai`i Academies School Complexes

Class InstructionHigh school student performance is often reflective of its community and of feeder schools that share students from the community. The composition of each school community - community structure (rural, towns, suburban, urban), demographics - ethnicity (culture), median age, household size, median income, household member educational levels in present unique challenges for schools that service the community.
The Hawa`i Department of Education organizes primary and secondary schools that share common students into school complexes centered around the high school servicing that community. These high school complexes provide curriculum, instruction and operational alignment opportunities for students moving through the complex. 
It should be noted that due to geographical boundary differences for individual schools in the complex, not all students attending complex schools attend the schools in the same complex.

This section provides a description of the school community’s characteristics that impact student performance and how students in the complex performed as a complex based on student performance in indicator grade level schools in the complex.