Tryouts for 2017 – 2018 ILH athletics spring season begin January 29.
Join us for Variety Show 2018 - “Oh, the Places We’ll Go!” Purchase tickets ahead of the crowd by buying tickets online.
In order to prepare for Carnival, Chamberlain Drive will be closed to vehicles Monday, January 15 through Tuesday, February 6.
G-Term, Punahou's unique and engaging learning experience for Academy students, is back. Classes cover a wide range of topics including gyotaku, filmmaking, trips abroad and everything in between.
The 2018 – 2019 Academy Course Listing is now available for browsing online, or to download.
The Punahou Carnival is known to be one of the biggest annual events on the Island. From rides and games to food, many people come to campus to enjoy the festivities that Carnival has to offer.
Peter Balding ’77, a longtime PE teacher, incorporates the basics of exercise and movement in every K – 1 PE class.
In a battle featuring the top two teams in the state, No. 1 Punahou came out on top to beat No. 2 Kamehameha, 66-59 in an Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I showdown at Hemmeter Fieldhouse on Tuesday night.
Punahou’s Net Zero Initiative aims to have the School function as a self-contained energy neutral campus.
To many, the Punahou Carnival is a place — an annual event where people from all over the Island and elsewhere come to ride rides, play games and eat good food.
It was an exciting year on and off campus. Here are some of the top stories from 2017.
It was only six months ago that the Class of 2017 received their diplomas, but many of them returned to campus with firsthand advice for current juniors and seniors as part of the annual College Previews event on Dec. 26.
Construction crews have been working steadily through heavy rains and the winter holidays to keep phase 1b of the Sidney and Minnie Kosasa Community on track.