S.W. King Intermediate School, named after Samuel Wilder King the 11th governor of the State of Hawaiʻi, is a public intermediate School located in Kāneʻohe. The school covers 28 acres of scenic waterfront property adjacent to Kāneʻohe Bay just north of Kāneʻohe town. Established in 1964, the school opened with an enrollment of 475 students in grade seven. Classes were located on three separate locations - Heʻeia Elementary, Kāneʻohe Elementary and Benjamin Parker Methodist Church. In September 1965, 950 seventh, eighth and ninth graders moved to the permanent school site. In September 1985, all the ninth graders were placed at Castle High making King Intermediate a school for seventh and eighth graders. Ahuimanu, Benjamin Parker, Heʻeia, Kahaluʻu, Kāneʻohe, Kapunahala, Pūʻōhala and Waiāhole are the eight elementary schools that feed into King. Currently, King Intermediate has an enrollment of approximately 700 students. From King, the students will continue to Castle High School to complete their education.