The Wailuku Elementary School sits on a small grassy slope near the civic center of the Maui County Seat in Wailuku. Originally the school was a single building on the campus; it is currently surrounded by modern school buildings. The native stone building was built in a random ashlar pattern. The school is a single story with a small basement. The Wailuku Elementary School is significant for its architecture and its educational role. The classically proportioned facade and the front porch/portico readily distinguish Wailuku Elementary School as a public institution building of the turn of the century.
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