‘Iolani is a Hawaiian word which means "heavenly hawk." ‘Io is a Hawaiian Hawk that is a highly regarded figure in Hawaiian legend and culture. Today, the ‘io live on the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on the island of Hawai‘i. The ‘Iolani ‘Ohana logo depicts two ‘io. The parent‘io is depicted in black with wings spread to embrace and guides its fledgling shadowed in white. The parent-child-teacher relationship is represented by the three-layered wingspan. Working together to nurture this is our ‘Ohana.
New Parents Welcome Reception
- A welcome reception for all parents NEW to ‘Iolani at the start of the school year.
‘Ohana Speaker Series
- Provides parents with unique opportunities to learn about a variety of subject matter through informative and educational presentations.
College Life After ‘Iolani
- A unique event that provides an opportunity for ‘Iolani seniors and their parents to receive first hand information about the transition to college life from a panel for recent ‘Iolani graduates and former and/or current parents.
- Professionals from the community are recruited for ‘Iolani juniors to shadow, providing insight into a various careers.
President: Ann Kinningham
Immediate Past President: Teri Matsukawa
Treasurer: Gary Miyashiro
Secretary: Holly Osumi and Lisa Toma
Dr. Timothy R. Cottrell, Head of School
Ms. Ann K. Yoneshige, Dean of Upper School
Mr. Gerald M. Teramae, Dean of Lower School
Mr. John J.A. Tamanaha, Director of Interactive Media
Mrs. Toby Y. Morioka, ‘Iolani ‘Ohana Liaison
liaison [at] iolani [dot] org
INDIVIDUAL CLASS PAGES FOR 2013-14 SCHOOL YEAR
Class of 2026 - Kindergarten
Class of 2025 - 1st Grade
Class of 2024 - 2nd Grade
Class of 2023 - 3rd Grade
Class of 2022 - 4th Grade
Class of 2021 - 5th Grade
Class of 2020 - 6th Grade
Class of 2019 - 7th Grade
Class of 2018 - 8th Grade
Class of 2017 - Freshman
Class of 2016 - Sophomore
Class of 2015 - Junior
Class of 2014 - Senior