Punahou School is an elite, pretentious, private, college preparatory school located in Honolulu. Punahou is one of the few schools in which it is required to be both rich and smart. The famous alumni list is longer than the limos in which their children come to school in. As soon as these kids get their driving permit, Mommy and Daddy pick them out a brand new Mercedes, BMW or Porsche to drive to school.
Some kids have body guards and the campus is always equipped with full time cops to watch out for their belongings.
"Do you want to go to Punahou?
Only if you want to sell your left nut Dad"
adj. A word to describe the rich, pretentious, and snobby
"Hahaha look they just got in for free because they dropped they're parents name. SO PUNAHOU."
"Is that girl a snobby, rich, Blair Waldorf type, who will end up at an Ivy College.
Yea, she's so Punahou"
A very good albiet expensive school. believe it or not we are not all rich, none of the kids have body guards, we have 2-3 off duty cops but they just walk around and stuff. 99 percent aren't snobby, don't drop names, and are actually really cool. We have a kick ass sports program which makes lots of people jealous and resentful. Also most kids drive crappy cheap cars. theres a few parents with bmw's or mercedes but most kids have regular sedans or trucks, honda's, toyotas and so on.
Wtf kind of dick posts those other definitions, they clearly dont know jack shit.
Dude punahou's awesome
yeah i know, theres tons of hot chicks and our sports teams rule!!
Pretentious high school in Honolulu, Hawaii, founded in 1841 through the discovery of a spring under a taro plant. Since then, parents have been paying over $13,000 to send their kids to this school and preparing them for "college"... yeah right.
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A school in Honolulu that prepares kids to be pretentious. Punahou encourages courses like: Name dropping 101, How can I spend my parents fortune, A sense of entitlement 500 and Modern Dance for athletes.
Some of the social ingrates graduating from this infamous school have broken the curse. Few and far between these students have been known to actually get a job that was deserved instead of the usual nepotism involved in everyday Punahou life.
I'd love for my child to go to Punahou but I don't want them to end up with poor social skills and a sense of entitlement.