Click here to take a look at Royal School's Academic Plan for 2017-2020.
The first grade students of Royal School experienced a fun, hands-on activity with Play-Well TEKnologies. The students got to learn about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through building LEGO track vehicles, which were powered by a battery. The students battled each others vehicle, with the winner knocking the opponent's vehicle off the LEGO track. The students had a blast as they designed and redesigned their vehicles to make improvements for the next battle. Click to see pictures in the Photo Album.
Families and friends had an awesome time at this year's Fun Fair. The school ground was filled with fun, food, and entertainment. Thank you to the PTA for organizing this event. Thank you to everyone that helped. See you at next year's Fun Fair. Click to see video.
Your child must be five years old on or before July 31st in order to enter kindergarten. Registration begins February 1st, 2017. Kindly remind your family, friends, neighbors with children living in our school district that they can register at the school. Office will accept registration from 8:30am to 3:30pm. Kindly bring the following documents:
1. Child’s birth certificate
2. Proof of residency in Royal School’s catchment area
3. Original Form 14, revised 2014 (immunization record)
4. TB Clearance (date given and date read must be within 1 year of the child’s testing date.)
5. Foreign students must include a passport or Visa printed in English
Our Academic and Financial plan for the school year 2016-2017 is posted here on the website. You can find it under the About Us drop-down menu or just click here for a link.
Royal School was one of the Hawaii elementary schools selected to participate in the first round of Accreditation. In Spring of 2015 a visiting committee from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges was on campus visiting classrooms, reviewing our self-study findings and met with all stakeholders. Overall, the committee was impressed with the culture of the school and the positive environment for student learning. They saw our vision – Together,Smarter, Better, Higher – in action. Royal School was granted a six-year accreditation status with a mid-cycle one-day visit through June 30, 2021.Continuous improvement requires our community to work together in the best interest of our children. THANK YOU for your continued support, encouragement and involvement.
Attached is a copy of our self-study report. Thank you to all members of our Royal School ohana who helped make this process a success.
The Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS-4) program is part of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's} effort to preserve, protect, and improve the Nation's water resources from polluted storm water runoff.
Click to view documents about this program and ways you can help.
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