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“Take your time and have fun with it,” exclaimed Brad Kerwin to his summer school “Magic” class. The eager students were busy refining the arrangements for their magic performances on July 17, 2014.
The realignment of Piper’s Pali this summer is one of the first visible signs of work on the renewal of Punahou’s grades 2 – 5 facilities.
A young boy sat on a wooden bridge, overlooking two girls playing in the dry flatbed, or ‘auwai, just below. In the grassy open space nearby, a group of his classmates chased a soccer ball up and down the field, while others investigated plants in the garden or scrambled up rocks.
Whether it’s a rustic wooden chair or a short animated video, Punahou Summer School students are creating a range of products they can take pride in long after the summer session ends.
While nearly 70 percent of Academy students enroll in classes at Punahou over the summer, a slight reshuffling of classes and teachers occurs during the five to six weeks of Summer School.
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