PICTURED ABOVE: The weather was great and everyone had a good time at the PFA Family Fun Run! Check out this video created by our PFA that highlights the event.


Anticipate delays tomorrow (3/1), during morning drop-off. Lower School is hosting Books and Bagels and Kupuna Day. For traffic control, traffic flow will be one-way and cars will not be allowed to turn left when entering the school. Thank you for your patience and cooperation. 



"Look Before You Leap," our MS/HS original Spring play opened last night and runs through March 9. It's our first ever two-part show. Tickets are $7 for the two-parts if you buy both parts ($5 each sold separately). Tickets are only available by contacting Robert St. JohnThe schedule is as follows:
Feb. 27 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Part One

Feb. 28 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Part Two

March 1 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Part One

March 2 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Part Two

March 6 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Part One

March 8 at 6:30-8:30 p.m. - Part Two 
The Saturday night closing show on March 9 is sold out.


Head of School D.J. Condon and Board Chair Dean Spagnoli will bestow ultimate bragging rights - and serve up breakfast - to the class that achieves the highest parent participation as well as the class with the most dollars raised for LJA's Annual Fund.


The class of 2029 is currently in the lead for dollars raised ($38,642) and the class of 2031 and 2022 are tied for highest participation (54%). Give today and help your class achieve victory! 



Mark your calendars for the PFA's Parent Forum happening March 14 from 6-8 p.m. in the Wang. The forum will cover questions such as, How do we know whether or not our students are successful? Are standardized test scores and GPA's as important as they seem to be? Explore these topics and more with your fellow parents and Head of School D.J. Condon.


Congratulations to Maggie Odom '21, who won the Hawaii State Poetry Out Loud competition at Tenney Theater. Maggie will travel to Washington, DC in April to compete as the Hawaii representative. She is the first LJA student to win this honor. This Saturday, Maggie will also compete at Punahou in the Hawaii State Shakespeare Monologue competition.



Congratulations to Aya Lewis '22 for taking 1st place in the non-heritage high school division at the 7th Annual Chinese Speech Contest for Hawaii Students at UH Manoa. Aya will represent Hawaii in the regional finals in San Diego. This is only the third time a student from Hawaii has been asked to represent Hawaii in the regional finals.


Morgan entered Le Jardin Academy in Grade 8. Her time at LJA has been spent leading the Days For Girls club, being a part - and now the president - of the National Honors Society, participating in Wild Kids, interning as a Kindergarten teaching assistant during Impact Term, and teaching English to South African students for the past two summers.

"Every part of my experience at LJA stands out: eighth grade camp, cross-country and swim teams, amazing friends, and learning to be comfortable with public speaking and time management. I have grown so much and have loved every minute at this school."

Morgan plans to study Elementary Education with a minor in Special Education or English as a Second Language, to then pursue a Masters in Elementary Education. She's narrowed her selection to Ithaca College, Linfield College, and Texas Christian University after also being accepted at Portland University, Oregon State University, Pacific University, Colorado University at Colorado Springs, Colorado University at Denver, Colorado University at Boulder, Drexel University, Indiana University, and Purdue University.

Best wishes, Morgan, on your adventure in education and stay connected to your LJA ohana always!



February 27 - March 9 -MS/HS Spring Play

March 2 - Honolulu Family Fun Run

March 13 - CPK Fundraiser

March 25-29 - Spring Break

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