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Aiea High School Overview981276 Ulune St, Aiea, HI 96701 , Tel: +1 (808) 483-7300 Hawaii Department Of Education
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Type: Public High School
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Aiea High School Ratings & Reviews
Aiea has improved so much over the years. The best part is the community and staff. They really dedicate themselves to helping students.
Aiea Highschool, is a school that is different from a typical highschool, it has changed more in the last three years then at any point in its small history; yes not all teachers at the school are great but the ones who are, they are remarkable, they love what they do and actually care for us; even when they dont show it, Aiea may not be the smartest, strongest, nor does it have the best funding however thats what makes us unique; the underdogs of the island of Hawai'i and the future of the next generation
It is a smaller public high school so everybody makes friends and finds their group. Some sports are very competitive. All in all, it depends on what you yourself makes of it. The staff is willing to help you when it comes to college and your education but don't expect to be baby-fed. Aiea teaches you and will guide you on keeping your head in the game, as long as you are willing to do your part.
Worse school on the island, they don't pay attention to any of the special Ed kids don't have meetings with parents no JV football team the whole staff there are careless selfish people they only take care of there kind and the rest of the kids are garbage to them never in my life have I hated a school so much.
This school is not very friendly to SPED children. I was a SPED kid myself, I should know. Teachers like to condescend on students and treat them like they're helpless. I wouldn't think babying SPED students provides them with a sense of self-esteem. And the school has gone through many changes in authority, mostly on the teaching level. Teachers have been replaced quite easily over the years, which I think could attribute to the lack of educated adults in Hawaii. All the old teachers remain employed, no matter how bad they are, and the new ones are judged more harshly, whether they're good or not. It's a terrible system, and any school, such as this one, will naturally be a terrible school.
Aiea Town, HI Education Statistics
- No High School2%
- Some High School26%
- Some College30%
- Associate Degree10%
- Bachelor Degree19%
- Graduate Degree13%
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