Hawaii Blue Ribbon Public Schools

All Schools
(23)
Middle Schools
(1)
Elementary
(22)
Pre-K
(19)
There are 23 blue ribbon public schools in Hawaii, serving 10,162 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
Minority enrollment is 91% of the student body (majority Asian), which is more than the Hawaii state average of 86%.
The student:teacher ratio of 16:1 is more than the state average of 14:1.

Hawaii Blue Ribbon Public Schools

  • School Location Students Year
  • HonoluluHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Aina Haina Elementary School
    801 West Hind Dr
    HonoluluHI96821
    (808)377-2419
    Array
    657 students | Year:  2008
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Ala Wai Elementary School
    503 Kamoku St
    HonoluluHI96826
    (808)973-0070
    Array
    480 students | Year:  2008
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Aliiolani Elementary School
    1240 7th Ave
    HonoluluHI96816
    (808)733-4750
    Array
    250 students | Year:  2005
  • WaimanaloHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Blanche Pope Elementary School
    41133 Huli St
    WaimanaloHI96795
    (808)259-0450
    Array
    236 students | Year:  2013
  • HiloHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Ernest Bowen Desilva Elementary School
    278 Ainako Ave
    HiloHI96720
    (808)974-4855
    Array
    412 students | Year:  2014
  • Ewa BeachHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Ewa Beach Elementary School
    91740 Papipi Rd
    Ewa BeachHI96706
    (808)689-1271
    Array
    641 students | Year:  2010
  • HaleiwaHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Haleiwa Elementary School
    66505 Haleiwa Rd
    HaleiwaHI96712
    (808)637-8237
    Array
    182 students | Year:  2014
  • HonoluluHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Hokulani Elementary School
    2940 Kamakini St
    HonoluluHI96816
    (808)733-4789
    Array
    357 students | Year:  2005, 2012
  • HolualoaHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Holualoa Elementary School
    765957 Mamalahoa Hwy
    HolualoaHI96725
    (808)322-4800
    Array
    516 students | Year:  2008
  • HonoluluHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Kahala Elementary School
    4559 Kilauea Ave
    HonoluluHI96816
    (808)733-8455
    Array
    462 students | Year:  2005
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Kapalama Elementary School
    1601 North School St
    HonoluluHI96817
    (808)832-3290
    Array
    693 students | Year:  2009
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Kauluwela Elementary School
    1486 Aala St
    HonoluluHI96817
    (808)587-4447
    Array
    371 students | Year:  2006
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award King Liholiho Elementary School
    3430 Maunaloa Ave
    HonoluluHI96816
    (808)733-4850
    Array
    424 students | Year:  2004, 2011
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award King William Lunalilo Elementary School
    810 Pumehana St
    HonoluluHI96826
    (808)973-0270
    Array
    490 students | Year:  2006
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Koko Head Elementary School
    189 Lunalilo Home Rd
    HonoluluHI96825
    (808)397-5811
    Array
    284 students | Year:  2011
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Lanakila Elementary School
    717 North Kuakini St
    HonoluluHI96817
    (808)587-4466
    Array
    445 students | Year:  2009
  • Pearl CityHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Momilani Elementary School
    2130 Hookiekie St
    Pearl CityHI96782
    (808)453-6444
    Array
    426 students | Year:  2004, 2010
  • HonoluluHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Nuuanu Elementary School
    3055 Puiwa Ln
    HonoluluHI96817
    (808)595-5422
    Array
    377 students | Year:  2006, 2013
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Prince David Kawananakoa Middle School
    49 Funchal St
    HonoluluHI96813
    (808)587-4430
    Array
    866 students | Year:  2007
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Red Hill Elementary School
    1265 Ala Kula Place
    HonoluluHI96819
    (808)831-7866
    Array
    284 students | Year:  2014
  • Honolulu
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Royal Elementary School
    1519 Queen Emma St
    HonoluluHI96813
    (808)587-4510
    Array
    370 students | Year:  2010
  • WaialuaHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Waialua Elementary School
    67020 Waialua Beach Rd
    WaialuaHI96791
    (808)637-8228
    Array
    515 students | Year:  2011
  • HonoluluHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Waikiki Elementary School
    3710 Leahi Ave
    HonoluluHI96815
    (808)971-6900
    Array
    424 students | Year:  2007, 2013

State Statistics

About This State (HI) (HI) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 1,354,823 people 304,788,178 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 30% 25%
Median Household Income $60,833 $46,250
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