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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.
Make a Difference Day Gets Students Out into the Community
IPA students give back to their community in many ways throughout the year, but the annual Make a Difference Day is an opportunity for the Secondary student body to contribute to the community in a meaningful way.
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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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."

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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.

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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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IPA Certified as Blue Zones Project School and Worksite

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY celebrated being certified as a Blue Zones Project School and Worksite on Wednesday, November 25, becoming the very first school in the Kapolei area to receive certification as both a school and a worksite.
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Keychain with beads

Put a Bead on It!

“Put a Bead on It!” is an initiative started by Secondary English teachers Laura Boles and Owen Williams to provide opportunities for Secondary faculty to show their appreciation for each other and help build community connections.
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First Virtual Club Fest Held at IPA

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY held its first-ever virtual Club Fest last month. Translating the traditional format of Club Fest into a virtual one took a lot of planning, organizing, and creativity by the five members of the Executive Council, but the success of the event made it all worth it.
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Kim Uehisa

Texting for Heart Health During COVID-19

IPA alumna Kim Uehisa ‘15 is helping to improve the health and well-being of her community during the COVID-19 pandemic through her work with the UCLA Women’s Cardiovascular Center. She and a colleague recently implemented the Early Cardiovascular Health Outreach SMS research project, a text messaging program that reaches out to people who are socially isolated due to COVID-19.
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IPA Receives Gift for First Endowed Scholarship

Island Pacific Academy has established its first endowment scholarship through a generous $50,000 gift from Board of Trustees, Past President Lance Wilhelm and his wife, Marcy, which will support students from single-parent households.
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Lawrence Kama

Mahalo, Mr. Lawrence!

ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY said mahalo and a hui hou to Lawrence Kama on Monday, August 31 as he retired from the department of facilities after more than six years of service to the school.
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