Vaccine Clinic Information

‘Iolani School, in partnership with Safeway Pharmacy, will be hosting a Pfizer vaccination clinic for its Lower School students ages 5-11 years old on Friday, Nov. 12, from 2:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 13, from 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Seto Hall.

We have some appointments still available, primarily on Saturday, Nov. 13, and are extending these openings to children of alumni if you have a young child and are interested in getting them vaccinated.

This clinic is not open to the public.

After receiving the first dose, those participating will have an opportunity to schedule the second dose via an email link that we will send out. The second clinic will occur on Friday, Dec. 10, and Saturday, Dec. 11 (four weeks after; acceptable within the Pfizer vaccine protocol).

It is important to note that your child(ren) will need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian when receiving the vaccine.

CLICK HERE to schedule an appointment. Please enter the name of your child receiving the vaccine where it asks, “Your Information, Name.” If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, there is a link to do so in your appointment confirmation email.

Please note:

  • Each child must schedule an individual appointment. If you have multiple children between the ages of 5 and 11, you must make individual appointments for them, but you may schedule them at the same appointment time (if available).
  • Safeway will bill your insurance company directly and there will be no co-pay or out-of-pocket costs. If you do not have health insurance, there is no fee.

You will need to bring the following items with you to your appointment (please complete the forms prior to your arrival on campus):

  • Completed CDC Form for each child receiving the vaccine.
  • Completed Safeway Pharmacy Form, for each child receiving the vaccine.
  • Child’s passport, student ID, or birth certificate.
  • Child’s insurance information, if the child has insurance coverage.
  • All attendees must wear a face mask while on campus.

Parking will be in our parking structure, and the clinic will be held in Seto Hall - please check in with Security and they will direct you.

Should there be any questions, please email



1. How do I cancel or reschedule my appointment?
If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, there is a link to do so in your appointment confirmation email.

2. Can a grandparent or family friend bring my child to the clinic if I cannot make it?
Yes, so long as your child is accompanied by an adult 18 years or age or over. Please have a parent or legal guardian complete and sign the attached consent forms.

3.  My child does not have a passport or school ID and I cannot locate my child’s birth certificate.
Please bring a current copy of a medical or school record (e.g., vaccine record, report card, etc.) with your child’s name.

4.  Can I schedule those over the age of 11 for an appointment?
Unfortunately, no. The doses being administered at this clinic are pre-packaged for those ages 5-11, one-third of the dosage given to those ages 12+.

5.  If my child just received the flu shot, is there a waiting period before my child can receive the Pfizer vaccine?
There is no contraindication or required wait period to receive both a flu shot and Pfizer vaccine.  However, we recommend that you check with your child’s pediatrician.