When Wo International Center opened its doors in 1993, it was the country’s only international institution of its kind at the high-school level.
While the most profound impact of Punahou’s financial aid program is on the families who receive aid, increased access to a Punahou education has impacted the entire student body.
In the fall, Academy students offered a look back in time with a production of “Wonderful Town,” a 1953 comedic musical.
So much about Rachel Tina Horii ’87 Factor’s life has changed since she converted to Judaism, that it can almost be divided into a “before” and an “after.”
Some might say that Japanese pop star, fashion model and actress Sumire Matsubara ’09 was born to be an entertainer.
It’s safe to say that most Punahou alumni don’t have work obligations that take them to Tajikistan with colleagues from the United Nations, but Marcus Oda ’05 admits that he has always been “internationally focused.”
What is an Institutional Researcher and why does Punahou need one? Find out in this interview with Denise Uehara.
How Dana Haimoff ’87 entered Punahou is a telling illustration of the independence and drive that would make her one of the most successful women in private equity investing today.
Works by Malia Mattoch ’87 McManus, James Case ’37 and Heidi Hansen-Young ’98 Heilig.