At 3,077 Students, Campbell High Is Largest School In The State For 2019-20

Ewa Beach’s Campbell High has the most students of any school in Hawaiʻi by a pretty big margin.

The Hawaiʻi Department of Education announced the official enrollment figures for 2019-20. and Campbell’s enrollment of 3,077 is 300 students more than second-place Waipahu (2,777). Campbell’s total includes a massive freshman class — Campbell’s Class of 2023 stands 801 students strong!

Campbell’s enrollment is actually slightly lower than last year, when DOE reported 3,095 CHS Sabers.

Other local schools ranking high on the statewide enrollment lists are Kapolei Middle School (1,487 students, #2 among middle schools), ʻEwa Makai Middle School (1,390 students, #3 among middle schools), Holomua Elementary (1,127 students, #2 among elementary schools), and Keoneʻula Elementary (912 students, #5 among elementary schools).

For comparison, the smallest school in the state is Niʻihau High and Elementary, which has 10 students.

Here is the full list of ʻEwa/Kapolei schools and their enrollments.

Elementary Schools

Barbers Point Elementary: 478

Ewa Beach Elementary: 709

Ewa Elementary: 893

Holomua Elementary: 1127

Hoʻokele Elementary: 839

Iroquois Point Elementary: 691

Kaimiloa Elementary: 634

Kapolei Elementary: 762

Keoneʻula Elementary: 912

Makakilo Elementary: 460

Mauka Lani Elementary: 568

Pohakea Elementary: 471

Middle/Intermediate Schools

Ewa Makai Middle: 1390

Ilima Intermediate: 855

Kapolei Middle: 1487

High Schools

Campbell High: 3077

Kapolei High: 1946

The DOE information also breaks down enrollment by grade level and type of student. If we put that data together, here’s a look at the Kapolei/ʻEwa area by grade.

Kapolei/ʻEwa Public School Enrollment By Grade

Kindergarten: 1,231 students

1st Grade: 1,318

2nd Grade: 1,326

3rd Grade: 1,305

4th Grade: 1,365

5th Grade: 926

6th Grade: 1,297

7th Grade: 1,262

8th Grade: 1,260

9th Grade: 1,255

10th Grade: 1,111

11th Grade: 1,104

12th Grade: 1,014

Our area also has 1,525 students in special education programs. If you want to see all the breakdowns, here’s all of the DOE data for Kapolei/ʻEwa in one spreadsheet.

Overall, 17,299 students are enrolled in our local public schools. Here’s wishing good luck this year to each and every one!

Featured image is a screenshot from the cool drone video on the home page of Campbell High’s website.