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K – 8 Summer School

Over 150 fun and enriching courses are offered to Punahou students and visiting students alike, from around Hawai‘i and the world, in K – grade 8.

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Registration for Summer 2018

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In order to attend Punahou Summer School programs, boys must be five years old by June 30 and girls must be five years old by September 30.

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Academy Summer School

Academy Summer School provides a great opportunity for enrolled Punahou students to fulfill graduation requirements in an environment that allows each student to focus on one course at a time. Rather than fulfilling a remedial requirement, Academy Summer School opens up possibilities for students to broaden their course selection during the school year.

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Global Opportunities

Capstone Alaska

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Student Global Leadership Institute: India

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G-Term Cuba

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Capstone Bhutan

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Asian History in China and Japan

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Student Global Leadership Institute (SGLI)

SGLI develops a community of international youth leaders who understand and are engaged in shared global challenges and who galvanize positive social change. It explores leadership development characterized by creativity, a capacity for problem-solving, collaboration, communication and multicultural perspectives.

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Educator Programs

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Educator Programs

Punahou is committed to sustaining a vibrant culture of professional renewal among our faculty while seeking new ways to enrich a global community of educators who are reinventing the art of teaching.

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