List of 5 news stories.

  • Congratulations to this year’s Presidential Scholars Candidates

    This year, 27 students from Punahou are among the candidates for the Presidential Scholars Program, representing 27% of Hawai‘i’s 99 nominees.

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  • Punahou Supports Maui

    The community has rallied together in numerous ways to offer support and aid to those affected by the Maui fires. Here are some ways students, faculty and alumni have stepped up to support the efforts.
  • Punahou Music Faculty Recital

    In celebration of music, 34 music artist-educators and staff members of the Music School and Music Department shared their talents and performed a wide variety of selections including classical, jazz and Hawaiian music.
  • Celebrating America’s Newest Citizens

    Seventy-five people from 21 different countries became new American citizens during the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization ceremony on Wednesday at Dillingham Hall.
  • Introducing our New K – 5 Chaplain

    Punahou has welcomed Rev. Dr. Luana Uluave, who joined its Chaplain team in July.
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List of 4 events.

  • Feb

    Team Up! Unlocking Potential: Building Resilience in Children through Brain-Informed Strategies

    Thurston Memorial Chapel | 6 – 7:30 p.m.

    Join us for an enlightening presentation where parents and caregivers will gain practical insights rooted in cutting-edge brain science. Discover how to not only navigate challenging moments with your child(ren) but also transform them into opportunities for growth.

    Tina Payne Bryson, renowned for her warmth and humor, will weave together video, stories, and personal experiences to empower you in fostering emotional regulation, resilience, personal insight, and empathy through brain-based strategies.

    Register now
  • Feb

    Concerto Showcase

    Dillingham Hall

    Presented by the Punahou Music Department, the concert will feature three extraordinary soloists from the Class of 2024 – Cassidy Sakamoto (viola), Ian Ahn (cello), and Conrad Cao (piano) with Punahou Symphony Strings and guest musicians. The program will open with Leo Delibes’ Prelude and Mazurka from Coppelia. It will be followed with Edward Elgar’s Cello Concerto (arranged for viola), Camille Saint-Saëns’ Cello Concerto, and concluding with George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue.
    Punahou’s annual concerto program is a culminating activity for seniors to showcase their musical contributions and inspire younger students. The concert will also feature special video vignettes with the young artists, highlighting their personal musical journeys and perspectives on their repertoire.

  • Mar

    Ignite the Night: Grade 9 Student Event

    This event is for Punahou ninth-grade students only.
  • Mar

    Junior Function

    Attendance at Function is limited to Class of 2025 juniors only (no outside guests).
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