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13th Annual
IPA Golf Tournament
May 7, 2021
Hawai'i Prince Golf Club
IPA Certified as Blue Zones Project School and Worksite
ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY celebrated our certification as a Blue Zones Project school and worksite, becoming the very first school in the Kapolei area to receive certification as both a school and a worksite.
murals brighten up queen's medical center - West O'ahu
Annie Uesugi '19, Mina Cintron '20, and Taj Tottori '26 were selected to paint their murals at The Queen's Medical Center - West O'ahu
IPA and kamehameha schools celebrate ke aloha a Pauahi collaboration
The partnership will provide more children of Hawaiian ancestry with an opportunity to have access to a private school values-based education in preparation for college and careers
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AT ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY
STUDENTS COME FIRST

At IPA, each child is valued as an individual. Our students are at the center of a well-rounded education that allows all to be nurtured, all to develop, and all to shine. From the moment our students step on campus each morning to the end of a fulfilling day, all we do is with the belief that "students come first."

AT ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY
VALUES MATTER

IPA students are immersed in a school culture "WHERE VALUES MATTER." We practice core values – the power of human kindness, generosity of spirit, and recognition of each individual's value – which helps students develop strong character and become good citizens in their community and the world.

AT ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY
COMMUNITY COUNTS

IPA students thrive in a caring community made up of students, faculty & staff, parents, and families. At IPA learning extends beyond school walls and campus borders into the community. Students have much to learn from the community and also a responsibility to give back through service learning.

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Blue Zones Project Provides Tips for Managing Stress at “Coffee with the Principals”

Blue Zones Project Kapolei-’Ewa, ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY’s partners in health and wellness, joined IPA parents at Coffee with the Principals this week to talk about “Keeping Your Center in Changing Times.” Everyone left the discussion with much valuable information and many new tools to use in coping with the stress and challenges of this unprecedented year.
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Carson Lofton '16 at his desk

Navigating the Business World with Confidence

When he’s not training hard for a triathlon or capturing impressive aerial photos with his drone, Carson Lofton ‘16 is busy assisting with business acquisitions as a Business Development Executive for The Islander Group. Problem solving, project management, data analytics, navigating new tasks – every day is different for Lofton, and that’s what he finds most challenging and enjoyable about his position.
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IPA Students Discuss Health & Wellness at CHANGE Event Series

The topics of mental health and the COVID-19 vaccine were foremost on the minds of the student participants in Hawai’i Business Magazine’s CHANGE Event Series on Health and Wellness on Thursday, March 18, 2021, with students wondering about whether mental health during the pandemic has been prioritized as much as it should be, and how the vaccine will affect teenagers.
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Grade 3 Students Learn Hands-On About Democracy With Spirit Week Election

Grade 3 students have been working on their Democracy, Presidents, and Media units of inquiry, and are practicing what theyʻve learned by organizing an election to determine the theme for one day of Spirit Week.… more w
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Grade 6 Design Tech Students Explore Environmental Justice through Design Thinking

Whether they’re listening to a journalist discuss the devastating effects of drought on the Moloka’i deer population, or participating as panelists alongside filmmakers in a national discussion about the power of place-based storytelling, IPA’s Grade 6 Design Tech students are earnestly exploring ideas around environmental justice.
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IPA Student Creates Special Gift for 102-Year Old Retired Air Force Colonel

Celebrating your 102nd birthday is already a very special occasion. But Grade 10 student Ian Rife ‘23 was able to make it even a little more special for ‘Ilima at Leihano resident, and retired Air Force Colonel, Bruce Hunt. Rife created a thoughtful birthday board displaying the well-wishes of more than 20 Island Pacific Academy students and faculty and presented it in person to Col. Hunt.
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