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Assets School average salary is $30,419, median salary is $33,862 with a salary range from $23,240 to $33,862.
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Music Teacher 23,240-33,862 Honolulu, HI, 96801 2010 Assets School Music Teacher Salaries (5)
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  • ASSETS School
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Honolulu, HI
  • ASSETS School, a co-educational, independent K-12 school has been educating students who are gifted and/or dyslexic since 1969. ASSETS originally served students in Grades K-6, but expanded in 1978 to include Grades 7 and 8. The average K-8 enrollment for the is 260 students. The High School opened in the Fall of 1991 with an enrollment of two students and has increased to a student body of over 100. The faculty is comprised of approximately 40 teachers in the K-8 program and 20 teachers in the High School. A librarian and seven other resource teachers in art, music, physical education,