A Global Network
From our island home in the Pacific, the Punahou alumni network of 36,000 now spans the globe. The Office of Alumni Relations, together with Punahou Alumni Association and its 8 regional chapters, help alumni from across the decades to stay connected and serve as a valuable source of support for each other and the School.
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ALUMNI WEEK 2020
Alumni Week is one of Punahou's most honored traditions. This year, join alumni from classes ending in 0 or 5 – as well as alumni from non-reunion classes – to celebrate you, your classmates and the Buff ’n Blue.
Thousands gathered to celebrate Punahou and bid a fond aloha to President Jim Scott ’70
The trustee and alumnus received Punahou Alumni Association's most prestigious award in recognition of his contributions to the School and community.
Punahou Alumni Association Japan hosted a reception in Tokyo to bid farewell to Punahou President Jim Scott ’70
Maya Soetoro-Ng ’88 inspired the Punahou community as the Chapel’s 2019 Kong Spirit and Health Speaker, teaching about inner peace, peace between people and peace in service to others.
Continuing his worldwide farewell tour – this time across California – President Jim Scott ’70 bid alumni and friends a fond aloha and mahalo ahead of his retirement from Punahou at the end of June.
President Jim Scott ’70 visited with alumni on the East Coast in November, during his last official trip to the area before he retires from Punahou in June.
Punahou’s Boston ‘ohana came together on Nov. 4 at a reception to celebrate President Jim Scott ’70, who is retiring from Punahou School in June.
The Punahou community gathered on Thursday, Nov. 1, to honor the woman for whom Kuaihelani Learning Center for ʻIke Hawaiʻi was named, remembering her and her legacy on the date of her passing 110 years ago.
Ted Okada ’78 returned to Punahou to discuss issues around recent hurricanes and the projected impacts on Honolulu from these major storms.
Happy Halloween, Puns! Add some Buff ‘n Blue spirit to the holiday with custom Punahou pumpkin stencils.