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Honolulu District

Living in the Honolulu District, you’ll find tall buildings, good eats, Ala Moana, and Waikiki. This District is the home of over 970,000 people and is close to the airport.

Leeward District

Living in the Leeward District, you’ll be located more on the west side of Oahu. You’ll also be close to the beaches and you’ll experience a culture that is more family oriented and a tight-knit community.

Central District

Living in the Central District, you’ll find many suburb areas that are catered to families. Hence the name, ‘Central’, this District is Central Oahu and has easy access to getting around the island.

Windward District

Living in the Windward District, you’ll experience more country-like cities and closer to the more famous beaches of Oahu. This District is one of the smaller Districts on Oahu and located on the east side of Oahu. You can explore and find a lot of historical landmarks on this side of the island.

Living on O‘ahu

The island of O‘ahu is referred to as “The Gathering Place,” and offers some of the most stunning sights and exciting recreational opportunities anywhere in the world. O‘ahu is home to more than 100 miles of coastal beaches, and provides residents and visitors alike a distinctive blend of Honolulu’s cosmopolitan outlets and resources, along with laid-back surf towns and gorgeous nature.

Island Weather:

O‘ahu is the driest out of the main Hawaiian islands when it comes to the weather. With the shining sun year-long most of the time, usually along the coast, you can’t have a bad weather day. The Gathering Places’ temperatures range from 80-89°F for the high and 65-75°F for the low. The annual precipitation only gets to about 3 inches, in the Honolulu area. Like the other main Hawaiian islands, when it does rain, it is very short-lived during the winter months (November-March).

Sheena Carmela Juliano

Sheena Carmela Juliano

  • Island: Oahu, Kauai
  • District: Honolulu
  • Position: STEM Teacher
I believe the HIDOE greatest strength is providing networking opportunities between teachers through various PDs
Sheena's Advice
Lorna Baniaga-Lee

Lorna Baniaga-Lee

  • Island: Oahu
  • District: Leeward
  • Position: English Teacher
From my experiences with Campbell-Kapolei Complex, they care about their teachers and their school.
Lorna's Advice
Carli Gardner

Carli Gardner

  • Island: Oahu
  • District: Windward
  • Position: CTE - Natural Resources Pathway
Great support from our District Team and Complex Area Superintendent!
Carli's Advice
Verona Holder

Verona Holder

  • Island: Oahu
  • District: Central
  • Position: 5th Grade General Education Teacher
My complex is known for their athletic programs and Advanced Placement courses.
Verona's Advice
Lydia Haff

Lydia Haff

  • Island: Oahu
  • District: Leeward
  • Position: 9th Grade English
The students here have a strong sense of community. They understand the importance of family and the need to help and seek support from others.
Lydia's Advice
Jen Evans

Jen Evans

  • Island: Oahu
  • District: Honolulu
  • Position: 3rd Grade
I enjoy that these young students have such caring hearts. My students have all found ways to give back to the community in unique ways.
Jen's Advice
Brad Kusunoki

Brad Kusunoki

  • Island: Oahu
  • District: Central
  • Position: School Counselor
Diversity, every student is different in many ways and each brings a different perspective to the school.
Brad's Advice