At a Glance

Statistics

Enrollment

Pre-K
44 Students
K-5
120 Students
6-8
100 Students
9-12
150 Students

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  • Graduating Class of 2018

    The graduating class of 35 Seniors earned over $2 million in merit and need based scholarships for college with acceptances at over 115 colleges and universities
  • Class Size Comparison

    Grade LevelHAIS*IS
    PK2322
    K-52320
    6-81915
    9-122113

    *Most recent year that data is available
  • AP Results from 2017-2018

    • AP Calculus BC -  4.67 average score
    • AP Calculus AB - 4.20 average score
    • AP Physics C - 4.00 average score
    • AP English Language and Composition - 3.82 average score
    • AP Spanish Language - 5.00 average score
    • AP Chinese Language - 3.0 average score 
    • AP Government and Politics - 5.00 average score 
  • 2018 SAT/ACT Graduating Class Average Scores

    Reading 628
    Math 613
    ACT 26
  • College Placement

    Individual College Planning that highlights the strengths and interests of each student through extensive one on one personal and family conferences throughout high school. IS 2016-2018 students were accepted to Stanford University, University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College, Lehigh University, Wake Forest University, University of Washington, University of California – Berkeley, University of Portland, Tufts University, USC, Duke University, Wellesley College, MIT. 
  • What's New

    • Algebra 1 End of the Year Standardized Test: 100% Proficient & Advanced Ratings
    • Two-week Homestay Chinese Project
    • Strategic Planning 2017 Completed
    • 2018 HAIS/WASC Accreditation Evaluation - Awarded 7 years through 2025
      • Commendations for Challenging Academic Programs & Strong SAT Scores
      • Commendation for Inquiry-Based Programs to Achieve Strong Outcomes in Student Learning
    • Continue offering Chromebooks & textbooks to each student in Grades 6 through 8
    • Partnership continues with KCC and Island School Pre-K program
    • Introduce Project Lead the Way Program: Principles of Engineering
  • Opportunities

    May Day, Art Day, Senior Projects, Theater, Chorus, Art, Chinese, Spanish, Digital Media, Ukulele, Robotics, Hawaiian Studies, Riflery, Volleyball, Cross Country, Swimming, Wrestling, Soccer, Basketball, Track, Tennis, Golf, Sophomore Projects, Model UN, Mock Trial, Science Olympiad, Project Lead the Way
  • Accreditations

    • Western Association of Schools and Colleges
    • Hawaii Association of Independent Schools
    • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • 2017-2018 Awards

    • KIF Champions and State Qualifiers in Golf, Cross Country, Swimming, Wrestling, Tennis, Track
    • Middle School Track Championship
    • Mock Trial State Champions 
    • Superior Rating All State Chorus
    • 13 Hawaii Regional Scholastic Art Awards
    • Elementary FLL Robotics State Qualifier
    • High School Science Olympiad Kauai Champions
    • Middle School Science Olympiad Kauai Champions
    • Model UN Honors
    • National Merit Semi-Finalist
    • 25 History Day Competition State Qualifiers