Hawaii High Schools
From US News and World Report, April, 2017
High school graduation requirements in Hawaii call for a minimum of 24 credits, including a half credit in modern Hawaii history and two credits in world language, fine arts, junior ROTC or career and technical education. High school students are tested via Smarter Balanced assessments in English language arts and math, according to the Hawaii State Department of Education.
There are six silver medal schools and five bronze medal schools from Hawaii included in the 2017 rankings of U.S. News Best High Schools. A few of Hawaii's highly ranked schools are in Honolulu, the state capital, within the Hawaii Department of Education.
LINK: Hawaii High Schools Ranked by USNWR
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