SENIOR CLASS TRADITIONS
The Wednesday before Labor Day proved to be exceptionally thrilling for the Class of 2023. They embarked on a memorable journey to Camp Erdman, on the North Shore, where they enjoyed three days and two nights of Senior Camp. This cherished tradition has been a hallmark of Mid-Pacific for over 31 years, serving as a unifying experience for the senior class as they commence their final year on campus. Among the most beloved customs of Senior Camp is the tradition of coming together to witness the sunset on the final night.
HIGH SCHOOL PICNIC
Students in grades 9-12 gathered at Kapi‘olani Park to participate in friendly competition, where they showcased their talents, teamwork, and class spirit. The class tug-of-war competition is a cherished high school tradition.
Kate Bartholomees ’24 and Sophia Smith ’25 are part of the first rowing crew from Hawai‘i in over 50 years to represent Hawai‘i on the mainland this fall as they compete in the prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston, MA. They will travel with eight other girls from high schools across the island to the world’s largest rowing competition in October.