Royal School Home

Mission and Purpose

We will create and live out a shared vision by truly collaborating and growing with one another.
We will build a culture rooted in love and acceptance as we journey together towards a common goal.
We will encourage and inspire others in order to build them up to reach their full potential.
We will take fear out of the equation by empowering others so that no one is afraid to take risks.
We will make sure that every student, every teacher, every single person in our school community knows that they are loved, not just for what they do, but for who they are.
Our Purpose
To positively impact students' lives by truly believing they can succeed so that every student is empowered to thrive and reach their full potential.
We are Nā Aliʻi or Royal School. Together, Smarter, Better, Higher.

News & Announcements

Mahalo to Finance Factors Foundation Featured Photo

Mahalo to Finance Factors Foundation

Finance Factors Foundation raised funds through a Charity Golf Tournament to support sustainability programs in Hawaii State Public Schools, Royal School was one of the schools selected to receive a portion of the funds raised. Grade 4 received a generous donation and will be using the funds to construct our first Aquaponics System and expand our Raised Bed Garden. Mahalo to the Finance Factors Foundation!

Halloween Highlights 2019

Thank you to the Student Council and the Office Staff for another fun Halloween experience in the office. This yearʻs theme was a return to the 70ʻs. Click to view highlights of this awesome event shared by the entire school.

Mahalo to Project Vision Hawaii and Vision To Learn

Royal School received free vision screenings for all of our students, provided by Project Vision Hawaiʻi, which is a non-profit organization that aims to promote better health access for the people of Hawaiʻi. 82 students were referred to receive eye exams. Vision to Learn, a nation-wide non-profit, whose main foundation is to make sure every child has the glasses they need to succeed in school and in life, provided 4 days of eye exams through their mobile clinic. 53 of our students were able to pick out frames, and each received a FREE pair of glasses from the Vision to Learn project! Mahalo to everyone involved in helping our students. Also, thank you to our Complex Area Superintendent, Linell Dilwith, for helping to distribute glasses to our students. Click the headline to see video of this special event.



  • 180 Years Strong
  • 1839 Year Establishd by King Kamehameha III
  • 24 Certified Teachers
  • 1:1 Student to Computer Ratio
  • 1 Purpose, Vision, Heart