the Paly Voice

Palo Alto High School, Palo Alto, CA
Monday, January 16, 2017


  • Stage tech: The unseen side of theater

    The bright lights, dazzling costumes, and vivid sets part of every theater production are essential in transporting captivated audiences to other worlds in which dramatic stories, played out by Palo Alto High School’s talented actors and actresses, can seem life-like. But behind the scenes, students dressed in all black are busy making the whole production possible, and without them, the show would not go on.

  • Meet the captains of winter athletics

    As Palo Alto High School’s winter sports teams prepare for another exciting season following the winter break, The Paly Voice sat down with the elected captains of this years girls’ and boys’ soccer, basketball and wrestling teams for exclusive information on their positions and outlooks for the upcoming season.

  • Coffee Chats: College counselor Sandra Cernobori

    The Paly Voice sat down with College Counselor Sandra Cernobori last week, and discussed her interests and the path she took in becoming a part of the Palo Alto High School staff.

  • Little ones in the big leagues: Freshmen on winter varsity teams

    Palo Alto High School varsity sports are known for being competitive. Athletes who participate in varsity sports are often upperclassmen, though a few younger students are able to make the cut. Sometimes even freshmen get to compete at the varsity level. This winter, there are three.

    Freshman Grace Thayer ...... Photo: Emma van der Veen.
  • Verbatim: Vikings share motivations for attending peace march

    Palo Alto High School students joined others from around the bay area in a peaceful demonstration Tuesday afternoon at downtown Palo Alto. The Paly Voice asked students why they decided to attend the march.

  • Students react to California proposition results

    Californians face changes after citizens voted on a multitude of propositions on Nov. 8, along with the presidential, statewide and local elections.