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Summer Grade 6 Program

Starting February 5, 2024

Dismissal at 2:00pm

May 29, 2024

Dismissal at 1:20pm

May 30, 2024

Grade 8 Aloha Assembly

May 30, 2024 at King’s Chapel, 9:00am-11:00am

Last Day of School for Students

May 30, 2024

End of Quarter 4/Semester 2

May 30, 2024

Uniform Promo

June 1-14, 2024:  FREE SHIPPING for orders over $75 or more


From the Registrar

From the Registrar

Parents: Are you relocating, or will your child be transferring schools for 24-25 school year?  If you haven't done so already, please stop by the front office to fill out a withdrawal form.  If you submitted the withdrawal forms already, your child will receive a...

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Lost and Found

Lost and Found

Please claim your lost items from the school office.  All items remaining after June 5, 2024 will be donated.

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Yearbooks for Purchase

Yearbooks for Purchase

A few copies of the yearbook are available for those who did not order one at the start of the year.  First-come first-served while supplies last.  To purchase a yearbook, please bring $32.00 in EXACT CASH to the office.  No checks will be accepted at this time.

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Statements crafted by Niu Valley Middle School Faculty


The Math department of Niu Valley strives to use math as a tool to empower students as global citizens. Mathematically global citizens will learn how to persevere through times of crises, communicate effectively during collaboration opportunities, and further develop the confidence in one’s self to do good in our world.

English Language Arts

Learn it. Love it. Live it.


Empowering students to use science to positively influence the global community with compassion, self-reliance, and critical thinking.

Humanities/Social Studies

Learning to make a difference.


Music allows people to express themselves in a unique way, because they are required to conform to specific rules (e.g. rhythm, style), yet add their individual interpretation and nuances. It requires people to utilize both segments of their brain: the left, or logical side, and the right, or creative side.


Art is a vehicle to discover who we are. It is infused in our culture and history. By providing meaningful projects, students can develop art literacy to participate and make an impact in our world.

World Language

Learning another language is a life-changing experience that deepens the understanding of oneself and one’s own culture. It fosters open-mindedness, which empowers one to appreciate other cultural perspectives, and increases a global understanding in a global society.

Physical Education

Developing character, knowledge, and pride to empower student’s drive to live a healthy lifestyle.


The Counseling Department of Niu Valley strives for students to know what they have and share it. Students will recognize their individual strengths and how the collaboration and sharing of these strengths can positively impact others and the world.




Welcome to Niu Valley Middle School!

The Niu Valley Middle School Team is committed to providing a safe and academically challenging environment where students grow as innovative thinkers, intellectual risk-takers, creative problem solvers, and inspired learners. {ReadMore}

Laura Ahn
Principal/Head of School


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Year IB Earned


Equity Specialist for Schools in the Farrington-Kaiser-Kalani Complex

You may also contact this person for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at your school:

Lindsay Kukona Pakele, Equity Specialist, Farrington Kaiser Kalani Complex
Mailing Address:
Honolulu District Office
4967 Kilauea Avenue
Honolulu, HI  96816
Phone Number:  808-829-7182
Email Address (Only contact Ms. Kukona Pakele for questions or concerns relating to non-discrimination and anti-harassment at school.)

Niu Valley Middle School is authorized as an International Baccalaureate World School and is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

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