In the weeklong Nāhiku Summer Adventure Camp, students in grades 1 – 5 learned outdoor skills through play and challenges designed to fill their “inner backpack” with such tools as resilience, risk navigation and more – skills to apply to adventures beyond the walls of Punahou.
As part of the Outdoor Education summer school course, students explored Punahou’s 76-acre campus with activities that included a traverse wall, stealth and strategy course, hiking trails, using a compass and meeting animals.
The camp was named after Nāhiku (the seven or Big Dipper), which helps direct and keep voyagers on track towards Hōkūpa’a (the North Star), Hawai’i’s guiding star.
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