School Life


Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony

May 21, 2021 Aloha ULS Community, The graduation ceremony for the Seniors of the Class of 2021 will be today, Friday, May 21, 2021.  We invite you — students, families, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the University Laboratory School — to attend virtually through the live stream of the 

School In-Service – Monday, April 19 (No school)

This is a reminder that there is NO SCHOOL for all students in grades K-12 on MONDAY, APRIL 19, 2021 due to our school in-service day.

GOOD FRIDAY Holiday (No School)

FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 2021 – GOOD FRIDAY Holiday (No School)

Kuhio Day Holiday -FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2021

FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2021 – Kuhio Day Holiday (No School)

Jr. Bows! Welcome Back To Our ULS Campus!

Jr. Bows! Welcome Back To Our ULS Campus! We are so very happy and excited to welcome our ULS students and faculty back to our ULS Campus! We hope students will be happy seeing your classmates in person and being together as best we can! We remind everyone to: -Wear 

Sideline Store March Promotion!

Please see below for our next flash sale! This sale will start on 3/15 and end on 3/16 at 11:59 pm EST. We are offering 20% off EVERYTHING, no minimum order required. Click here: to visit the ULS SIDELINE STORE

Spring Break: March 15-19, 2021

Spring Break- No school. Please have a wonderful and safe spring break starting Monday, March 15 through Friday, March 19, 2021!

ULS to continue distance learning in Spring 2021

ULS will continue distance learning in the Spring 2021 semester.  

Have a safe and happy holiday season!

Have a safe and happy holiday season. Best wishes in the New Year!

Message from the ULS Foundation- Annual Appeal

ULS Foundation Letter 2020-2021 November 19, 2020 Aloha ULS Ohana, I hope this finds you in good health and spirits. This year has been in a word challenging; With the COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent economic turbulence, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for everyone, and 

Support ULS! Booster Club Zippy’s Sale!

The ULS Booster Club is fundraising for the University Laboratory School. Please consider purchasing a $9.00 Zippy’s ticket valid for one of the following: Zippy’s Chili (1.5 lbs, original, vegetarian or no-bean) Portuguese Bean Soup (1.5lbs) Meat Sauce (1.5lbs) Pre-order: 

Times- Shop and Score

Shop and Score Flyer University  


2021 Senior Aloha Virtual Awards Program

The University Laboratory School invites you to watch the 2021 Senior Aloha Virtual Awards Program below, which was held on the evening of May 20, 2021.  

Congratulations Art Teachers & Students

Congratulations to art teachers Ashley Katamoto and Marci Franklin and their art students who were chosen to be in the Youth Art Month exhibit hosted by Hawaii Art Education Association. “This show is a celebration of artworks that most inspired and uplifted our spirits as art teachers.  This group is 

Congratulations to Erika Moritsugu- AAPI senior liaison to U.S. President Biden

Congratulations to Erika Moritsugu, University Laboratory School alumna, who was appointed Asian American and Pacific Islander senior liaison to U.S. President Biden.  Along with serving as AAPI senior liaison, Moritsugu was also appointed as deputy assistant to the president. News articles:

Congratulations Mr. Doi!

ULS long-time ceramics instructor, Mr. Doug Doi, is being showcased in the art exhibit entitled, “The Alphabet, Nighttime and Cigarette Butts.” Please view the flyer for details on the exhibit and support Mr. Doi!

Congratulations ULS Science Olympiads!

Congratulations to our ULS Science Olympiads for earning several medals in multiple events at the Honolulu/Windward Regional Tournament last week. Because of their outstanding performance, the team qualified for the state tournament to be held in March and April. Under the guidance of science teacher, Ms. Seki-Wong, the students have 

Congratulations ULS Math Team!

Congratulations to our ULS Math Team for finishing in first place in the last math competition held in January. The mathletes worked hard to improve their standing in the O‘ahu mathematics league and continue to climb the leaderboard. We wish them and Mr. Kiraly continued success with the remaining math