Principal's Message

Christopher Bonilla

Our Ilima Intermediate ʻohana provides student-centered learning and whole-child experiences to support our studentsʻ adolescent development.

 

Our teachers prepare engaging opportunities for each student to succeed academically, socially and emotionally. Because of the relationships established with their passionate teachers and counselors, students benefit from various learning opportunities that enhance our studentsʻ character and responsibility.

 

Our schoolʻs collective teacher efficacy is evidenced by the growth/development of each studentʻs unique gifts and talents.

In partnerships with families, businesses and the community, Ilimaʻs students graduate learning how to be respectful, responsible and resourceful young citizens.

#IlimaWay

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Vision

Pūpūkahi i Holomua

Moving Forward to Together

Mission

Through compassion, collaboration, and resiliency, Ilima Intermediate will inspire lifelong learners and nurture the whole child.

Motto

Ilima United

Striving for Excellence

Our Story

The school was originally known as Wailani Intermediate and High School. Wailani Intermediate and High School evolved into  Ewa Beach Intermediate and High School and then later became Campbell High and Intermediate Schools.  It was located on our present site in the 1962-63 school year. 

 

During the 1969-70 school years, Campbell High School and Ilima Intermediate School were created as independent public secondary schools.  Later in the year, Campbell High School relocated to its present location on North Road.

 

The school’s nickname, Ilima Royales, represents the Ilima blossom — the traditional flower of the Hawaiian royalty — that once grew in abundance in the area.

 

Classes and administrative services are conducted in 14 permanent structures and six portable classrooms.  The adult staff at Ilima total about 100 and includes teachers, aides, custodians, cafeteria staff, security, clerical staff and administrators.   There is an annual student turnover of 10%, primarily because of military dependent transfers out-of-state.  Recently, we have had an influx of local residents due to the creation of new subdivisions in the area.

Front Office Staff

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Principal
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Kerri

8th Grade Vice Principal

7th Grade Vice Principal

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Traci Enhada
SASA
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Account Clerk
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 Deanna Cabanban
Front Office & Registrar Clerk
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Front Office & SSC Clerk
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Registrar
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Attendance/Bus Clerk
Gayle

Student Services Coordinator