Princess Victoria Ka'iulani
In fair Hawai'i stands our Alma Mater
'Neath tropic skies and waving palms
With the doors flung wide to greet you and me
All hail to our Alma Mater, hail
Ka'iulani, we will be
Every loyal, ever true
Hail to thee, our Alma Mater
Hail, all hail!
E Komo Mai
Here at Princess Victoria Ka'iulani Elementary School , we strive for excellence and are committed to providing a quality standards-based education in a safe and nurturing environment. We are located
a wide variety of ethnicities and backgrounds. We are named after Hawaii's heir apparent, Princess Victoria Ka'iulani Kalaninuiahilapalapa Kawekiu i Lunalilo Cleghorn. In the year of her untimely death in 1899, Princess Victoria Ka'iulani Elementary School opened its doors. A clipping of her banyan tree from her home, 'Ainahau was given to the school. Today our banyan tree continues to flourish on the makai side of our campus.
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Did You Know?
As a parent/guardian, you have the right to know the credentials of your child's teacher and/or educational assistant?
Click here for the parent letter sent home on Aug. 7, 2017
Please inquire at the front office.
An 'ohana of lifelong learners
striving for excellence
one step at a time
We at Ka'iulani Elementary School
are committed to provide
a safe, supportive, respectful environment
that challenges each individual
to be successful
at the next level.
Did you know? All students at Ka'iulani School receive free meals through a program called Communithy Eligibility Provision (CEP)?
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If you have difficulty understanding English, you have the right to receive language assistance at no cost to you. Please contact your school's principal for more information or click here.