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Profile: Junior Kindergarten-6th grade Progressive Education School
Multiage Organization (K/1, 2/3, 4/5); Stand-alone Classes (JK and Grade 6)
Facilities: 2.5 acre campus in Makiki (corner of Makiki and Nehoa Streets) including single classrooms for JK and 6th grade and multiage classrooms with homegroup learning spaces for K/1, 2/3 and 4/5. Classrooms for each of 5 specialty areas and a library containing 15,000 volumes. Gym, playing field with climbing structure and outdoor hard court surface area.
Student:Teacher Ratio: JK 9:1; K/1: 14:1; 2/3 and 4/5: 17:1; 6th: 16:1
Class Size: 24-26 per grade
Teachers: 14.5 classroom teachers plus 7 specialists (Library, Physical Education, French, Music, Art, Physical World Lab/Shop, Technology) and 2 part-time Instrumental Teachers (Band and Orchestra)
Staff: 9 full time equivalent
2016-17 Tuition: $20,700
Financial Aid: 20% of students receive need-based grants
AuxiliaryPrograms: After-School Care, Enrichment Courses, Summer School, Interim Care