Punahou’s instructional centers are creating a K – 12 network to transform teaching and learning.
A conversation with Presidential Search Committee Chair Mark Fukunaga ’74 and Vice Chair Debbie Berger ’82.
Today’s Punahou students will graduate having had access to some of the most sophisticated engineering technology available, thanks in large part to the generosity of Ken Richardson ’48.
Jonah Ka‘akua ’97 has been selected as a new Academy dean for the incoming freshman Class of 2022, effective this summer.
The Punahou community recognized the 200th anniversary of the passing of Henry ‘Ōpūkaha‘ia, the Hawaiian who inspired New England missionaries to journey to Hawai‘i.
Vanessa Van Gorder ’95 Distajo, vice president of the Mānoa branch of Outdoor Circle, had a hunch that Kamānele Park in Mānoa Valley was not just another patch of green grass with a swing set on it.
Lee Zane ’88 credits much of his growth mindset to his experiences at Punahou where he played volleyball and basketball, and participated in Variety Show and marching band. But it was the people who inspired and propelled him.
As ecosystem restoration program manager supporting the U.S. Army’s O‘ahu Natural Resources Program at Schofield Barracks, Jane Beachy ’97 is an environmental superhero whose target is invasive weeds.
Data scientist and trustee of the VoLo Foundation, David Vogel ’91, is passionate about educating and preparing students to help solve some of the challenges facing the planet.
Punahou welcomed environmentalist and founder of the nonprofit organizationPlanetwalk, Dr. John H. Francis III, to campus as this year’s Spirit and Service Speaker.
Luke Center for Public Service recently received two transformational gifts: Through the Case Foundation, Punahou Trustee Steve Case ’76 and wife Jean established the Case Accelerator for Student Entrepreneurship; and fellow Punahou Trustee Warren Luke ’62 and his family made a significant gift to develop a Luke Center presence in the K – 12 Learning Commons.
Colin Yeo ’19 and Alli Li ’19 designed and led a G-Term course to Singapore, enabling them to practice valuable leadership skills while furthering their appreciation of diversity.