The Superintendent of Schools Office, located in Honolulu, is a part of the Hawaii's Public School District. It oversees a unified statewide school system of more than 180,000 students and over 280 schools in Hawaii. The school district provides educational programs to students in grades kindergarten through 12. It offers a variety of educational, enrichment and extracurricular programs to its students. Hawaii's Public School District comprises various elementary, middle and high schools. Its curriculum includes English, language art, social studies, science and technology, health education, mathematics, business studies, computer science, fine arts, music and physical education. The district offers various sport programs, such as golf, softball, football, cheerleading, volleyball, basketball, baseball, wrestling and athletics. It also offers various extracurricular activities, such as band, choir, speech club, National Honor Society, student council and yearbook.