Royales in Action

The student population of Ilima Intermediate School is representative of the diverse communities of the Ewa Plains.  First, there are students from “well-rooted” families of the community who represent a wide variety of ethnic, cultural and economic backgrounds.  Second, there are some military dependents whose enrollment in the Campbell Complex schools last from two to five years.  Third, there are a growing number of students from families who have immigrated to Hawaii from the Philippines, Asia and the South Pacific area including Micronesia.


This heterogeneous community requires that school programs, activities, teaching strategies and perspectives be flexible and diverse to meet the needs of all students.  All students can learn; therefore, Ilima Intermediate will provide a caring yet academically rigorous learning environment for all students so that they may develop and grow.