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  • Tanimoto Peace Prize awarded to Hiromi Peterson

    Kyosuke Mizukawa from Hiroshima Peace Media Center
    Posted January 9, 2017

    Congratulations to retired Punahou Japanese language faculty Hiromi Peterson for her outstanding work in promoting peace, which includes founding Punahou’s Hiroshima Peace Scholarship.

  • Pan Pacific Program Perpetuates Hawaiian Studies

    Rachel Breitweser ’03
    Posted August 23, 2016

    For three weeks this summer, students from around the world, including two Punahou students, participated in the Pan Pacific Program at Punahou School's Wo International Center. The enrichment program included two weeks on O‘ahu and one week on Hawai‘i Island. The program, which focuses on English language, Hawaiian cultural studies as well as environmental studies, was lead by Wo International Center’s Jade Sunouchi ’02 and Kealohi Reppun ’99, grade 7 social studies faculty.

  • Students Convene in China for Global Natural History Day

    Posted August 9, 2016

    On July 27, 2016, the 18 Global Natural History Day (GNHD) competitors from Hawai‘i returned to O‘ahu after a weeklong trip to Shanghai, China. Among the 18 young scholars from Hawai'i were two Punahou students and four students from the Clarence T.C. Ching PUEO Program.

  • Student Global Leadership Institute Participants Explore Conservation

    Punahou Staff
    Posted July 29, 2016

    The seventh annual Student Global Leadership Institute concludes today, ending what has been a memorable experience for the 82 students from 26 schools across the globe.

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