A Pre-K through Grade 12 Coordinate School Located in Honolulu

 

Important Information for Parents

The Priory Lower School Attire Requirements

On May Day, students should arrive to school in their aloha attire or school uniform with their hair in a clean, high bun. Please use hairspray or gel to keep hair in place throughout the day. 

Students will be changing into their provided hula attire at school and must wear bike shorts and a strapless bra (if needed) to wear under the hula garments. Students should not wear nail polish or  jewelry to school on the performance day. Please help us by reminding your daughters that all their jewelry should be left at home. All adornments will also be provided. 

After the program, students are to take their hula garments home to have them washed and dried and returned to school by Friday, May 10.

The Priory Upper School Attire Requirements

On May Day, students should arrive to school in their aloha attire or school uniform with their hair in a clean, high bun. Please use hairspray or gel to keep the hair in place throughout the day. 

Grades 6-8 will wear their hair in a high bun. All high school students will wear their hair in a low bun behind the head. Please use hairspray or gel to keep hair in place throughout the day. 

Students will be changing into their provided hula attire at school and must wear bike shorts and a strapless bra to wear under the hula garments. Students should not wear nail polish or  jewelry to school on the performance day. Please help us by informing your daughters that all their jewelry should be left at home.  All adornments will also be provided. 

After the program, students are to take their hula garments home to have them washed and dried and returned to school by Friday, May 10.

The Prep Attire Requirements

On May Day, students should arrive to school in an aloha shirt or uniform top and black pants with their hair combed neatly. Students will be changing into their provided white, long-sleeved dress collared shirt. All adornments will also be provided. 

Students should not wear any watches/accessories to school on the performance day. Please help us by reminding your sons that all accessories should be left at home. 

This year's food is being catered by Kamuela Kepo‘o and includes two delicious choices. The Mauna Loa is considered a smaller plate and the Mauna Kea a larger one.

Please note the April 19 deadline to order food. We are only taking online orders and payments. Mahalo for your understanding.

  • No substitutions or add-ons
  • Please print a copy of this confirmation to pick up your orders
  • Pick up at the cafeteria following the May Day Program

Lunch Ordering

Floral and Greenery Donations

We are asking for your kōkua in donating floral and greenery that will be used to decorate the gym for May Day. Any donation you can give will be helpful, but we are looking specifically for ti leaves, monstera, lauaʻe, anthuriums, bird of paradise, ginger, plumeria, halyconia and palm fronds.

Donations will be accepted in front of Kennedy Hall
the morning of May 2 at morning drop off. 

Please use the form on the left to indicate your donations for our planning purposes. 

Mahalo!