Aloha, President Obama. Do You Have a Hall Pass?

What do actress Kelly Preston, teen golf phenom Michelle Wie, AOL founder Steve Case and Senator Barack Obama have in common? They all attended the Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii. Founded in 1841 to educate the kids of missionaries, Punahou is one of the largest private schools in the United States, with 3,750 coed students, kindergarten through 12th grade.

Other famous alums include two members of the Kingston Trio, eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, professional football and baseball players, artists, Broadway producers and a whopping 28 Olympians, including Buster Crabbe. What can account for such a spectacular pool of graduates? Maybe there's something in the water. "Ka Punahou" means "new spring" in Hawaiian.