With a current enrollment of approximately 670 students, Kealakehe Intermediate School is home to students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade in the North Kona Complex Area of West Hawaii. Other complex area schools include our feeder schools, Kealakehe Elementary, Holualoa Elementary and Kahakai Elementary, as well as Kealakehe High School.
Average Class Size: 25 students
Adult to Student ratio on campus: 1 to 7
Electives Available to students include: Chorus and Ukulele, Guidance and Personal Development, Home Economics, Drama, Health, Band, Exploring New Languages, Physical Education, Health Education, Art, Intro to Computers, Wood Shop, and Media.
Kealakehe Intermediate School is located at about the 500 foot elevation on the slopes of Hualalai Mountain, about 4 miles to the coast as a bird flies, and about a five minute drive from downtown Kailua-Kona.
Kailua-Kona has a population of approximately 12,000 according to the 2010 United States Census, and has a diverse population including members of many ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
Kealakehe Intermediate Vision
Relationships are the heart of all learning.
Kealakehe Intermediate Mission
The mission of Kealakehe Intermediate School is to guide all students across their bridge to success by providing them with the support and skills they will need to live in an ever-changing world.