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Navigator Credit Union
Navigator Credit Union reopens for business
After being closed for the past year and a half due to the pandemic, Navigator Credit Union has reopened, much to the excitement of the Grade 4 students.
Blue Zones Project Certification
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.
Kamehameha Schools Partnership
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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IPA Warmly Welcomes New Parents to the Navigator ʻOhana

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY hosted a warm evening reception for more than 140 new parents at the 2022 New Parent Reception held on July 29. The annual event is a wonderful way to welcome new families to the IPA community even before their child’s first day at IPA.

Summer Enrichment – Design Thinking a Better Assembly

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY’s Summer Enrichment students in Design Thinking spent three weeks creating solutions-based projects to improve the Secondary school’s assembly experience to help IPA’s Student Activities Coordinator, Ruby May Fernandez.
IPA's Navigator medal

More Than $3.7 Million in Scholarships Awarded to IPA’s Class of 2022

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY’s Class of 2022 has been awarded $3,795,558 in academic scholarships and awards. The IPA graduates submitted applications to over 107 colleges across the United States, and will be matriculating to colleges and universities in 12 states.
Steve Ross and Samantha Hodes-Der.

Laughter and Tear-Filled Elementary Assembly Marks a Changing of the Guard

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY’s last Elementary assembly of the year was a laughter and tear-filled changing of the guard as students and teachers said e komo mai to incoming Principal Samantha Hodes-Der and a hui hou to outgoing Principal Steve Ross. Ross, who started at IPA in August 2012, will be taking on a new position as IPA’s Assistant Head of School next year to focus on school curriculum and culture across grades K-12.

Mahalo Nui and A Hui Hou to Stan Vincent

“If your students are not your number one priority, then you're in the wrong job” is Stan Vincentʻs straightforward philosophy on teaching, and IPA’s students have been his number one priority for the past 17 years. Today is his last official day at ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY as he retires from teaching after so many dedicated years.

IPA’s First Varsity Boys’ Volleyball Player Returns to Coach Winning Season

Full circle. There’s no better way to describe the journey thus far for ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY alumnus Shelden Balatico ‘11. As a senior at IPA, Balatico helped with founding the school’s first varsity volleyball team in 2010-2011 and this year he returned to campus as Head Coach for the varsity boys’ and intermediate girls’ volleyball teams.

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