During an evening event, Punahou 'ohana guests experienced a sneak peek of the innovation and invention happening in D. Kenneth Richardson '48 Learning Lab in Mamiya Science Center, which supports Punahou's future K – 12 Learning Commons. The event began with a program followed by a live demonstration of the machinery in the lab.
Today's Punahou students will graduate having had access to some of the most sophisticated engineering technology available, thanks in large part to the D. Kenneth Richardson '48 Learning Lab in the Mamiya Science Center.
Punahou's Net Zero Initiative aims to have the School function as a self-contained energy neutral campus.
Construction crews have been working steadily through heavy rains and the winter holidays to keep phase 1b of the Sidney and Minnie Kosasa Community on track.
Junior-school counselor Lauli'a Phillips '98 Ah Wong explores the concept of friendship with students in Kindergarten through second grade. From an early age, developing meaningful relationships is a large part of all students' lives, including, through this lesson, learning how to be a good friend.