Registration and Policies
Registration for Summer School must be completed by a parent or legal guardian. Once you have submitted your online registration, courses are confirmed and all fees will apply. When registering, the student’s grade level and course selection should correspond to the grade level they will be entering in the fall of 2020.
Final course confirmations will be mailed in mid-May.
|Registration for 2020||Current Punahou Families||Visiting or Applying Families|
|Online registration sign-up||Feb 13, noon|
|Online registration begins||Feb 18, noon||Mar 6, noon|
|Registration ends||Apr 15, 4 p.m.||Apr 15, 4 p.m.|
|All times listed are Hawaiian Standard Time.|
Summer School registration for Academy credit courses is done during the programming conference with the Deans in February.
Plan your schedule and select your courses
It is recommended that you review the course catalog and plan your desired courses. When planning your child's afternoon activities, please allow for enough time in between activities for travel (30 minutes minimum required for K – grade 3 students). Please review the policies in the Summer School Handbook regarding Escorting before registering for courses. You will need the course numbers from the catalog to make your selections while registering. It is also a good idea to have alternate courses in mind, should any of your first choices be unavailable. Students in grades K - 5 are not allowed to remain on campus unsupervised at any time.
Summer School registrants may use the searchable, online course catalog to find course titles, descriptions, dates and times, and grade levels. During the registration period, this catalog is also accessible from within the online registration tool, and reflects real-time availability of courses.
You will be asked to acknowledge and agree to the policies as noted in our Summer School Handbook and Student and Parent Code of Conduct. Please review these documents prior to submitting your registration.