Groove to the electrifying music of KAPENA. Bring your family and friends for a fun afternoon of live music on the lawn in the Center Courtyard. Grab a blanket, sit back and enjoy ono food from 'Iolani student groups and keiki activities. Additional live entertainment by Kevin Okimoto.
Sponsored by the 'Iolani Alumni Association. Complimentary admission. R.S.V.P. not necessary. Parking in the Weinberg structure off Kamoku St.
Experience interactive and educational offerings with 'Iolani faculty just like our current students. Join us for a Coffee Talk with Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell to start the morning then select a workshop of your choice. Further information on each workshop is detailed below.
Following the workshops, you are welcome to stay for a light lunch and an optional tour of campus. Please note the schedule for the day below. Workshops are for alumni only. RSVP for all or some of the activities via the registration to the left or above.
Design and fabricate your own laser-cut project under the guidance of iDepartment faculty Carey "doc!" Inouye '66 and Taylor Wong '08. You will participate in a quick course in 2D vector graphics and bring a piece to life to take home. Limited to 20 participants.
Do you have what it takes to enter the battle arena? Do you see cardboard as more than just a box to flatten? Come build, test and drive a custom cardboard robot in our first Alumni ‘Iolani Smash Bots tournament. Compete in a double elimination bracket for bragging rights and claim the championship title. This workshop will be led by ‘Iolani faculty and students from our 2022 World Championship finalist robotics team! Limited to 12 participants.
Discover the Wide World of Esports and learn what it takes to be a competitive gamer in today's world. Try your hand at a video game under the guidance of our Esports team and coaches then compete against other alumni in your workshop. It will be an eye-opening and thrilling experience for all. Limited to 30 participants.
The Hawaiian language is the newest of the world languages taught at ʻIolani today, and includes levels 1A through level 5 Honors. Join our own kumu, Jon Yasuda '04 for an opportunity to learn insights about the history of the language, the actual meaning behind commonly heard terms, and some useful words and phrases that can be used in daily life here in Hawaiʻi. Limited to 15 participants.
For reunion classes ending in 2 and 7.
Gather with classmates and other reunion classes for a complimentary dinner hosted by Head of School Dr. Timothy Cottrell. Featuring optional campus tours, full dinner buffet, open bar, live entertainment and reunion gift check presentations. Alumni and a guest are invited.