Wodehouse Hall

The only single story classroom building in the Case Middle School complex, Maude & Cenric Wodehouse Hall houses one team of 6th graders. The building also provides office space for the 6th grade supervisor.


Wodehouse Hall opened at the start of the 2004 – 2005 school year, and was one of the first buildings of the new Case Middle School to be occupied. It is named for Cenric '27 and Maude Ackerman '33 Wodehouse, whose legacy gifts have benefitted the Hawai'i community.
Maude Ackerman '33 Wodehouse
Maude Ackerman '33 Wodehouse passed away in July, 2003 leaving her entire estate to several Hawaii non-profits. Although Maude was quietly generous during her life, the impact of her generous bequests is still rippling in several communities. Her husband, Cenric '27 Wodehouse was an heir of the Ward estate and, many years after his death, Maude has created enormous benefit to educational and other Hawaiian and service organizations through the opportunity to create long term endowments.