The Linekona School is a two-story concrete block building rendered in a Georgian revival style with Romanesque revival elements. The faces of the concrete blocks are shaped and tinted to imitate blue island lava rock. The T-shaped building is distinguished by its symmetrical facade and imposing semi-circular portico at the head of the T. The Linekona School is significant as a well-preserved school complex. Architecturally, it is important as a splendid example of turn-of-the-century eclecticism applied to a public building in Hawaii.
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