Students will soon experience visual and performing arts in a whole new way with the Quilter Lab for Creative Arts, located in the Junior School Learning Commons.
Rhee is among 161 high school seniors across the country chosen from a pool of over 5,200 invited qualifying graduating seniors.
Junior School, Academy and Athletic awards.
Far-flung alumni answered the call to pay it forward by participating in the Global Careers Spotlight event in April. The event, held in the Learning Commons in Cooke Library, gave Academy students interested in living and working abroad the chance to meet alumni who have chosen global career paths.
The Punahou ‘ohana bids farewell to 20 colleagues who retired in the 2017 – 2018 school year.
The award, given each year to Punahou coaches, staff and administrators who advance the athletics program, was presented to Peter Balding ’77, Reney Ching and Eric Kusunoki.
Awardees were honored at the final PFA meeting of the 2017 – 2018 school year.
Built in 1907, the President’s Home was first occupied by Punahou’s 11th president, Arthur Griffiths, his wife and daughter.
The group’s fundraising goal of $175,000 was set during the School’s 175th anniversary in 2016.
Elizabeth Wong’s appreciation for the ways in which the performing arts contribute to young people’s growth has inspired her generosity.
Inspired by his Punahou teachers, Arita established the A.I.M. High Endowed Financial Aid Fund to provide young students with the opportunity to dream big and to achieve their fullest potential.
Pamela K. Hamamoto ’78 was nominated in 2014 by former President Barack Obama ’79 as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.