At a Glance

Statistics

Enrollment

Pre-K
35 Students
K-5
150 Students
6-8
104 Students
9-12
172 Students

List of 9 items.

  • Graduating Class of 2021

    In 2021, the graduating class of 35 Seniors received 175 acceptances to 71 colleges and universities in 19 different states, including California Institute of Technology, Pepperdine University, Gonzaga University, Lewis and Clark College, University of Hawaii, Columbia University, and the United States Naval Academy. These students earned over $1,400,000 in merit and need based scholarships, including 5 full ride offers.
  • Class Size Comparison

    Grade LevelHAIS*IS
    PK2318
    K-52322
    6-81917
    9-122115

    *Most recent year that data is available
  • AP Results from 2020-2021

    National AverageIS Average
    AP Calculus AB2.83.8
    AP Chinese4.15.0
    AP Literature 2.53.2
    AP Statistics2.83.0
    AP U.S. History2.52.5
  • 2022 SAT Graduating Class Average Scores

    ISNational Average
    Math 601
    Evidence Based Writing & Reading607
    Total12071051
  • College Placement

    Students receive individual college planning that highlights their strengths and interests through one-on-one personal and family conferences with our College Counselor throughout the year. The class of 2021 was accepted to University of California - Santa Barbara, University of California - Irvine, University of California - Davis, University of California - Los Angeles, California Institute of Technology, Pepperdine University, Gonzaga University, San Diego State University, University of Colorado - Boulder, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, St. Maryʻs College of California, Metropolitan State University of Denver, California State University in Los Angeles, University of Texas, Lewis and Clark College, University of Hawaii - Hilo, University of Hawaii - Manoa, Northern Arizona University, US Naval Academy, Santa Barbara City College, Colorado City College, Hawaii Pacific University, Columbia University, University of Utah, University of San Francisco, Willamette University, Hawaii Pacific University, Kauai Community College, and Colorado State University.
  • What's New

    • Algebra 1 End of the Year Standardized Test: 100% Proficient & Advanced Ratings
    • Two-week Homestay Chinese Project
    • Kamehameha Schools Collaboration - Ho'oulu I Ke Ola O Na Pua
    • Continue offering Chromebooks & textbooks to each student in grades 6 through 8
    • Partnership continues with KCC and Island School Pre-K program
    • Introduced: Project Lead the Way Program: Principles of Engineering and Introduction to Engineering
    • Spanish added to the Elementary curriculum
    • Advisory SEL curriculum for grades 6 through 12
    • International/National/State Competitions: Mock Trial, Science Olympiad, Global Issues
    • Partnered with ByFusion in New Zealand to build a pavilion made from 24 tons of marine debris from Kaua'i beaches
  • Opportunities

    Students have access to a variety of artistic, athletic and academic opportunities while at Island School, including but not limited to May Day, Yearbook, Theater, Ceramics, Cross Country, Volleyball, Air Riflery, Basketball, Swimming, Golf, Track, Tennis, Soccer, Scuba Club, Robotics, Model UN, Spanish, and National Honors Society.
  • Accreditations

    • Western Association of Schools and Colleges
    • Hawaii Association of Independent Schools
    • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • 2018-2019 Awards

    • Boys Cross Country KIF Champions
    • KIF Champions and State Finalist in: Golf, Cross Country, Tennis, Swimming, and Track
    • Learning Across Borders - Gold Award - Cambodia
    • Mock Trial State Qualifier
    • Middle & High School Science Olympiad State Qualifiers
    • Middle School Science Olympiad State "Coach of the Year"
    • Superior Rating All-State Chorus
    • 27 Hawai'i State Scholastic Art Awards
    • Model United Nations Honors