Registration and Policies

Registration for After School Programs must be completed online by a parent or legal guardian. Applications are processed by the Co-Curricular Programs office in the order they are submitted. If a requested course is not available at the time the application is processed, families will be notified and offered available alternate opportunities. Final course confirmations are mailed to all families in the beginning of August. When registering, the student’s grade level and course selection should correspond to their grade level for the upcoming school year.

Step 1

Plan your schedule and select courses

Start by browsing available courses in the course catalog. You will need the course numbers from the catalog to make your selections while registering.

Use the Scheduling Worksheet to plan your child's after school activities. Parents may register for both fall and spring semesters at this time. When planning your child's after school activities, remember that your child has just finished a full day of school. Please be sensitive to your child's needs and abilities; allow enough time in between activities for travel (30 minutes minimum required for K – grade 3 to allow time for travel, rest, and snack).

Remember that students in K – Grade 5 are not allowed to remain on campus unsupervised after school.

Step 2

Register online

Access the online registration application and follow the instructions there to provide your information and apply for courses. You should have the Course Catalog open when completing your registration, as the application does not contain course information.

Follow the preview, print and submit instructions in the online registration application carefully. Once you have electronically signed your application and selected "Print and Submit," your application will be automatically submitted to the Co-Curricular Programs Office and all fees will apply. If you need to make any changes, call the Co-Curricular Programs Office. 

Courses are subject to enrollment and may be closed if full, or cancelled if there is insufficient enrollment.

Step 3

Submit payment

Fees for Punahou students will automatically be billed to their account prior to the start of the fall and spring semesters. Fees for Non-Punahou students are payable by check and cannot be billed to any account.

Parents of non-Punahou students must electronically sign the General Release, Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement Form, and mail the following to the Co-Curricular Programs Office within 7 days:

  • a check payable to ‘Punahou School” for the total fees for all fall activities,
  • the student’s Payment Voucher Form

Note that registrations will be cancelled if these items are not received within 7 days.

Step 4


Class confirmations are mailed in early August (for fall) and late November (for spring). Program-specific information is provided with the confirmation.



Co-Curricular Programs Office
Bishop Hall
Hours: M – F, 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The admission of any student in the School's after school programs is at the sole and absolute discretion of Punahou School in accordance with applicable laws. Admission criteria may be modified from time to time without notice by the School. Furthermore, students with past due billing accounts may not be eligible to enroll in these programs until their accounts are brought current. All payments made to the School will be allocated first towards unpaid Punahou tuition.