The Power of Place

Thanks to the generosity of our community, donors to the Ku‘u Punahou Campaign provided the necessary funding for the Sidney and Minnie Kosasa Community for Grades 2 – 5 and the D. Kenneth Richardson ’48 Learning Lab to be realized.

Creating innovative learning environments is imperative as Punahou looks to its future. Reimagining our Junior School with this lens began 20 years ago, recognizing that spaces meant for collaboration and interdisciplinary learning are far more effective than self-contained classrooms. One of the key priorities of the Ku‘u Punahou Campaign was to fulfill the vision for transformational indoor and outdoor facilities across campus.

Learn more about the impact of the Ku‘u Punahou Campaign in these areas: