E Komo Mai (Welcome)

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.

  • Fall Break – Oct. 10-14
  • October 16 (Mon.) – First Day of Quarter 2
  • October 19 (Thurs.) – Cobra Awards Assembly, 9:30 a.m.
  • October 26 – November 3 – Parent Teacher Conferences – Students Dismissed 1 hour earlier each day
  • October 27 (Fri.) – Student Costume Parade, 8:30 a.m.
  • October 27 (Fri.) – Cobra Halloween Bash, 6:30-8:30 p.m. (Sponsored by Friends of Koko Head School)
  • November 6 (Mon.) – Friends of Koko Head School Mtg., 6:00 p.m., Cafeteria

We are a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme and pursuing authorization as an IB World School.

To learn more about IB, click here.

Koko Head School is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

We received our accreditation in the Spring of the 2016-17 school year.  We received a six year accreditation and are committed to continuous improvement, involving all our stakeholders to achieve the mission and vision of our school.

Our students who attended the 2017 Honolulu District Science & Engineering Fair played with code.org.

Stay tuned for future coding workshops at our school!

Our school is part of the Kaiser Complex of the Honolulu District in the State of Hawaii Department of Education.

All the Kaiser Complex schools are committed to providing a World Class Education for our community.

The Kaiser Complex includes:
Koko Head Elementary, Aina Haina Elementary, Hahaione Elementary, Kamiloiki Elementary, Niu Valley Middle School & Henry J. Kaiser High School

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A special mahalo to the Kaiser High School Computer Science club for providing an informative, hands-on coding workshop to our students and parents during Spring Break.  Led by Computer Science Club President Jaron Schreiber, our students coded using kid-friendly and engaging websites, saw a demo of animation software, and even tested virtual reality goggles.  We would like to thank President Schreiber and his team along with their advisor, Mrs. Elizabeth Ben for collaborating with us to make this workshop possible.

We would like to thank Mr. Kikuta from the HPD and a long time volunteer at Koko Head School for reading to our students during morning recess as we celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday!

We are still in need of volunteers for various activities associated with our Keiki Karnival (not open to the general public) on Friday, March 17, 2017.  Please consider registering here using this link.  Thank you.

Thank you to the Mr. Souza and Mr. Towata from Elemental Minds for putting on a STEM workshop for our students and parents.  The students had a great time learning to apply the engineering design cycle as they took on the roles of aeronautical engineers.

A coding workshop led by Kaiser High School’s Computer Science Club will take place on Saturday, March 25th from 1:00-3:00PM.  This free “Engage & Innovate” series event is open to Koko Head Elementary School students, please see the event flyer.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.  Hardcopy registration confirmations will be sent home by March 15th.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED for our Engage & Innovate series workshop held on Tuesday, March 7, 2017 from 6:00-7:30 p.m. in our cafeteria.  Our STEM night features Elemental Minds, who will engage participants in a memorable hands-on activity.  This is not a drop-off event, parents/guardians are required to participate in this event with their child.

Registration is first-come first-served and is limited to the first 40 students and their families.  Families will be wait-listed if demand exceeds space availability.

Thank you to Mr. Hatakenaka’s STEM class students from Kaiser High School for serving as one of the many great breakout session presenters for Elementary school students at the 2017 Honolulu District Science & Engineering Fair this past Saturday at Kapiolani Community College (KCC).  Mahalo to the leadership at KCC for opening your campus to our students!

We would like to thank employees from Panda Express Hawaii Kai for helping our Kindergarten and 1st Grade Students learn more about Chinese New Year!

KidBiz 3000

Kid Biz 3000
Our students use KizBiz 3000 as an online supplemental reading comprehension intervention to provide targeted supports.
For student login, click here.


Our students use iXL as an online supplemental intervention to reinforce basic math skills.
For student login, click here.

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