My experience of going to school in Hawaii was plain and simply just average. The education was standard learning, which isn't very difficult because the curriculum here is very very low, but that's not what makes the schools bad. What makes the schools bad are the teachers who are obviously just there to get a paycheck and go home, and the students who are disrespectful and get away with it, and the absurd amounts of homework we're being forced to complete when what we all learned as seniors in high school, the rest of the United States learned in the 8th grade. Despite all the bad, I can still always find good. Once in a blue moon, you find a teacher who truly cares about their students, and you find a classroom full of students who truly care about their teacher. It's rare, but I've seen it with my own eyes.?