Punahou School Case Middle School
Punahou School is a coeducational college preparatory day school in Honolulu, Hawaii with an enrollment of 3,700 students, in kindergarten through grade 12, which reflects Hawaii’s ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic diversity. This is the largest independent school in the United States, designed explicitly to meet the learning and developmental needs of children.
The middle school consists of nine, semi-open buildings situated to take advantage of prevailing trade winds during much of the year. The project is part of a movement in the building industry in Hawaii and around the world to incorporate principles of sustainable development.