Imua ʻIolani


     Imua ʻIolani is ʻIolani School’s official student newspaper produced by students for students. Since 1923, Imua has provided the ʻIolani community with on-campus news, relatable content, and Imua provides students from grade 8th to 12th the opportunity to gain writing experience and work as a team in the newsroom.

     Imua strives to offer the ʻIolani community with timely, relevant news in its pursuit of giving a voice to the student body. Last year, in 2021, Imua was recognized in multiple categories at both the Hawaiʻi High School Journalism Awards (HHSJA) and the Hawaiʻi State Pele Awards (HSPA). Imua won fourth overall in the HHSJA, with first place in illustration and design along with multiple gold and silver medals at the HSPA. Notable awards included seniors Jenny Kim ’21 capturing gold medals in illustration and publication design (layout) and Lauren Ishikawa ’21 claiming silver in publication design (layout). If you are interested in joining please speak to your grade-level counselor to join the Newsroom class, or contact to join our club or become a freelance staff member.

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