E komo mai ‘Iolani School Alumni!


Please vote HERE to elect members to the 'Iolani Alumni Association Board of Directors on the attached ballot for 2016-17. Vote for only one (1) Decade Director candidate from the same decade as your class, and also vote for not more than seven (7) At-Large Director candidates. For a brief background on each of the candidates, click HERE.

To maintain the secrecy of your vote, DO NOT put your name on the ballot.

However, to validate your vote, you must clearly write your name and class year in the body of your email or on the outside of the envelope used to return your ballot. The ballots will be printed from emails or separated from the envelopes prior to determining the vote. Only one vote per alumnus/a.

Ballots must be received prior to the start of the Annual Meeting on July 11, 2016. Send completed ballots to:

alumni [at]


‘Iolani Alumni Association
c/o Alumni Relations Manager
563 Kamoku Street
Honolulu, Hawai'i 96826

Should there be any questions, please contact Shari Tapper '90, Alumni Relations Manager, at stapper [at] or (808) 943-2309.



All ‘Iolani alumni/ae are invited to attend the Annual Meeting of the Members of the ‘Iolani Alumni Association on July 11, 2016, at 6 p.m. at the Kaneshiro Art Gallery on campus at ‘Iolani School.



As you will see in the video below, graduates of ‘Iolani School return to campus to experience being students again. While they discover that 'Iolani's excellence is being perpetuated, the alumni also learn about the fun, innovative and creative ways the students of today are learning. Alumni also visit the Sullivan Center for Innovation and Leadership where real-world studies take place each day.

For more videos, please visit the official ‘Iolani School YouTube Channel.


"I had some great teachers at ‘Iolani. I wasn’t always the best student, but I remember being challenged and inspired. I also remember my fellow students being really smart and awesome. I was also fortunate to have the opportunity to teach at ‘Iolani for three years with Mr. Roberts. He taught me a lot about being an artist and a teacher. He trusted me and gave me the first opportunity to really be a teacher. Without Dave Roberts, I would not be where I am today."