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825 Manzelman Circle
Honolulu, HI 96818

(808) 421-4148
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October 31, 2014
I think, with the right teacher, a student can flourish. But the teachers are all over the map it seems. I will point to Mrs. Mineshima and Mrs. Weimer as two teachers we had that we loved. But others are...meh. some are task masters only concerned with test scores. Others are drill sergeants who harp on kids for being kids. Others rely entirely too much on parental involvement. Some do not ever communicate with the parents. It really just depends on who you get. Test scores are good, but really, only by Hawaiian standards. But let's look at the school population: non-Hawaiian kids, mostly senior enlisted or officer kids. NOT the typical Hawaiian population. So, you see a 10 on this and think, wow, it must be amazing! But really, the test scores are not comparing apples with apples. I hate to say it, but the local schools are largely abysmal in comparison, but that does not mean that Hickam is amazing--it only seems that way by comparison on paper, because I believe the great schools score is largely dependent on test scores. If parent reviews were factored in as well, I believe the score would be more toward average. I would give it more of a 5/10.

- submitted by a parent
June 12, 2014
I love this school! My son is in special ed and my daughter is in 1st grade. After 3 years of a horrid school on island I am finally loving a school! Hawaii is a hard place to deal with schools, but Hickam is a great fit for our family. We were sending our daughter to private school and find Hickam to be equal to those standards. Love the teachers and staff....

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2014
My kids attended Hickam from 2010-2013. While some of the teachers and staff are great, I am going to address the problem with 2nd grade specifically, and the policies that are not being upheld to state standard. I had to homeschool my 2nd grader after unsuccessfully working with the teacher, and principle. The work load is overwhelming, fun activities are only permitted if all work is done, kids are all expected to perform at the same level, and recesses are used as punishment to complete work if not done. This is against state regulations. For years, I've heard, and experienced these problems, and parents are told "well everyone else can keep up". This is not true. My son rarely had a behavioral problem, but struggled in English. By the end of 1st quarter, he felt he was the worst student and cried about missing Rocking Readers, Recesses, and Parties. My volunteering in class was useless to help the situation. I would encourage any parent going through this to get involved in voicing our frustrations and make a positive change. I found many parents going through the same thing at Hickam, but nothing changed for the better.

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2013
My daughter attended five schools during her elementary years and this is the best by far, even compared to a school in the mainland that is the top 100 elementary schools. The principal has done his best to preserve extracurricular programs like the Gifted/Talented, PE, art, music, clubs and others by being creative with the teachers. The students had PE every week and twice every other week, far more than most schools that offer only every other week. I found the music teacher to be flexible--she didn't force all of the kids to learn the recorder if they were already working on a different instrument, she incorporated them. My daughter's teachers always communicated progress. The comment about students helping with lunch is a state-wide setup and the half day on Wed is statewide mandated. Fridays were used to expand cultural knowledge, school-wide physical activities, rewards for good students and extra instructions for poor performing students. Now back on the mainland in Maryland which is the top state for education, my daughter's counselor was impressed with her scores from Hawaii and the varied education she had.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2013
9 out of 10?!? What? *Most of the teachers aren't very good & don't care., *The administration will tell you what you want to hear knowing that you will be moving within a few years. *lunches are disgusting & the calendar isn't always the same as what they are serving. *If you have a child that needs special education DO NOT SEND THEM HERE! The SpeEd department is staffed with inexperienced teachers that are not qualified & don't care. *Your kid will come home with candy, soda pop, & have a lot of class parties & fun time and YOU will be teaching them via the 3+ hours of homework each night. *They will make sure that the kids do well on their testing but they don't teach concepts to them - just what they need to know in order to boost the school test scores. *They, uh, "encourage" the kids with "bonus bucks" and "crazy cash" so they can buy fun stuff but they also will make a child pay them for various infractions (late homework even with a note and valid excuse from parent). Is the Hawaii school system broken? YES. But I do not think that Hickam Elementary deserves a rating of 9. Do HTA, get the kids into private school, or home school. Too frustrating.

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2013
I have a child graduating 6th grade this year. We have been here for four years. I have older children too. I think the parents who are writing good reviews either are new parents or naive. Having older children who graduated cum laude from a University in California, I can personally tell you that if my older children went to Hickam, they would have not been college bound. I have pointed out to the staff that the work at they are doing does not compare to mainland standards. They do nothing in this school. No essays, no reports, nothing but a little math, spelling, simple social studies, etc...I have had to supplement my child's education. However, I am really worried as we are moving back to the mainland and I am sure my child will be behind in middle school. I have been room mom to ensure the best for my child and seen the poor education upfront. The teachers would be shocked if they worked at.a real school in the mainland. I think the teachers and the vice princiapl don't like the " haloes ". There are so many homeschoolers on this base and I could understand. They start at Hickam elementary and then a few months later, they are being home schooled.

- submitted by a parent
April 23, 2013
I wonder about some comments below, my children have attended Hickam for three years and I have never experienced what has been commented on, I question the validity and parenting styles. I can comment on the leadership of the Principal and his sincere concerns for his students. I have observed him adding on temp teachers when student numbers went too high because of the transient community. I have seen him call each of the some 600 students by name and great them. I have seen him at PTO meetings and engaging parents. I know of his open door policy. It is my opinion that the general mind/focus of the school starts with the principal and that is why I commented mostly about him. The school is a safe and clean environment, mindful it is located in a tropical climate. Resources include music, art (recently, teacher of the year) computer lab, PE, math and reading tutors, transitional personnel to monitor and help children with moves and deployments. Not many schools have these transitional programs. All of the teachers that I have met are passionate about teaching and their craft. Overall I would send my most beloved to be educated there and supplement with home reinforcement.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2013
I don't like this school. Though it's better than the train wreck Aliamanu middle school our son is in. The kids have only 15 mins for lunch even though they tell you it's 30 mins. I showed up at 10:55 for her 11am lunch period. She came in at 11:06 and was dismissed at 11:20. By a microphone wielding woman hollering orders at other kids for various offenses. they selected kids as "lunch room monitors" whose sole purpose was to wipe tables, sweep & dustpan up the droppings after the other kids. I wondered if this was some kind of new age disciplinary measures. Or is there just no kitchen staff? her teacher stuck her nose up at the glue I sent in but then used it so I couldn't exchange it. Also made my 6 yr old daughter cry by telling her she couldn't attend a field trip unless I bought yet ANOTHER special school shirt. They already have uniforms, now they want special shirts for field trips. Between both kids we've spent in excess of $600-650 getting them into public school. This is nuts. Also, it's infested with ants and flies. The day we enrolled her they were crawling all over the front desk at the main office, and the lunch room was swarming with flies when I went.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2012
I came close to wiring my child with a hidden camera-it's that bad!! Administration is very unhelpful, but friendly. I complained a whole bunch in my 3 years here and got good lip service, but it was apparent that you have to go the District for help. I gathered that the Administration is afraid of the teachers. There are some really horrid teachers here that have a cushy job and don't want you to rock the boat. Keeping an email trail with the teachers is very helpful in proving what was happening. I don t know if my children will have the same chances that their older siblings had since they had such a substandard education at this school for the past 3 years. Academics are very poor and you will notice that if you are not a first time parent. However, the school is really concern about the children passing the standardized tests, as my children came home with flash cards on what would be on that test. They have fun Fridays, short Wednesdays, all day parties. I met a military spouse teaching middle school, who told me this was the easiest job as the standards are so low compare to the mainland which confirm to me what I was seeing. But the school is clean and looks nice.

- submitted by a parent
June 13, 2012
I must say it is amazing to see 2 negative comments post on the same day. There is never going to be a perfect world, nor a perfect school but this one is pretty darn good. Teachers are underpaid but they do not let that stop them from doing the best they can. The principal is fairly new to the school and is working to get rid of problems, Rome was not built in a day.... My daughter attended 5th grade here, my grandson Kg. and 1st. They loved the school. I have substituted at the school and see the dedication of staff. As a full-time teacher for 20 years I have worked in public and private schools (2 of the most famous on the island) and I can say emphatically if you work with the school, they will work with you and your child. Maybe I will try to get a job at Hickam!!

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2012
On an island where private and public schools are hit and miss, Hickam Elementary is an exceptional example of high quality elmentary education Hawaiian-style. There is an island emphasis on community (ohana) and doing what is right (pono) that unfortunately is out of fashion on the mainland. Students are expected to do their best academically, and almost all of the teachers are ready and willing to enable their efforts. The administration is top notch and I would be thrilled to have this exact staff and principles at every school my children attend.

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2012
My 4th grader had a difficult time this past year. She felt like class time was disorganized and hectic. Then, she would have 2-3 hours of homework every night to make up for the time wasted in class. As a parent, I felt like the school as a whole offered too many parties, movies, and playtime. I want my kids to have fun in school, but not at the expense of real learning. I felt like I was homeschooling when they got home from school with all their homework. So, next year we will be doing HTA.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2012
Students are being taken out all around me and home schooled. The odvious thing is, they are behind academics. They are all about having the children memorize what is on the standarized state test from day one. It feels as if the staff are watching the clock with you. The first couple years, they were helpful with my complaints and such, but this last year it appears they don't care anymore. I think they know your clock is running out and who cares you are leaving soon ( school on military base). They have pretty much Friday Fun day. Wednesday short day. They don't tell the parents about award assemblys unless you child is getting one. But your child has to carry his chair to the front of school and miss academics for an hour and endure the humiliation. Parents are giving gifts to the kids who are getting an award around them. Only a handful of kids per class get an award. I have asked the Principal to stop this practice. Other schools do it afterschool and you only go if you are getting the award. I have heard of fellow officers taking retirement when they are told to go to Hawaii. The school are that bad. It is what you hear about.

- submitted by a parent
July 31, 2011
Moved on-base from the Ewa Beach area last year. Overall, the administrators, school activities and communication were top-notch. I thought the academics were average--not bad but nothing special compared to my child's teacher at her previous school at Ewa Beach. Not a lot of assignment that required much effort or intellictual stimulation--all textbook. My child even complained of assignments being "too" easy. Hickam Elementary needs to implement the AVID Program something the other school had and was beneficial to all students at the upper elementary level.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2011
I too, would like to add a review for 2011. My daughter has attended Hickam Elementary from Kindergarten to 2nd grade. She is starting 3rd grade next year. 3 years of great experiences with the school. Like the previous person said, we all have our "favorite" teachers though. My daughter was a geographical exception as well. I highly recommend this school. If my children were not attending this school, I would be paying $17K (for two) to attend private school. That is how strongly I feel the difference is between Hickam Elementary and surrounding public schools. My youngest daughter will start Kindergarten at Hickam next school year & I couldn't be happier.

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2011
I noticed that many of the lower ratings that HES received were from 2009 so here s a current one. My child has been attending HES for 3 years and it s been a blessing. We did a geographical exception to come to HES after a very bad 3rd grade year elsewhere. After 3 years of discussing the school with staff and other parents, I can say without hesitation that every teacher here is good to excellent. I do not know of one teacher that I would say to a parent, "Don't get that teacher." Of course we have our favorites, but that's true everywhere. The Leadership staff has changed over the past 3 years and I am extremely pleased with the direction the new staff is taking. Security is a little lax compared to mainland standards, but compared to Hawaii standards it is great. You are in the middle of two military bases and a big fence runs all along the back side. They also have staff and parents watching the grounds. The discipline at HES is excellent. Bullying and discrimination are not allowed. HES also offers many extracurricular activities and the staff that lead them are excellent. Overall I would give HES 5 stars for Hawaii or 4 stars for the whole country.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2009
I think Hickam lacks in several areas one of them is saftey. The school has an open campus and unfortunately that means anyone can walk on. They do try to avoid this from happening but it still remains a reality. So on to my point. On the second week of school I came to the school to pick up my kindergarten daughter who was not yet five for a doctor's appt. I waited in the office for her just to discover they had allowed her to walk unescorted to the front office which was over half a campus from her classroon. I was very upset and I found that the school did not have the same reaction. Infact the teacher's solution to the problem was to send another kindergarten as an escort. They call it the buddy system. Whatever! There is still a Kindergarten walking alone back to the classroom.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating August 11, 2009
True the school is one of the better public schools on Oahu but if you expect your child to be prepared for school on a regular curriculum like it is done on the mainland you will be in for a huge disappointment. There are just too few teachers with the true motivation it takes to teach especially with overly crowded, hot classrooms. The school is what it is because of the parent involvement.

- submitted by a community member
August 09, 2009
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- submitted by a teacher
no rating July 27, 2009
The air conditioning units were NOT loud. The PTO never really had a focus the whole 3 years my daughter was a student there. I also worked at the school and volunteered and pretty much everyone was thrilled with the ac units!

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2009
Comparatively speaking, Hickam Elementary is very safe. Even if you go to Holy Family, you will not get this security. You have to realize that there are parents crawling all over Hickam all day. These parents are watching and keeping tabs on what is going on in and around the school. We have had 3 kids at Hickam the last 2 years. Overall, it is a great school. I am very tired of people putting down the schools here. Get involved, stay involved and make sure your child is learning what he/she needs to learn (it is more than the teacher's job, you know). Paying for private DOES NOT mean you will get a better education (or be guaranteed that they will be on target when you move back to the mainland). Support those teachers and I promise you will get so much more in return!

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2009
I think Hickam lacks in several areas one of them is saftey. The school has an open campus and unfortunately that means anyone can walk on. They do try to avoid this from happening but it still remains a reality. So on to my point. On the second week of school I came to the school to pick up my kindergarten daughter who was not yet five for a doctor's appt. I waited in the office for her just to discover they had allowed her to walk unescorted to the front office which was over half a campus from her classroon. I was very upset and I found that the school did not have the same reaction. Infact the teacher's solution to the problem was to send ANOTHER kindergarten as an escort. They call it the buddy system. Whatever! There is still a Kindergarten walking alone back to the classroom.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 21, 2009
My children have attended Hickam from grades K-3. Overall, I find this school lacking in many areas, first and foremost the principal. He does not interact with students, does not enter the classrooms to do observations, etc. Thankfully, he is retiring. One of my children has an IEP and it has been very hard getting help at Hickam. They focus mainly on the IEP meetings but making sure the teachers follow through on plans and goals is pretty much non-existent. I have only met the Special Services Coordinator once as he is too busy to attend meetings. Most grades lesson plan together- kind of a cookie cutter approach to learning- and I have not seen any teacher who puts forth any effort to be an individual or go beyond just learning the curriculum. My children's grades, and interest in school have dropped dramatically.

- submitted by a parent
December 23, 2008
Our son has been attending HES since July and has a wonderful teacher who unfortunatley has far too many students (35!) in the classroom. Consequently, he is unable to stay on task and our son is suffering because of this. We will be either homeschooling or sending him to a private school after the Holiday break.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 01, 2008
My son went to Hickam Elementary K-2nd grades(2004-2007). He had the most wonderful teachers each year. We moved into one of the top schools in Kettering, OH and my son was more than prepared for the mainland school. Parents count your blessing that your child is being educated at HES.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 27, 2008
This School was wonderful for First and Second Grades. Third grade seemed to focus on the Standerized Testing and not actual learning. Parent envolvement is awesome. The AC's are nice. However the classrooms are overcrowded and very dark since there are no actual glass windows.

- submitted by a parent
March 06, 2008
School did not provide resources to meet IEP goals and then took credit for any progress without acknowledging parent's extensive after-school efforts and investments. If not for my son's 5th grade teacher's exceptional efforts, I would've only given this school 1 star!

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2007
I have to say that this is an awesome school. This school ha[s] air conditioning now - by the way, the students, parents, & teachers worked really hard for it. While other schools in the state are struggling with outdated books and materials, high teacher turnover, and failing test scores, HES families have the biggest frustration with air-conditioning (few schools have it). Parent involvement is huge in this school The staff is very strong - the test scores are far higher than most schools in the state. The kids actually love their school!

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2007
The school is nice due to location and now that my children all have ac they seem to be coping better. If you have children who have LD or ADHD or Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD), this school is very difficult to deal with. It is very time consuming and stressful to deal with the special education department. Overall, most teachers I have experince with are nice but the school does seem to be more focused on recess, child lunchroom labor and waiver days. Also, lots of homework. If you can, homeschool, but if you can't just stay really involved.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 04, 2007
My son attended Hickam kidergarten through second grade. He had wonderful teachers and excelled in all subject. We are leaving the area this summer and my son is leaving with a positive attitude towards learning and respect for teachers. Hickam needs a principal and vice principal that have an interest in students. Parents participation is great and really encouraged. Overall this is a great school.

- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2007
The school does a good job of organizing and managing behavior for over 800 students, but the curriculum is lacking, especially in Math, where I'm schooling my son over the summer to catch up to skills the Scholastic workbook says he should know. I'm not really satisfied about the level of feedback from the teacher - not enough of work went home on a timely basis to really know how my son was doing. It is for these reasons, and my son's desire to homeschool that we will be doing 3rd grade at home next year. I can't really rate the principal leadership since I've never met him and have only seen him around the campus about two times in the year we were there.

- submitted by a parent
June 19, 2007
If your child has ADD or ADHD, do not send your child here. While the counsellors are ok, the teachers and school leadership does not seem to really care about developing my child. I've been disappointed year after year with Hickam Elementary School's ability to cope with my childs mild condition. My other child is doing ok, but I'm not sure either child will be able to keep up with curriculum once we have to move. Hickam does two things well. Field Trips and music program. While I appreciate the effort in these areas, I would also appreciate teachers not placing so much emphasis on a school musical and more emphasis on math, reading, science, social studies. This leadership at the school also pushes a lot of Chinese and Hawaiian heritage, but not much American history.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2007
For the most part we have enjoyed Hickam. I believe the overall success of Hickam is due to the many wonderful and caring teachers, the PTO, PCNC, and to all the parent volunteers. I feel that the principal, Mr. Okino is absent minded when it come to his role as a principle. I feel that he needs to listen more to the parents as well as staff when problems are brought to his attention. In my eyes he makes no real attempt to get to know his parents or students and that if it were not for the dedication of so many others, Hickam Elementary School would not have such a high approval rating with parents. As far as extracurricular activities, there could be more, but not being a DOD school, resources are limited, which is a shame.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2007
Both of my kids attend Hickam right now. Son is in preschool and daughter is in 6th grade. All teachers have been wonderful and they've gotten a great education so far. But, I think it helps that I as a parent participate alot with the school.

- submitted by a parent
January 27, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
January 23, 2007
My children have attended Hickam for two years now. They both have had exceptional teachers. By the end of the school year all classrooms will be air-conditioned, while most Hawaiian schools are not. Each class has two class parents and most have multiple volunteers for parties, tutoring, Xeroxing, etc. It is wonderful! In addition, the PTO is very active and really supports multiple activities. My kids love it here. On the downside, I am not happy with the new statewide grading system. I do not believe in it..it is too subjective. As well, the school does need more playground equipment. All in all, no need to homeschool in my opinion.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2007
Yes, the school is old. The 06-07 PTO has put ALL their focus on air conditioning the school with noisy window units. I think the current PTO has lost focus and needs to support more than just a/c. Mr. Okino needs to stand behind his teachers and staff and make things better for the children at Hickam.

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2007
We are proud Hawaiian people our buildings here in Hawaii are old. Why? Because they are historical. As for Hickam it is a great school. Our girls have done awesome and with one having a handicap they do great working with her. Our schools are great and any help from parents is always appreciated. MAHALO and Aloha

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2006
True the school is one of the better public schools on Oahu but if you expect your child to be prepared for school on a regular curriculum like it is done on the mainland you will be in for a huge disappointment. There are just too few teachers with the true motivation it takes to teach especially with overly crowded, hot classrooms. The school is what it is because of the parent involvement.

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September 19, 2006
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June 15, 2006
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April 27, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2006
Hickam is an old school, that is a fact. The classrooms were just renovated this year and they look nice. The teachers my children have had over the years have been great. I feel my children will be prepared for the next grade level when we leave Hawaii. Not many rooms have air conditioning, but the children adapt well. Like the fact that the children wear uniforms. Lots of parent involvement. We were told we may not want to take an assignment in Hawaii because of the schools. I am glad we didn't listen. Hickam is a great school..even without a/c

- submitted by a parent
February 09, 2006
My daughter has attended HES for two years now and is doing very well (Student of the Qtr both years). I thank both of her teachers for her success, but I also feel that we (her parents) have contributed equally. We talk with her about her day and make sure that her homework is the first thing done after school. We also introduce her to additional school work type activities to increase her awareness and pique her interest. Yes, I agree that HES is old and in desparate repair, but go for a ride around Oahu and check out some of the other schools. Is that a good excuse, No, but it is a fact. The condition of the school should have little bearing on how well your child performs at school.

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2006
Decent school. The four teachers my children have had were great. Needs more air conditioned class rooms.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2006
Excellent school, great gifted program. This is a top public elementary school. My son went on to Punahou (the top private school) and was well prepared.

- submitted by a parent
January 31, 2006
Great school, gifted program is the best.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2005
I am so disappointed. Great student base, too bad it's packed into old, hot classrooms and taught by teachers unwilling to teach all the core subjects. Second grade is the exception. I am now homeschooling.

- submitted by a teacher
October 20, 2005
Excellent school copared to the rest of the state but coming from the Mainland, I am disappointed.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2005
Curriculum is not aligned within grade levels, let alone across grade levels. Unfortunately, the principal lacks the backbone needed to effectively manage his staff. He has teachers unwilling to work with others to get the curriculum aligned. The facility is old (50+ years) and in need of electrical upgrades to accommodate the installation of A/C's which the parents are willing to purchase. Electrical is also needed to upgrade the computer lab, which has only 15 computers for use with classes of 30+ kids. Kids are required to work in cafe, library and office for extended periods of time, taking them from precious instruction time. This school has the least number of instruction days that I've ever seen and those that they have are short. We have now joined 120+ families homeschooling kids on and near Hickam AFB.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2004
Quite a few classrooms at Hickam Elementary had 28+ students for the 2003-2004 school year. I think that is too many children in an un-air-conditioned classroom for them to excel. I'd like to see the Principal let us know what needs to be done to get a cap put on class sizes in Hawaii. The PTO at Hickam is awesome! Parent volunteers truly make Hickam Elementary a great school!

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May 26, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2004
This is a wonderful school! Anyone stationed on Hickam, I would reccomend this school for elementary. I put 4 children through.

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Lt Col Horrace Meek Hickam Elementary School
825 Manzelman Circle, Honolulu, HI  96818
(808) 421-4148
Last modified Lt Col Horrace Meek Hickam Elementary School is a Public school. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Lt Col Horrace Meek Hickam Elementary School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 53 reviews. Top