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  • Partnering with Parents to Broaden our Definition of Success

    Scott Osborn ’94
    Posted March 22, 2017

    Punahou faculty, in partnership with the Punahou School Parent Faculty Association, facilitated two workshops, The Well-Balanced Teenager for Academy families and The Well-Balanced Child for Junior School families, on March 8 and 9 respectively. Each event was designed to examine strategies for parents to support their children’s well-being while promoting healthy engagement with learning.

  • Spotlight on Punahou's Art Collection

    Punahou Communications Staff
    Posted March 21, 2017

    The students of Punavsion turned the lens on the impressive and diverse art on Punahou’s campus.

  • Alumni Golfers Compete at Annual PAA Golf Tournament

    Erin Teruya ’93 Kinney
    Posted March 20, 2017

    More than 240 alumni golfers competed for prizes and class bragging rights at the 29th Annual Punahou Alumni Association Golf Tournament on March 10 at the Hawaii Prince Golf Club in Ewa Beach.

    The tournament is one of the most anticipated alumni events of the year, and many golfers are repeat players who return year after year. Boyd Nobriga ’93 was this year’s golf chairperson.

  • Visualizing A Close-Knit Community

    Rachel Breitweser ’03
    Posted March 8, 2017

    Chloé Selarque ’11, a talented young artist and teaching assistant in the Academy art department is engaging Punahou’s community through an art installation project of four floor-to-ceiling sized looms set up in Cooke Learning Commons Makery, Bishop Learning Commons (BLC), Luke Center and the Omidyar K-1 Neighborhood. Everyone on campus is invited to add a piece to the weavings.

  • Report from the NAIS Annual Conference

    Emily McCarren
    Posted March 6, 2017

    A’ohe pau ka ‘ike i ka halau ho’okahi
    Not all knowledge is in one school

    This week a team from Punahou traveled to Baltimore for the annual conference of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS). Groups of educators used the days before and after the conference to take advantage of the fact that people have traveled long distances to be in the same place, and it is often a time that people working on projects across schools enjoy the luxury of being in the same place at the same time. ...

  • Run, Race, Relax

    Paris Priore-Kim
    Posted March 3, 2017

    Amid the hive of energy that sweeps across the front of Castle Hall during recess – tetherballs spiraling, sneakered feet skipping and scampering, voices rising from the swarm around the 4-square court – a small pod of girls clustered in quiet conversation on one of the broad arms of the cement staircase. Two sat with their legs crossed to make room on the slab for the third to lie down. The reclining girl's head was cradled in the lap of one of the sitting girls, so that the sitting girl could give her friend a gentle temple massage. ...

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