Alumni

Groups

If you want to get involved, consider joining a specialized alumni group. These organizations center on everything from fundraising to getting on stage to perform once again. Participating in these groups is a great way to connect with fellow alumni and give back to the Punahou community.

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  • Punahou Alumni Association

    The Punahou Alumni Association (PAA) is a private nonprofit organization that organizes educational, social, and cultural programs that engage the Punahou Alumni community around the world. The PAA works closely with Punahou School and the Office of Alumni Relations to reach and connect alumni.

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  • PAA Regional Chapters

    About half of all Punahou alumni live either on the mainland or abroad. Punahou Alumni Association Regional Chapters serve eight regions in the U.S. and Japan.

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  • O-Men

    The Punahou O-Men is a charitable organization devoted to fundraising for athletic programs and enhancing the athletic experience of Punahou students. Open to all varsity “O” winners, this group fosters fellowship between former Punahou athletes.
  • Na Wahine Pa‘ani O Punahou

    Since 1975, Pa‘ani has supported and promoted athletic participation throughout all Punahou grade levels and enhanced the girls’ athletic programs. The Pa‘ani Flower Booth at the Punahou Carnival is the group’s largest fundraising event.
  • Oahu College Band

    Formed in 2009, this alumni group gives former band members an opportunity to play again and support Buff 'n Blue athletics at sporting events. The Oahu College Band plays 15 - 20 games each year and is featured at Alumni Lū‘au.
  • Glee Club

    The alumni Glee Club is welcome to all, where the only prerequisite is having the heart to sing. Founded in the early 1980s, the club performs mostly Hawaiian music at several venues throughout the year, including the Alumni Lū‘au.
  • Imu Gang Emeritus

    The Imu Gang Emeritus helps cook the kalua pig for the annual Alumni Lū‘au and advises the 24th Class Imu Committee to ensure the kalua pig is delicious. Founded in 1979 by Scott May ’56, there are 19 members chosen by May and identified by number, given in the order they became members.
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