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'Iolani School
School Name:
'Iolani School
Street Address:
563 Kamoku Street
Honolulu, HI 96826
Phone:
808-949-5355
Fax:
808-943-2297
Head of School:
Dr. Timothy Cottrell
Founding Date:
1863
Religious Affiliation:
Episcopal
Accreditation:
HAIS, WASC
Membership Status:
Full Member
Licensed:
Yes
Day / Boarding:
Day & Boarding
Gender:
Co-ed
Grade Levels:
Kindergarten thru 12th
Enrollment:
1908
International Students Accepted:
No
Summer Programs Offered:
No
Kindergarten Cut Off Date:
Website:
Social Media:
     
Admissions Contact:
Mrs. Kelly Monaco
Admissions Email:
01/28/2019 1:49 PM 06/30/2025 563 Kamoku Street
Honolulu, HI 96826

Island: Oahu - Honolulu
Country: United States
info@iolani.org
Mission / Philosophy / Objectives:

‘Iolani School is a co-educational, college-preparatory school for grades K-12 founded upon Christian principles.

Its mission is to develop liberally educated, well-rounded individuals who are well prepared for higher education and for responsible, moral citizenship.

To foster academic excellence and personal growth, a school must be challenging and competitive yet compassionate and humane. The 'Iolani motto "One Team" expresses the spirit of unselfish cooperation and mutual support among faculty, staff, coaches, parents and students.

    

'Iolani School is committed to the following ideals:

  • An exemplary college preparatory curriculum with small classes, personalized instruction and frequent occasions to speak, listen, think, and write
  • The development of individuals who are creative and inquisitive, who can analyze and synthesize information to solve problems, and who conduct themselves with confidence, discretion, tolerance, and compassion
  • A student body diverse in cultural, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds who bring the best combination of intellect, talent, character and leadership to the school
  • Programs which offer students ample opportunity to develop their ability and confidence in intellectual, spiritual, social, aesthetic and physical pursuits
  • A balance of commitment to personal growth with concern for others
  • Lifelong learning and active, informed, productive citizenship in the local, national and global communities
  • An education which reflects its Episcopal Church heritage and provides a spiritual foundation for the development of personal values and moral integrit
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