We all have the opportunity to make an impact
At the heart of ‘Iolani School is a community that is committed to perpetuating a tradition of excellence and preserving cherished values like respect, humility and teamwork. In this endeavor, everyone plays a vital role. There are many ways to participate through gifts of your time, expertise, and financial support. Discover how you can help partner with ‘Iolani School for continued success in the future.
Your gift to the ‘Iolani Fund provides extraordinary opportunities to more than 2,100 eager students. You support their academic, athletic and artistic endeavors, development as leaders, and service to the community.
The ‘Io Society is one of our biggest philanthropic opportunities. It provides the leadership that links some of ‘Iolani’s most cherished and longstanding values with a bold vision of how to best prepare our students for all that awaits them.
These gifts of support are called Legacy Gifts or Planned Gifts because with thoughtful planning, members of the St. Alban's Club are able to leave a lasting legacy at ‘Iolani School that will benefit students for years to come.
By the Numbers
‘Iolani at a Glance
‘Iolani School is a culturally diverse, college preparatory school for students in kindergarten through 12th grade founded upon Christian values.
Through dynamic and personalized instruction in a multitude of disciplines, ‘Iolani's day and boarding programs foster educational excellence and personal growth in an environment that values collaboration, humility, and respect for all community members.
Visual Arts Courses
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Of Upper School Students are Athletes
Million Awarded in Aid
“On behalf of all ‘Iolani parents, the faculty and staff, the Board of Governors and our students, thank you for helping keep ‘Iolani a big school that feels small, one that is affordable for students from all walks of life, and a school that is the only one in Hawai‘i recognized by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top private schools in the nation.”Dr. Timothy R. CottrellHead of School