Health forms for 2018 – 2019 are available online in Magnus Health. This includes the Health Appraisal Form and Athletic Participation Form.
The public is invited to performances of “Seussical, Jr.” on Friday, April 13, and Saturday, April 14, at 7:30 p.m., in Dillingham Hall.
The 2018 – 2019 Academy Course Listing is now available for browsing online, or to download.
Learn how Punahou handles its abundance of green waste. Did you know that 100 percent is recycled?
Punahou clinched its first state berth since 2013 Wednesday afternoon on senior day with a 12-2 six-inning win over Iolani on the final day of the Interscholastic League of Honolulu softball regular season.
Down early in a 12-0 hole, the Saint Louis Crusaders crawled their way out and nearly marched themselves to victory but ultimately fell to Punahou, 12-8, Wednesday evening at Hans L'Orange Field in a make-up game that was originally scheduled for April 5.
The Latina American activist poet, short story writer, novelist, essayist and artist, Sandra Cisneros, was recently on campus for a series of discussions about language and life.
Punahou welcomed Sarah Craven ’81 to campus as the Chapel’s 2018 Kong Spirit and Health Speaker, from April 2 – 9. Craven is the Director of the United Nations Population Fund Washington Office, implementing programs that, among other things, support women’s and girls’ health and rights in over 150 countries.
At the turn of the century the focus within education was on preparing students for an unknown future, which was documented in the early 1900s. Over 100 years later, the focus remains the same. In today’s world of global education, the need for teachers to be communicating with each other across borders is greater, and more probable than ever.
The Punahou community gathered April 6 at an annual campus event to teach and learn about ways to live well while protecting our island Earth. But this year, the name of the Sustainability Fair carried an important dual meaning.
Earth Day, Sunday, April 22, is the perfect opportunity for reflecting on the importance of caring for our earth. For the month of April, Luke Center for Public Service invites the Punahou community to celebrate and deepen a shared responsibility for our planet.