Larry here with Ola Properties. Back again with another segment on our series of the top rated schools on Oahu. Today, we're going to take a look at Salt Lake Elementary School. Let's just jump right into the presentation.

Salt Lake Elementary is one of the top five public schools on Oahu, and here in the list you'll see that it's rated number four, at least in this list. School address here. They're on Ala Lilikoi Street in Honolulu. You can see the contact info for the principal, Mr. Duwayne Abe. We actually have a Facebook page listed for this one. It's the first one in our series that we've seen a Facebook page listed. This school serves grades PK-6. As of the writing of this presentation, they had 741 students.

Leading into their academics a bit. Their student progress rating is 10 of 10, which obviously doesn't get much better. Again, this rating measures how much students at this school have improved from one year to the next, when compared to students with similar proficiency levels at the other schools. The students at this school are making far more academic progress, given where they were last year, compared to those other schools. Looking at their test scores, they're ranked 8 out of 10. These test scores are above the state average, which suggests the schools the student students are performing at or above grade level. When we look at the English proficiency, that's at 64%, compared to a state average of 47%. Then looking at the math, that proficiency rating is 55%, which is slightly above the state average of 54%.

Looking into the equity of the school. The overall rating is 9 out of 10. It says that disadvantaged students are performing far better than other students in the state, though this school may still have achievement gaps. Looking at the race/ethnicity. All students is 10 out of 10, Asian students is at 10 out of 10, and you'll see that 47% percent of the students are of the Asian classifications. The Pacific Islanders at the school, which are 18% of the students, has a rating of 8 out of 10. Looking at low income students, all students again, are 10 out of 10. The low income students, which are 48% of the makeup of the student body, is at 9 out of 10.

Moving on to the environment of the school, the student demographics, you can see here on the chart that the Asian population of this school is at 40%... 47%, excuse me. And Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, there again, is 18%, as stated in the previous chart. Looking at gender wise, it's 45% for females and 55% for males. Teachers and the staff, students per teacher is slightly above the school... Or the state average, excuse me, at 16:1. Students per counselor, it's a little bit high at 371 students per counselor, versus state average of 290:1. And the percent of teachers with three or more years’ experience looks really good at 94%, versus state average of 87%.

Here's the area served by the school. This is the Salt Lake area of Oahu. Near the Aloha Stadium, kind of between the H1 Freeway and H201, or the Moanalua Freeway.

Here's our disclaimer, basically stating that Ola Properties and Larry Oldfield are real estate brokers, and we are not school research specialists. We are relying on the information provided to us by for this information. Thank you for your time. If you have any questions, please reach out to us, and we'll be happy to answer any questions that we can.

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