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After School Care Available for Punahou Students Only
After School Care (ASC) provides after school supervision for children in K – grade 5 in a safe and nurturing environment. A teacher and an assistant are in charge of each group of children. Activities include quiet games, reading, assistance with homework, arts and crafts, enrichment activities, outdoor games, free play and creative play, and time to relax or rest. A variety of fruit juices or milk is served along with nutritious snacks each afternoon.

ASC students in K – grade 3 are escorted to and from the following programs: Dance, Elements of Movement, HA, Karate, Music, Swimming, Tennis and LACES. If your K – grade 3 child is enrolled in any other activities (e.g., wrestling, tutoring, robotics, etc.), please make arrangements to have your child walked to/from ASC. Unfortunately, our ASC staff and schedule cannot accommodate these additional activities. There is also no escorting to Montague for music lessons prior to 3 p.m. If your child is in K – grade 3 and enrolled in the Music School, please ensure that their lesson begins at 3 p.m. or later, unless you can make other arrangements for safe escort.
Grade Level Time Course Number
K - 5 Fall Semester 10001
K - 5 Spring Semester 10002
Beginning Guitar Class
In Beginning Guitar, students learn the basics of playing the guitar including: proper classical technique, note reading, chord playing, ensemble playing, blues and rock improvisation, and proper care of the instrument. Enrollment is limited to six students.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
6 - 8
Fall
Tues
3:15 - 4:10 p.m.
$410 71071
6 - 8
Spring
Tues
3:15 - 4:10 p.m.
$410 71072
6 - 8
Fall
Wed
3:15 - 4:10 p.m.
$410 71401
6 - 8
Spring
Wed
3:15 - 4:10 p.m.
$410 71402
Prerequisite: Students must have a nylon string guitar and footstool.
Beginning Ukulele I Open to the Community
Hawaiian language, traditions and values are woven throughout the ukulele program curriculum allowing students to experience and appreciate Hawaiian culture. Students also have the opportunity to study the history and cultural significance of mele taught in class.

Students enrolled in Beginning Ukulele I learn the history and background of the ukulele and its parts. Basic fingering and strumming are introduced, along with simple chord charts and progressions. Upon completion of the course students understand transposition (playing a piece in two different keys), are able to pluck a C major scale, do a Hawaiian vamp in the keys of C, F, G. A and D, and perform three Hawaiian mele (songs). Enrollment is limited to 14 students.

FACULTY
The HA program offers qualified, professional faculty, many of whom are active, and well-respected educators and leaders in the community.
HulaKumu Hula Doreen Doo
Lia Sheehan
Leilehua Utu
Ukulele  Pomaika’i Keawe Lyman
Wil Tafolo

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Leilehua Utu at lutu@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.

Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
2 - 3
Fall
Wed
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$185 83111
2 - 3
Spring
Wed
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$185 83112
Beginning Ukulele II Open to the Community
Hawaiian language, traditions and values are woven throughout the ukulele program curriculum allowing students to experience and appreciate Hawaiian culture. Students also have the opportunity to study the history and cultural significance of mele taught in class.

Building on the basics learned in Beginning Ukulele I, students in Beginning Ukulele II class are introduced to ukulele picking (ability to pluck out the melody line), and learn new strum patterns and alternate fingering. Students are encouraged to build their song repertoire, and explore both traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music. Students also learn to sing along to Hawaiian mele in both group and individual settings. Enrollment is limited to 14 students.

Prerequisite: Students must have completed the Beginning Ukulele I class and received the teacher's recommendation.

FACULTY
The HA program offers qualified, professional faculty, many of whom are active, and well-respected educators and leaders in the community.
HulaKumu Hula Doreen Doo
Lia Sheehan
Leilehua Utu
Ukulele  Pomaika’i Keawe Lyman
Wil Tafolo

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Leilehua Utu at lutu@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.

Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
3 - 5
Fall
Wed
3:45 - 4:30 p.m.
$185 83151
3 - 5
Spring
Wed
3:45 - 4:30 p.m.
$185 83152
Cardio Tennis for Adults
The Cardio Tennis program offers an exciting new way to keep fit. This program provides a high energy tennis workout and is open to people of all ages, abilities and fitness levels. It doesn’t matter if you play tennis regularly or have never played before. The course is based around simple tennis drills and games run by a qualified Punahou tennis professional. It is all about keeping your heart rate up, burning calories and having fun! Enrollment is limited to 12 students per class.

Fall SemesterAugust 21, 2017 – November 16, 2017
Spring SemesterJanuary 16, 2018 – April 26, 2018
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Fall
Adults
Tuesday
7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
$255 51921
Spring
Adults
Tuesday
7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
$255 51922
Fall
Adults
Thursday
7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
$255 51941
Spring
Adults
Thursday
7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
$255 51942
Chamber Music Ensembles
All ensembles have coaching sessions of 55 minutes. Meeting times to be arranged by the teacher. Students are grouped according to their level of ability and sessions are scheduled during after school hours. Each ensemble has opportunities to perform throughout the year.

The variety of ensemble groupings include: flute trios/quartets, string quartets (2 violins, viola, cello), violin quartets, cello quartets and woodwind quintets (flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, and french horn.)
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Flute
7 - 12
Fall
TBA $200 71021
7 - 12
Spring
TBA $200 71022
Woodwind Quintet
6 - 12
Fall
TBA $200 71271
6 - 12
Spring
TBA $200 71272
String Ensemble
4 - 12
Fall
TBA $200 71281
4 - 12
Spring
TBA $200 71282
Chess Open to the Community
Chess is open to students in grades 2 – 12 and welcomes students who are new to chess and those with experience.

Through the use of instructional gaming, children develop better decision-making skills, are more aware of the consequences of their actions, and are able to think about and sustain progress towards long-term gains. Students combine artistic and creative skills to address immediate tactical needs.

This program is designed for both new and more experienced players. Emphasis will be placed on learning to play chess through visualization and principles. Mixed-level classes:
  • Introduce skill modules and allow for regular assessment of students through lectures and level testing
  • Teach students to memorize complex opening and defensive formations, tactics and strategies
  • Allow players to demonstrate their skill knowledge through application
  • Institute training methods for competitive tournament play
  • Check for readiness and preparedness through in-class clock tournaments


Registration priority is given to current Chess students whose applications are submitted during the first week of registration.

Families have the option of choosing between one and five days of Chess. Due to staffing requirements, we are unable to accommodate late arrivals from other activities and the days selected must remain the same each week. Requests for changes are subject to availability at the time of the request.

REQUIREMENTS
Classes are taught using the latest chess software. Access to a home PC will be necessary for students wishing to replay games (Macintosh software is currently not available).

An email account is also necessary to receive class materials.

INSTRUCTOR
Reynolds Takata earned his Master Title in 1986 and is internationally ranked, with a rating of 2267. He has coached and lectured at ‘Iolani School, Kamehameha Schools, St. Louis and others, and is a private coach for many of the state’s top chess players, both adults and children.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Reynolds Takata at rtakata@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
2 - 12
Fall
1 day/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$440 82001-100
2 - 12
Spring
1 day/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$440 82002-100
2 - 12
Fall
2 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$490 82001-200
2 - 12
Spring
2 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$490 82002-200
2 - 12
Fall
3 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$540 82001-300
2 - 12
Spring
3 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$540 82002-300
2 - 12
Fall
4 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$590 82001-400
2 - 12
Spring
4 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$590 82002-400
2 - 12
Fall
5 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$665 82001-500
2 - 12
Spring
5 days/week
2:45 - 5:30 p.m.
$665 82002-500
Children's Choir
This after school ensemble is for children who love music and wish to sing with friends in an informal choral setting. While students have fun learning to sing songs from many cultures, styles and periods, this beginning choral experience helps develop healthy vocal habits, musicianship skills and appropriate choir behavior. An informal recital is held at the end of each semester.

Choir director: Amanda Lippert
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
2 - 4
Fall
Tues
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$225 71101
2 - 4
Spring
Tues
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$225 71102
Continuing Guitar Class
Students build on the basics of playing the guitar including: refinement of technique, note reading in two or more voices and higher positions, barre chords, ensemble playing, blues and rock improvisation, and proper care of the instrument. Enrollment is limited to six students.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
7 - 9
Fall
Thurs
4:15 - 5:10 p.m.
$410 71031
7 - 9
Spring
Thurs
4:15 - 5:10 p.m.
$410 71032
Prerequisite: Students must have a nylon string guitar and a footstool. Students must have completed the Beginning Guitar Class and/or already be able to play open chords and read notes in open position.
Dance School Open to the Community
Punahou Dance School offers a broad range of classes in ballet, jazz, tap, street dance and musical theater. Classes emphasize dance technique, musicality and performance quality. Beginning levels are designed for students with little or no prior training, introducing basic dance vocabulary, coordination, conditioning and simple combinations of movement. Students usually remain at the beginning level for two or three years before progressing to intermediate levels, where students concentrate on body placement, control and more complex movement.

Intermediate and advanced classes are intended for more serious dance students, and enrollment is generally by permission only. Students in upper level dance classes receive more intense training in longer sessions, which stress technique and concepts associated with performance.

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION
The Dance School will present an informal concert, “Finale,” on May 18 – 20, 2018 at Dillingham Hall.

Performances are an integral part of the learning process. Students perform with the class in which they enroll, and those who wish to perform in the concert must be registered for both the Fall and Spring semesters. Students in K – grade 2 may perform in a maximum of two classes, grades 3 – 5 may perform in a maximum of three classes, and grades 6 – 12 may perform in a maximum of four classes. A participation fee of $15 per class will be assessed in December to cover production costs.

To alleviate conflicts with mandatory theater rehearsals, families who plan to participate in “Finale” should avoid scheduling trips or vacations during the critical month of May 2018.

PROGRAM DATES
Fall Semester:
August 21, 2017 – December 20, 2017

Spring Semester:
January 16, 2018 – May 20, 2018

PROGRAM FEES
Program Fees depend on the type of class and the number of courses taken per week. Those taking 3 or more courses per semester are entitled to a discount.

    1 or 2 courses    3+ courses
1-hour class$270
per course
$250
per course
1 1/2-hour class$310
per course
$280
per course

FACULTY
The Dance School features an outstanding, professionally-qualified faculty with years of local and national experience in dance choreography, performance and teaching.

Ballet Charlys Ing
Kristin Aune
Carolyn Feher
Brigitte Nakagawa
Jazz Ahnya Chang
Maile Racuya Lum
Jacie Ann Oda
Christine Yasunaga
Musical Theater Kristin Aune
Ahnya Chang
Street Dance Malia Gardner
Jacie Ann Oda
Dwayne Sakaguchi
Leslea White
Tap Ahnya Chang
Claudia Heu
Lisa Kimsey
Caryn Yee

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Dance School at 944.5829 or email danceschool@punahou.edu.

Dance Class Schedule
For more information about the various dance programs, click here.

Time Class Grade Teacher Course
Fall Spring
Monday
2:30–3:30Beg Ballet IA*KFeher4101141012
2:45–3:45Tap I*1 – 2Heu4156141562
2:45–3:45Musical Theater II*2 - 3Chang/Aune4134141342
3:45–4:45Beg Ballet III*2Feher4104141042
3:45-4:45Musical Theater III*3 – 5Chang4135141352
3:45–4:45Jr Jazz III6 – 12Lum4126141262
4:45–5:45Musical Theater IV++4 – 8Aune4136141362
4:45–6:00Fast Int Jazz+7 – 12Lum4127141272
5:00–6:30Advanced Jazz+ ++8 - 12Yasunaga4121141212
5:45–6:45Musical Theater V++5 - 9Aune4139141392
Tuesday
2:30–3:30Beg Tap*KChang4152141522
2:45–3:45Beg Ballet II*1Feher4103141032
2:45-3:45Jr Jazz IA*2 – 3Lum4124141242
3:45–4:45Jr Jazz IIA*4 – 6Chang4125141252
3:45–5:15Int/Adv Ballet A++6 – 12Aune4105141052
3:45–5:15Int/Adv Jazz+7 – 12Lum4123141232
4:45–5:45Jr Jazz IIB5 – 7Chang4129141292
5:15–7:00Int/Adv Ballet D++8 – 12Aune4113141132
Wednesday
2:30–3:30Beg Musical Theater A*KChang4131141312
2:45–3:45Jr Street Dance IIA3 – 5Gardner4142141422
3:45–4:45Jr Jazz IB*3 – 4Chang4128141282
3:45-4:45Jr Street Dance IIB**5 – 7Oda4148141482
3:45–5:15Int/Adv Ballet B++7 – 12Aune4106141062
4:45–5:45Jr Street Dance III**6 – 8Oda4143141432
5:15–6:15Tap IV4 – 9Yee4159141592
5:15–6:45Advanced Tap++7 – 12Yee4151141512
5:15–7:00Advanced Ballet++8 – 12Ing4100141002
5:45-6:45Lyric Jazz**6 – 12Oda4130141302
Thursday
2:30–3:30Beg Ballet IB*KFeher4102141022
2:45–3:45Musical Theater I*1Chang4133141332
3:30–4:30Int Ballet I*2 – 4Feher4107141072
3:45–4:45Street Dance IB**7 – 12Oda4149141492
3:45–5:15Intro to Int/Adv Ballet6 – 12Aune4109141092
4:30–5:30Tap II* **2 – 12Chang4157141572
4:45–5:45Street Dance IC8 – 12Oda4150141502
5:15–7:00Int/Adv Ballet C++7 – 12Aune4115141152
5:45–6:45Street Dance II++9 – 12Oda4145141452
5:45–6:45Tap III3 – 12Chang4158141582
Friday
2:30–3:30Beg Musical Theater B*KChang4132141322
2:45–3:45Jr Street Dance IA*2 – 3White/Gardner4141141412
3:00–4:00Int Ballet II*3 – 6Nakagawa4108141082
3:45–4:45Jr Street Dance IB*3 – 5White/Sakaguchi4146141462
4:00–5:00Int Ballet III4 – 8Nakagawa4112141122
4:00–5:15Pointe I+ ++7 – 12Ing4110141102
5:00-6:00Jr Jazz IIC5 - 8Chang4120141202
5:15–6:30Ballet Foundations** NP6 – 12Aune4116141162
5:15–6:45Pointe II+ ++8 – 12Ing4111141112
Saturday
8:30–10:00Intro to Choreography6 – 12Kimsey4167141672
8:30–10:00Jr Tap Company II++7 – 11Yee4160141602
10:00–11:00Keiki Tap Company++2 – 5Kimsey4154141542
10:00–11:30Sr Tap Company++10 – 12Yee4155141552
11:00–12:30Jr Tap Company I++4 – 9Yee/Kimsey4153141532
* Introductory level for grades K – 5
** Introductory level for grades 6 – 12
+ Must be concurrently registered in ballet
++ Acceptance by teacher approval only
NP - Non-Performing Class
Elements of Movement Open to the Community
Elements of Movement is a program that gives students, from kindergarten – grade 5, an opportunity to explore various types of movement disciplines in a safe, fun and non-competitive environment. Through proper groupings by age and experience, students are supported and challenged through physical progressions appropriate to their ability and growth.

In the fall semester, students are able to build a deeper understanding on how their bodies move with the aid of fun physical games/challenges and obstacle courses. There is also an introduction to beginning gymnastics tumbling, where students learn proper forward/backward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, etc. To ensure their safety, students are able to practice their tumbling skills on gymnastics mats and on the AirTrack: an inflatable tumbling track.

In the spring semester, gymnastics equipment is introduced. Students are able to develop their overall upper body strength using the uneven/parallel bars and their balance/aerial awareness using the balance beam, vault, mini-trampoline and AirTrack. Students continue to build upon and refine their tumbling skills learned in the fall semester.

The program focuses on these outcomes:
  1. Build a movement vocabulary that students can apply to all subsequent movement content, whatever the activity or sport.
  2. Develop flexibility, coordination, balance, agility and muscular strength.
  3. Jumping and landing safely using a variety of takeoff and landing patterns.
  4. Build spatial awareness by practicing forward/backward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, etc.
  5. Build upper body strength to support their weight by using the various gymnastics equipment introduced in the spring semester.
  6. Apply rules, procedures and safe practices in activity.
  7. Work cooperatively and productively with self, partner or group.


FOR MORE INFORMATION

Email Shane Doi at sdoi@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
K - 5
Fall
Tues
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52021
K - 5
Spring
Tues
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52022
K - 5
Fall
Wed
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52031
K - 5
Spring
Wed
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52032
K - 5
Fall
Thur
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52041
K - 5
Spring
Thur
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52042
K - 5
Fall
Fri
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52051
K - 5
Spring
Fri
2:45 - 3:25 p.m.
$225 52052
Group Piano Classes
Group Piano is a comprehensive course of piano study that builds a solid foundation for music learning through active group participation. In small groups of three to six students, children develop proper piano technique, learn note reading and the fundamentals of music. Children also learn to respond to music through listening and movement activities. It takes an average of two to three school years to complete the course. Students new to piano study in K - grade 2 are invited to apply. This course is also offered for continuing group piano students in grades 1 – 4. Classes meet once a week for 55 minutes.

New Students

New students registering for Group Piano classes must be interviewed by the teachers to determine readiness, musical potential, compatibility and availability. The students are then placed in the most appropriate group. Student interviews will be held by appointment on Saturday, July 15.

After registering, interested students and parents are asked to view program information, an introductory video, FAQs and sign-up for interviews at http://www.punahou.edu/arts/music/group-piano-program/index.aspx.

Tuition payment for new non-Punahou introductory class applicants should be submitted with the registration. Credit or refunds will be made to those who are unable to be assigned.

Please contact the Music School at 944.5829 if you have any questions.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
K - 4
Fall
TBA $425 71001
K - 4
Spring
TBA $425 71002
Hālau Ka Wai O Punahou Open to the Community
Hālau Ka Wai O Punahou offers the foundation of traditional Hawaiian dance as taught in a halau hula. The class encompasses the history of hula and characteristics of traditional Hawaiian dance from simple hand gestures to basic hula steps. Students are introduced to a variety of traditional hula foundations that include mele kahea, hula noho, and hula ʻōlapa. Students are also exposed to hula ʻauana (modern form of hula), the use of hula implements, basic Hawaiian language, the philosophy of traditional/modern dance and Hawaiian values.

FACULTY
The HA program offers qualified, professional faculty, many of whom are active, and well-respected educators and leaders in the community.
HulaKumu Hula Doreen Doo
Lia Sheehan
Leilehua Utu
Ukulele  Pomaika’i Keawe Lyman
Wil Tafolo

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Leilehua Utu at lutu@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.

Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
6 - 12
Fall
Thur
3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
$225 83061
6 - 12
Spring
Thur
3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
$225 83062
Hula ʻAuana (Modern Hula) Open to the Community
K - Grade 5
Love and enjoyment of hula are the first objectives in these classes for elementary school children. Basic hula steps are taught as well as accompanying hand gestures. The use of hula instruments adds to the enjoyment of the class. Easy and delightful Hawaiian mele are used as students learn to dance as well as begin to understand the Hawaiian language. Hula ‘olapa (ancient hula) is also introduced into the class starting in grades 4 – 5.

Adults
This hula class is for mind, body and spirit! The focus is on basic hula steps and hula motions. Learn some “classic” hula dances. Beginning and experienced dancers are welcome!

FACULTY
The HA program offers qualified, professional faculty, many of whom are active, and well-respected educators and leaders in the community.
HulaKumu Hula Doreen Doo
Lia Sheehan
Leilehua Utu
Ukulele  Pomaika’i Keawe Lyman
Wil Tafolo

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Leilehua Utu at lutu@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.

Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Keiki Hula I
K - 1
Fall
Mon
2:30 - 3:15 p.m.
$160 83021
K - 1
Spring
Mon
2:30 - 3:15 p.m.
$160 83022
Keiki Hula II*
K - 1
Fall
Wed
2:30 - 3:15 p.m.
$185 83041
K - 1
Spring
Wed
2:30 - 3:15 p.m.
$185 83042
Hula I
2 - 5
Fall
Tues
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$185 83031
2 - 5
Spring
Tues
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$185 83032
Hula II *
3 - 5
Fall
Thur
2:45 - 3:45 p.m.
$210 83051
3 - 5
Spring
Thur
2:45 - 3:45 p.m.
$210 83052
* Prerequisite for Keiki Hula II and Hula II classes: Students must have completed one year of hula in the HA program and received the teacher's recommendation.
Immersion Language Program Open to the Community
This program provides a cultural and theme-based language environment that challenges students in age-appropriate ways to become capable and confident communicators through activities and play.

All communication is in the immersion languages for some parts of the day (gradually increasing over the year).

Students are placed in small groups by age, led by advanced Academy language students serving as teaching assistants under the supervision of a lead faculty member.

The program’s theme-based curriculum allows students to repeat the program, and is designed to allow students with more experience to gain leadership opportunities as they team with those new to the program.

Families have the option of enrolling in three, four or five days, based on designated days noted in the schedule below. Increased contact time in the language environments can certainly help students improve language acquisition abilities. Teachers encourage families to have their children participate in each session's full activities as often as possible to maximize this oportunity.

Late arrivals from other activities and escorting of students to and from other programs cannot be accommodated.


FOR MORE INFORMATION Email Chai Reddy at creddy@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Hawaiian (K - 5)
Fall
K - 5
Mon, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$695 23001-300
Spring
K - 5
Mon, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$695 23002-300
Fall
K - 5
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$795 23001-400
Spring
K - 5
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$795 23002-400
Fall
K - 5
Mon-Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$845 23001-500
Spring
K - 5
Mon-Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$845 23002-500
Japanese (K - 5)
Fall
K - 5
Mon, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$695 24001-300
Spring
K - 5
Mon, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$695 24002-300
Fall
K - 5
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$795 24001-400
Spring
K - 5
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$795 24002-400
Fall
K - 5
Mon-Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$845 24001-500
Spring
K - 5
Mon-Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$845 24002-500
Mandarin Chinese (K - 5)
Fall
K - 5
Mon, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$695 21001-300
Spring
K - 5
Mon, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$695 21002-300
Fall
K - 5
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$795 21001-400
Spring
K - 5
Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$795 21002-400
Fall
K - 5
Mon-Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$845 21001-500
Spring
K - 5
Mon-Fri
2:15 - 5:30 p.m.
$845 21002-500
A language assessment may be required of new grades 4 and 5 students applying to the Immersional Language Program.
Kanikapila Ukulele Open to the Community
As a culmination of beginning level classes, this select group of students further refine their skills, explore and build on their repertoire of traditional and contemporary Hawaiian music, and begin learning to perform in front of an audience.

FACULTY
The HA program offers qualified, professional faculty, many of whom are active, and well-respected educators and leaders in the community.
HulaKumu Hula Doreen Doo
Lia Sheehan
Leilehua Utu
Ukulele  Pomaika’i Keawe Lyman
Wil Tafolo

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Leilehua Utu at lutu@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.

Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
4 - 8
Fall
Mon
3:15 - 4:15 p.m.
$190 83001
4 - 8
Spring
Mon
3:15 - 4:15 p.m.
$190 83002
Prerequisite: Students must have completed the Beginning Ukulele II class, received the teacher's recommendation, and have their own instrument.
Karate Available for Punahou Students Only
Punahou Karate is a martial arts program for Punahou students in grades 1 – 5 that focuses on character development and physical fitness while students learn basic to intermediate skills in karate. Classes are appropriate for students who are learning karate for the first time, as well as for those who have participated in karate for a few years.

Students are taught the traditional style of Shito-Ryu Karate through proper movement, posture, breathing and concentration.

Kobudo (weapons) training is introduced to students of the upper belt levels. Punahou provides the equipment for these sessions.

ATTIRE
For safety reasons, all students are required to purchase a karate gi for class unless the student already has one. The instructor will have uniforms available for purchase at a cost of approximately $60. Since Karate involves a certain amount of physical contact between students, headgear and fist guards must be worn for any type of sparring training. Students will not be able to participate in any sparring training without this equipment. The cost of the headgear and fist guards is approximately $60.

FACULTY
Sensei Mari Kaneshiro has been studying karate for over 35 years and currently holds a fifth degree black belt. As one of International Karate Federation’s top instructors, Mari teaches at various locations, including Maryknoll, Kahala, Palolo, Pearl City and University. She has won numerous awards, including national and world titles. Mari is an officer of the National AAU Karate Referee Council.

Junior instructors also assist with instruction.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Mari Kaneshiro at mkaneshiro@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 944.2248 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.


Classes are grouped by age and ability levels.
* For Grade 5 students, classes are offered to continuing students only.
Registration priority is given to current Karate students whose applications are submitted during the first week of registration.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
1 - 5*
Fall
Mon
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$215 53111
1 - 5*
Spring
Mon
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$215 53112
1 - 5*
Fall
Wed
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$250 53131
1 - 5*
Spring
Wed
2:45 - 3:30 p.m.
$250 53132
*For Grade 5 students, classes are offered to continuing students only.
Language and Culture in the Elementary School (LACES) Open to the Community
The Wo International Center offers an enrichment elementary language program (French and Spanish) which is open to students in grades 1 – 6. Classes are offered at beginning and continuing levels. Parents with questions about selecting a level should call the Wo International Center at 944.5871.

LACES Beginning Language
The Beginning LACES program provides an enjoyable introductory exposure to another language and culture. Children begin to communicate in a different language while experiencing its culture through games, songs, and storytelling.

LACES Continuing Language
The Continuing LACES program reviews lessons learned in the Beginning Level or during Summer School, providing continued exposure to the language and culture.

Students must have successfully completed Beginning LACES or meet similar minimum prerequisites.

LACES Supervision
For Punahou students in grades 1 – 3 who are not enrolled in Punahou's After School Care program (ASC), LACES Supervision provides for your child's safety for the hour between the end of the school day and the beginning of LACES class.

Students are cared for by the ASC staff and offered a healthy snack before they are escorted to their LACES classrooms. Parents must pick up Supervision students promptly at the end of class to avoid a late charge of $10 per every fifteen minutes (or fraction thereof).

FOR MORE INFORMATION Email Chai Reddy at creddy@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Norma Morichika at 945.2488 or email nmorichika@punahou.edu regarding registration.

Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Beginning
Language
Beginning French
1 - 6
Thurs
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
$400 22100
Beginning Spanish
1 - 6
Thurs
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
$400 25100
Continuing
Language
Continuing French
1 - 6
Mon
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
$350 22200
Continuing Spanish
1 - 6
Mon
3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
$350 25200
LACES Supervision
1 - 3 (Mon Supv) Mon
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
$65 26200
1 - 3 (Thurs Supv) Thurs
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
$80 26100
Let’s Jam! Improv for Strings
Let's Jam! provides an opportunity for string students (violin, viola, cello and bass) to venture beyond the traditional classical repertoire to folk and contemporary styles, and methods of music making. Students are introduced to fundamental musical elements including song form/structure, harmony, rhythm and melody, and are taught how to apply these concepts in "real time" to spontaneously generate accompaniments and improvise solos in a variety of styles.

Repertoire includes gypsy swing, Celtic, bluegrass, jazz, blues, pop and rock. Extended techniques like "the chop" (a bow technique that simulates a drum set) are also explored. The class meets for bi-weekly guided "jam sessions" which culminate in a presentation at the end of the semester. No previous experience with improvisation or music theory is required. Enrollment is limited to 10 students per class.

Prerequisite: A minimum playing level of Suzuki book 4 or 3 years of experience in a school orchestra program

Teacher: Duane Padilla, Hot Club of Hulaville violinist/Music School violin faculty member
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
6 - 12
Fall
Mon
4:00 - 4:55 p.m.
$160 71151
6 - 12
Spring
Mon
4:00 - 4:55 p.m.
$160 71152
Private Music Lessons
Individual music instruction is offered in 30-, 45- or 60- minute appointments for 16 weeks each semester. Instruction is available for the following instruments, subject to availability.

Baritone/Euphonium/TubaJason Byerlotzer
Dr. T.J. Ricer
Bass/Electric BassJohn Kolivas
CelloPauline Bai
Dr. Jonas Carlson
Jeffrey Hamano
ClarinetPaul Sato
Melanie Yamada
FluteSabrina Saiki-Mita
French HornDennis Nagamine
Guitar Shoji Ledward
Harp Carol Miyamoto
Music Theory/CompositionSteven Casano
Dr. Takuma Itoh
Oboe Sara Ricer
Percussion Darryl Pellegrini
Piano Helen Chao-Casano
Steven Casano
Dr. Sachi P. Hirakouji
Deven Kono
Dr. Katy Luo
Beryl Yanagi-Fujita
Eiko Yano
Saxophone Paul Sato
ShakuhachiSteven Casano
Trombone Jason Byerlotzer
Dr. T.J. Ricer
Trumpet TBD
Violin/Viola Dr. David Hamano
Helen Higa
Lauren Holt
Dr. Neela Kinariwala
Mia Lai Carlson
Dr. Helen Liu
Elaine Lu
Duane Padilla
Maile Reeves
VoiceCatherine Goto
Dr. Rachel Schutz

InstrumentGrade LevelLength of LessonFall
Course #
Spring
Course #
Baritone/Euphonium/Tuba 5 - 12 30-minute 70911 70912
45-minute 70921 70922
60-minute 70931 70932
Bass 5 - 12 30-minute 77111 77112
45-minute 77121 77122
60-minute 77131 77132
Cello 1 - 12 30-minute 77211 77212
45-minute 77221 77222
60-minute 77231 77232
Clarinet 5 - 12 30-minute 79111 79112
45-minute 79121 79122
60-minute 79131 79132
Flute 5 - 12 30-minute 79211 79212
45-minute 79221 79222
60-minute 79231 79232
French Horn 5 - 12 30-minute 70311 70312
45-minute 70321 70322
60-minute 70331 70332
Guitar 5 - 12 30-minute 75111 75112
45-minute 75121 75122
60-minute 75131 75132
Harp 1 - 12 30-minute 77411 77412
45-minute 77421 77422
60-minute 77431 77432
Music Theory/Composition 4 - 12 30-minute 75411 75412
45-minute 75421 75422
60-minute 75431 75432
Oboe 5 - 12 30-minute 79411 79412
45-minute 79421 79422
60-minute 79431 79432
Percussion 5 - 12 30-minute 75211 75212
45-minute 75221 75222
60-minute 75231 75232
Piano 1 - 12 30-minute 76111 76112
45-minute 76121 76122
60-minute 76131 76132
Shakuhachi5 - 12 30-minute 75511 75512
45-minute 75521 75522
60-minute 75531 75532
Saxophone 5 - 12 30-minute 79511 79512
45-minute 79521 79522
60-minute 79531 79532
Trombone 5 - 12 30-minute 70611 70612
45-minute 70621 70622
60-minute 70631 70632
Trumpet 5 - 12 30-minute 70711 70712
45-minute 70721 70722
60-minute 70731 70732
Viola 1 - 12 30-minute 78111 78112
45-minute 78121 78122
60-minute 78131 78132
Violin 1 - 12 30-minute 78211 78212
45-minute 78221 78222
60-minute 78231 78232
Voice 7 - 12 30-minute 75311 75312
45-minute 75321 75322
60-minute 75331 75332

PRIVATE LESSON FEES
30-minute private lessons $550 per semester
45-minute private lessons $825 per semester
60-minute private lessons $1,100 per semester

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact the Music School at 944.5829 or email musicschool@punahou.edu.

Punahou Aquatics (PAQ)
Punahou Aquatics is a year-round competitive program for swimmers aged 5 – 18. To try out for the team, a swimmer 10 years old and younger must be able to swim at least 50 yards (2 laps of the Punahou pool) non-stop Freestyle and efficiently/legally swim all 4 competitive strokes. Swimmers 11-12 years old must be able to swim at least 100 yards (4 laps of the Punahou pool) non-stop Freestyle and efficiently/legally swim all 4 competitive strokes. Swimmers 12 years old and older must be able to swim at least 300 yards (12 laps of the Punahou pool) and complete a 200 Individual Medley with legal turns and strokes.

The team is divided into 7 groups based on age and ability. Three groups start at 3 p.m. and practice for approximately 1 hour. The other four groups start at either 4 or 5:30 p.m., depending on the time of year, for approx. 2 hours. Practices are offered every weekday – with some Saturdays and mornings – and competitions are generally held on the weekends. Swimmers should expect to swim in approximately two competitions a month.

Note that this program is not related to the Punahou Athletics intermediate and high school teams that compete in the winter within the Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH)

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Jeff Meister at jmeister@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Lenora Lee at 944.5835 or email paq@punahou.edu regarding registration.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Honu
K - 6
Fall
Mon - Fri
3:00 - 4:00 pm
$325 54001
Honu
K - 6
Spring
Mon - Fri
3:00 - 4:00 pm
$325 54002
Nai'a
K - 6
Fall
Mon - Fri
3:00 - 4:00 pm
$375 54011
Nai'a
K - 6
Spring
Mon - Fri
3:00 - 4:00 pm
$375 54012
Mano
K - 6
Fall
Mon - Fri
3:00 - 4:00 pm
$425 54021
Mano
K - 6
Spring
Mon - Fri
3:00 - 4:00 pm
$425 54022
Junior II*
7 - 8
Fall
Mon - Fri
5:30 - 7:00 pm
$475 54031
Junior II*
7 - 8
Spring
Mon - Fri
5:30 - 7:00 pm
$475 54032
Junior I*
4 - 8
Fall
Mon - Fri 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 - 9:30 am
$525 54041
Junior I*
4 - 8
Spring
Mon - Fri 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 - 9:30 am
$525 54042
Senior*
9 - 12
Fall
Mon - Fri 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 - 9:30 am
$525 54051
Senior*
9 - 12
Spring
Mon - Fri 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 - 9:30 am
$525 54052
National*
9 - 12
Fall
Mon - Fri 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 - 10:00 am
$525 54061
National*
9 - 12
Spring
Mon - Fri 5:30 - 7:00 pm
Sat 7:30 - 10:00 am
$525 54062
*Junior I/II, Senior and National practice schedules are subject to change during the swim season due to ILH scheduling.
Recreational Music Making: Piano for Adults
Recreational Music Making: Piano for Adults offers students an opportunity to learn to play piano in a relaxed atmosphere while having fun making music. Perfect for those who have always dreamed of playing the piano, used to play the piano, or have forgotten how to play the piano. Also recommended for parents who have children currently learning the piano. The class focuses on music making through accessible, enjoyable and social musical experiences. Basic music reading fundamentals and theory are also covered. No experience is required. Enrollment is limited to 6 students per class.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Adults
Fall
Tues
7:30 - 8:25 a.m.
$180 71051
Adults
Spring
Tues
7:30 - 8:25 a.m.
$180 71052
Adults
Fall
Wed
7:30 - 8:25 a.m.
$180 71091
Adults
Spring
Wed
7:30 - 8:25 a.m.
$180 71092
Adults
Fall
Thurs
7:30 - 8:25 a.m.
$180 71061
Adults
Spring
Thurs
7:30 - 8:25 a.m.
$180 71062
String Performance Ensemble
String Performance Ensemble is for beginning, intermediate and advanced string students. It provides an opportunity for students to learn and perform solo music in a large ensemble setting. Repertoire includes classical music, as well as rock, jazz, tangos and fiddling. Learning goals include developing musical communication, memorization and performance etiquette. Performance opportunities include community events off-campus.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
2 - 12 Sat
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
$135 71291
2 - 12 Sat
3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
$135 71292
Suzuki Violin Children's Class
Young Suzuki students begin their violin training in small group classes. Students learn together as well as observe each other. Groups are age-appropriate, with approximately 3 – 4 students per class. Based on the developmental compatibility of the prospective students, teachers may also recommend an alternate format of instruction (partner or private lessons).

Students are introduced to violin hold, bow hold, rhythmic training, as well as bow training. The goal of this class is to learn the basic skills required to play the Twinkle variations, and to help establish daily practice and listening routines.

Like learning any language, listening is essential and each child will develop at their own rate. Each child’s development is directly dependent upon the parental commitment, reinforcement and encouragement at home. Parents may record or videotape the class to assist learning at home. Families should expect to commit some time each day for violin practice, musical training and listening.

As students advance to taking private Suzuki violin lessons, each student is expected to participate in small and large group lessons once a month (in lieu of their private lessons that week). During Group Lesson Week, every student joins a small group lesson according to their book level, and then also play together in a large group lesson on Saturday afternoon. Group lessons are a unique and vital part of this method. Among other benefits, group lessons help motivate practice, provide performance opportunities, and develop community.

Music Mind Games are incorporated into violin training. Music Mind Games (MMG) is a curriculum with fun and easy-to-learn games for learning music theory. MMG concepts taught are rhythm, note reading, note values, sight singing and dictation.

Prerequisite: Parents must attend an informational Q-and-A meeting on Saturday, August 26 to sign up for a brief interview and violin sizing appointments on Monday, August 28.

After the children are measured for violin sizes, the teachers provide information about the proper size of violin, all necessary materials, and also about renting or purchasing the parents' own violin.

Co-requisite: Students and parents new to the Suzuki Violin Program must also register for the Suzuki Violin Parent Class. Students must purchase an appropriately-sized violin and course materials.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Pre K - 1
Fall
TBA $425 71081
Pre K - 1
Spring
TBA $425 71082
Suzuki Violin Parent Class
In this class, parents learn how to be the home teacher and coach. Teachers guide parents through the beginning stages of Suzuki Violin lessons. Parents learn how to tune and play the violin with good basic technique.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Adult
Fall
Mon
7:00 - 7:55 p.m.
$425 71041
Adult
Spring
Mon
7:00 - 7:55 p.m.
$425 71042
Swim School
The Swim School is open to swimmers in grades K – 6 who are at the Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced levels of swimming. Swim School prepares swimmers to transition successfully to a competitive swim team. Swim School develops and improves stroke technique for the four competitive swimming strokes, build endurance and teaches racing skills such as starts and turns.

Swim School swimmers must be able to swim 10 yards without stopping. Note that Punahou School’s pool does not have a shallow depth so swimmers must be comfortable in deep water. Class sizes ranges from a minimum of 3 swimmers per group to a maximum of 6.

BEGINNER: Can swim at least once competitive stroke for 10 yards. Swimmers in this level have in-water instruction. The main focus is to work on freestyle and backstroke.

INTERMEDIATE: Can efficiently swim freestyle and backstroke for 25 yards. Swimmers in this level continue to work on freestyle and backstroke, and begin learning breaststroke and butterfly.

ADVANCED: Can efficiently swim freestyle and backstroke for 25 yards as well as breaststroke and butterfly for 15 yards. Swimmers in this level work on all four strokes and are introduced to competitive starts and turns.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Jeff Meister at jmeister@punahou.edu regarding program curriculum. Contact Lenora Lee at 944.5835 or email paq@punahou.edu regarding registration.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Beginning
K - 6
Fall
Mon & Wed
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54201
K - 6
Spring
Mon & Wed
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54202
K - 6
Fall
Tue & Thur
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54211
K - 6
Spring
Tue & Thur
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54212
K - 6
Fall
Sat
9:30 – 10:15 am
$285 54221
K - 6
Spring
Sat
9:30 – 10:15 am
$285 54222
K - 6
Fall
Sat
10:30 – 11:15 am
$285 54231
K - 6
Spring
Sat
10:30 – 11:15 am
$285 54232
Intermediate
K - 6
Fall
Mon & Wed
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54301
K - 6
Spring
Mon & Wed
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54302
K - 6
Fall
Tue & Thur
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54311
K - 6
Spring
Tue & Thur
3:30 - 4:00 pm
$595 54312
K - 6
Fall
Sat
9:30 – 10:15 am
$285 54321
K - 6
Spring
Sat
9:30 – 10:15 am
$285 54322
K - 6
Fall
Sat
10:30 – 11:15 am
$285 54331
K - 6
Spring
Sat
10:30 – 11:15 am
$285 54332
Advanced
K - 6
Fall
Mon, Wed & Fri
6:15 – 7:00 pm
$720 54401
K - 6
Spring
Mon, Wed & Fri
6:15 – 7:00 pm
$720 54402
K - 6
Fall
Tue & Thurs, 6:15 – 7:00 pm
Sat, 9:30 – 10:15 am
$720 54411
K - 6
Spring
Tue & Thurs, 6:15 – 7:00 pm
Sat, 9:30 – 10:15 am
$720 54412
Tennis Private Lessons Open to the Community
Private lessons are offered by tennis professionals who are certified by the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA), the highest certification available in the tennis industry. Private lessons are available on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. Priority is given to continuing Tennis students.

If you have any questions regarding program requirements please contact Lenora Lee at the Tennis Office between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 944.5835 or email tennisschool@punahou.edu.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
Fall 30 minutes $35 51011
Spring 30 minutes $35 51012
Fall 45 minutes $52 51021
Spring 45 minutes $52 51022
Fall 60 minutes $69 51031
Spring 60 minutes $69 51032
Tennis School Open to the Community
The Tennis School offers a wide variety of development programs challenging students of all ages and abilities. Group lessons emphasize a fun learning environment, teach fundamental tennis skills and promote good sportsmanship that motivate students to play tennis, the “Sport for a Lifetime!” Students advance to different levels according to individual progress, sometimes remaining in the same program for more than one year.

Tennis is a fun, safe sport that allows students to get outside and get active. The focus is on fun and gradual skill development as students elevate their game from beginning to intermediate and more advanced levels. In addition to all of the physical benefits of the sport, tennis also has outstanding psychological benefits including building character through discipline, developing a strong work ethic, managing mistakes and adversity, and developing problem-solving skills.

Participating in lessons, as well as actual play, is truly the best way for any student desiring to improve their game. Therefore, the program combines both disciplines. Students may choose to participate in the once-a-month, fun-based “Play Days” (grades 3 and 4 students) or the more competitive “Jr. Team Tennis” matches (grades 5 – 8 students) which meet on most Saturdays.

Private lessons offer more personal, one-on-one attention by certified tennis faculty members. Lastly, the Tennis School also offers specialized instructional programs which are offered by invitation only to qualified players.

GROUP LESSONS

DayTimeFall
Course #
Spring
Course #
Fee
Center Court Kids IGrades 1 - 2
Monday2:45 – 3:30 p.m.5121151212$315
Tuesday2:45 – 3:30 p.m.5122151222$370
Thursday2:45 – 3:30 p.m.5123151232$360
Friday2:45 – 3:30 p.m.5124151242$340
Center Court Kids IIGrades 3 - 4
Wednesday2:45 – 3:30 p.m.5125151252$370
Rising StarsGrades 5 - 8 (0 - 3 years experience)
Wednesday3:30 – 4:15 p.m.5127151272$370
Fees vary according to holidays and school schedule.

PROGRAM DATES

Fall SemesterAugust 21, 2017 – December 20, 2017
Spring SemesterJanuary 16, 2018 – May 19, 2018

For more information about the various Tennis programs, click here

FOR MORE TENNIS INFORMATION
If you have any questions regarding program requirements please contact Lenora Lee at the Tennis Office between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 944.5835 or email tennisschool@punahou.edu.

Voice Classes
This course is designed for those who are interested in exploring and developing their singing voices. Learn how to sing with a beautiful tone, work on breath management, diction, range and expression. Practice reading music notation and sight-singing and develop critical listening skills while listening to one another. Together with friends, have fun studying and performing folk songs, art songs and selections from musical theatre! Enrollment is limited to 10 students per class.
Grade Level Time Course Fee Course Number
4 - 5
Fall
Tues
3:00 - 3:55 p.m.
$410 71111
4 - 5
Spring
Tues
3:00 - 3:55 p.m.
$410 71112
4 - 5
Fall
Thurs
3:00 - 3:55 p.m.
$410 71121
4 - 5
Spring
Thurs
3:00 - 3:55 p.m.
$410 71122
4 - 5
Fall
Thurs
4:00 - 4:55 p.m.
$410 71131
4 - 5
Spring
Thurs
4:00 - 4:55 p.m.
$410 71132
6 - 8
Fall
Tues
4:00 - 4:55 p.m.
$410 71141
6 - 8
Spring
Tues
4:00 - 4:55 p.m.
$410 71142