Enrollment counts for 2016-2017 were just released at Hawaii DOE:

 

NET CHANGE, ANNUAL, OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT COUNT SY 16-17
Regular Education Special Education Grand Pre-K
School Total Total Total Sped RegEd
100 AINA HAINA -16 5 -11 -5 0
108 HAHAIONE -19 -1 -20 3 0
114 KAHALA -5 1 -4 -1 0
116 KAIMUKI MID -8 4 -4 0 0
154 KAISER HI -6 -4 -10 0 0
119 KALANI HI 26 14 40 0 0
155 KAMILOIKI 7 6 13 1 0
127 KOKO HEAD -1 -4 -5 0 0
139 NIU VALLEY MID -3 11 8 0 0
153 WILSON -25 2 -23 -2 0
OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT COUNT SY 16-17
Regular Education Special Education Grand Pre-K
School Total Total Total Sped RegEd
100 AINA HAINA 447 41 488 4 0
108 HAHAIONE 515 24 539 9 0
114 KAHALA 336 25 361 10 0
116 KAIMUKI MID 919 85 1004 0 0
154 KAISER HI 1049 85 1134 0 0
119 KALANI HI 1217 154 1371 0 0
155 KAMILOIKI 368 42 410 8 0
127 KOKO HEAD 277 29 306 4 0
139 NIU VALLEY MID 827 89 916 0 0
153 WILSON 522 35 557 7 0
OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT COUNT SY 15-16
Regular Education Special Education Grand Pre-K
School Total Total Total Sped RegEd
100 AINA HAINA 463 36 499 9 0
108 HAHAIONE 534 25 559 6 0
114 KAHALA 341 24 365 11 0
116 KAIMUKI MID 927 81 1008 0 0
154 KAISER HI 1055 89 1144 0 0
119 KALANI HI 1191 140 1331 0 0
155 KAMILOIKI 361 36 397 7 0
127 KOKO HEAD 278 33 311 4 0
139 NIU VALLEY MID 830 78 908 0 0
153 WILSON 547 33 580 9 0

 

Mirroring the rest of the state, East Oahu public education counts generally held steady with no large changes noted.  The only possible outliers would be Kalani, where special education enrollment increased by nine percent, and Niu Valley, where special education enrollment increased by 14 percent.  I've extracted East Oahu data from two years of spreadsheets and posted it [here], if you're interested in more detail by grade level.