Design Technology and Engineering

Clubs

List of 4 items.

  • Punahou Robotics

    Punahou Robotics is the collection of people and programs at Punahou School who provide the conditions for students to experience FIRST Robotics through engineering, design, and collaboration from Kindergarten through 12th grade.

    FIRST Tech Challenge (Grades 7-12) and FIRST Robotics Competition (Grades 9-12) 
    For more information, please check out the website and contact
    Justin Lai (FTC) and Ed Kinnear (FRC) for details.

    Punahou Junior Robotics (Grades 4-6)
    Online registration for the 2021 spring semester will begin in late November, and families may log into ASAP Connected to enroll. You will need to enroll using the login credentials that all Punahou families were provided at the beginning of the school year from the Co-Curricular Programs. If you did not receive this communication, or need assistance with your login credentials, please contact the Co-Curricular Programs office at cocurricular@punahou.edu or 945.2488.





  • Voyaging Club

    Student-founded and community centered, the voyaging club mission is to provide opportunities for Punahou and Hawai'i haumana (students) to engage in wa’a kaulua (double-hulled canoe) voyaging through curriculum, club activities and intimate connections with the kai (ocean) and 'aina (land).

    For more information, check out the website!
    You can also contact
    Kaniela Lyman-Mersereau for more details.
  • Design Technology, & Engineering Club (DTEC)

    DTEC is a making club that allows members to develop their fabrication skills on different machines and tools like laser cutters, 3D printers, wood-working tools, electronics equipment, etc. Members also develop their soft skills, such as project management, client/user interaction, problem-solving, teamwork, and so much more.

    For more information, check out the website!
    You can also contact Jeff Wilhite
     for more details.
  • 'Enehana Club (Computer Science)

    The ʻEnehana Club’s goal is to create a space where those who are interested in Computer Science are able to explore and discover various areas of interest. Through helping those around campus, such as other clubs, classes, and organizations; we look to create ways to better connect with each other.