Athletics is more than competition.
It's about pride in your teammates. It's about practice. It's about the fearless pursuit of success.
It's about learning, on and off the field, what it means to lead and be a good teammate.
Living, learning, playing and growing together.
Our art, music, dance and drama programs build on a culture of self-expression, developing students' confidence in their creative skills and talents.
“What ‘Iolani means to me is friendship, memories and learning. You are excited to make new memories with your friends and learn about the world with them.”
“The ‘Iolani community is my second family made up of amazing people. Everyone supports each other. You're not just another face in the crowd.”
“What I love about ‘Iolani is the support everyone shares. No matter if it's in the performing arts, iDept or sports we all have each other's backs.”
“Innovation is reflected in our school culture. My teachers and friends are always striving to reach new heights of excellence, which inspires me to be better as well.”
Our world demands courageous citizens, and our communities need capable leaders. Together, as One Team, we forge relationships and build out students' global awareness and their ability to improve the world around them.
‘Iolani Fair 2019
The ‘Iolani Fair 2019 “Barnyard Bash” is set for Friday, April 12, and Saturday, April 13. Proceeds benefit student travel initiatives and support inspiring responsible, global citizenship. Come to campus to enjoy the fantastic food, games, rides, entertainment and fun!
April 12 & 13, 2019
'Iolani School students gathered on the morning of Feb. 11 for Founders' Day Chapel, honoring the legacy of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma.
Nate Chinen '94, the 2019 Keables Chair Holder, gave his Keables Community Night presentation on Tuesday, Feb. 5, in Seto Hall.