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Feb. 17, 2018, marks the 200th anniversary of the passing of Henry ‘Ōpūkaha‘ia, the Hawaiian who inspired New England missionaries to journey to Hawai‘i.
Grandparents, great-grandparents and other special friends and relatives filled Thurston Memorial Chapel for the annual Kūpuna Day as kindergartners celebrated their elders and shared what they are learning during their first year at Punahou.
For three and a half quarters Punahou looked like it would cruise into the title game, but the Buffanblu held off a big 28-point fourth quarter rally from Moanalua to win, 75-69, to cap the Snapple/HHSAA Division I Boys Basketball Championships semifinals at the Stan Sheriff Center.
Not content to let malasada pictures from Honolulu fill their social media feeds without indulging too, alumni on both coasts celebrated Punahou Carnival at festive and fun regional events in early February.
Punahou senior Hunter Hosoda matched a season-high 18 points as he and junior Duke Clemens led the Interscholastic League of Honolulu runner-ups with double-digit scoring in advancing past Lahainaluna, 50-40, in the quarterfinals round of the Snapple/HHSAA Division I Boys Basketball State Championships Wednesday evening at McKinley High School.
Hundreds of students and educators came to visit a traveling Anne Frank exhibit when it was housed at Punahou in the Learning Commons in Cooke Library for a week in late January.
No. 2 Punahou unleashed the pressure in the second quarter to race past McKinley, 59-39, to open the Snapple/HHSAA Division I Boys Basketball State Championships at Hemmeter Fieldhouse on Monday.
In January, visiting educators convened at Punahou for an informal lunchtime panel discussion on the future of education. During the professional development opportunity, Punahou faculty had the chance to bounce ideas off the presenters.