School Profile

Koko Head Elementary School rests on the base of Koko Head in an East Honolulu suburb and belongs to the Kaiser Complex of the Honolulu District in the State of Hawaii Department of Education.  Our school was constructed in 1954 and we are one of the oldest members of the Kaiser Complex, which includes Henry J. Kaiser High School, Niu Valley Middle School, Aina Haina Elementary, Hahaione Elementary and Kamiloiki Elementary.  As a public school we are honored to serve our community and we thank our families for entrusting us with the serious responsibility of educating their children.

Our students are future leaders and we feel it is important for our students to reflect on their role as stewards of their community and to act on their knowledge to promote positive change in their environments.

Besides our school vision and mission we also embrace the Kaiser Complex vision of delivering a World Class education for our students and our community.

Our Vision

A community of learners who are empowered to become contributing members of the global society.

Our Mission

Dedicated to providing a supportive environment to develop compassionate critical thinkers.

School Spirit & Pride

Our School Colors: Green & Gold

Our Mascot/Nickname: Cobras

Our Alma Mater:

Hail Koko Head

Oh, Koko Head your spirit is always strong.

And we’ll remember it with pride in word and in song.

Our Pride in you, Koko Head, lives in our hearts.

The green and gold our memories hold when we’re far apart.

We will be loyal to you;

Hail, Koko Head proudly we stand.

Our hearts and hands will serve you true,

Hail, Koko Head!