Punahou Summer School offered a special opportunity for children of alumni to enjoy the wonder of Punahou in a fun-filled, week-long course called “Alumni Keiki Experience.” The course is available to elementary-aged children of alumni who do not reside on O‘ahu.
The year-long celebration of President Jim Scott’s ’70 last year at Punahou kicked off with a dinner party at the London home of Dana Haimoff ’87 and husband Nathan Cockrell in late June.
Every month, the Honolulu City Council honors individuals and groups throughout O‘ahu who have demonstrated leadership, community service, and goodwill in the community.
A sea of student servers in yellow shirts lined the path from Castle Hall lawn to the main tent as the Oahu College Band played fight songs.
Student server volunteers play an important role at the Alumni Lū‘au. They form a “gauntlet” of cheering faces to usher in the 50th Reunion Class into the large alumni lū‘au tent.
It was a celebratory mood in the President’s Pavilion on June 6 as Punahou Alumni Association honored 20 distinguished alumni at the annual PAA Awards Ceremony.
As part of Alumni Week, classes reunite for a day of community service. While some classes choose service projects on various parts of O‘ahu, each year, many return to campus to donate their time and energy to caring for the Lily Pond or Rocky Hill. Mahalo to alumni for their efforts!
Hundreds of alumni from different classes convened on campus for Alumni Celebration on Thursday, June 7, 2018.