By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily
Obama's alleged kindergarten class (photo: Maui News)
While nearly 400,000 concerned citizens
demand President Obama present his elusive "long-form" birth
certificate, more than a dozen other documents remain unreleased or
otherwise blocked from the public eye.
Numerous documents which have yet to be surrendered include the following.
Obama kindergarten records
The Maui News reported
that Obama attended kindergarten at Noelani Elementary School on Oahu
during the school year 1966-67. It released a photo of two teachers,
Katherine Nakamoto and Aimee Yatsushiro, with five students. The
teachers claim one of the children is Barack Obama.
According to the Hawaii Department of Education, students must submit a birth certificate to register. Parents may bring a passport or student visa if the child is from a foreign country.
So far, no records have been released by the school. Noelani
Elementary School officials have not responded to WND's request for
Punahou School records
Though from a modest background, Obama began attending the prestigious Punahou School in Honolulu,
one of Hawaii's top private institutions. He reportedly received a
scholarship and attended the school from the fifth grade until he
finished high school, though no financial records have been released.
The Boston Globe reported, "In 1979, the year Obama graduated,
tuition for high school students at Punahou was $1,990, a sizable
expense compared with Hawaii's median family income of $22,750 that
Obama, reportedly a "B" student, studied among the island's
richest and most accomplished students. According to the school's
website, he also played forward on Punahou's 1979 state championship
Occidental College records
Obama arrived at Occidental College,
a small liberal arts school in Los Angeles, Calif., in the fall of
1979. He only briefly mentions the school in his 1995 memoir, "Dreams
from My Father."