the Paly Voice


  • Meet the quirky side of your ASB candidates

    The Paly Voice met with Associated Student Body candidates to find out quirky things about them.

  • Driverless or dangerous?

    Local tech giant Google, among other innovators, is working on an ambitious endeavor to transform the future of transportation: cars that can drive themselves. The Paly Voice talked with Google Vehicle Development Lead Jaime Waydo about the future of autonomous cars.

    Google employees prepare for a test drive in the parking lot of the Google headquarters in Mountain View. Photo by Jeanette Wong.
  • Students pilot study-abroad program

    This summer, 20 Palo Alto High School juniors will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the culture of a foreign country by participating in the school’s chapter of Global Glimpse, a newly piloted, leadership-oriented program.

    From left: Juniors Rebecca Sunnerås Jonsson, Claire Krugler and Eli Craveiro Frankel, all participants in the Global Glimpse program, set up a bake sale in downtown Palo Alto. Global Glimpse attendees are expected to fundraise in preparation for their trips to Latin American countries. Photo courtesy of Minyoung Kim.
  • What the heck-a is DECA?

    This year, a new club has risen to prominence at Palo Alto High School: DECA. Despite the club’s success, quite a few Paly students are unaware of what the club is actually about. The Paly Voice gets the scoop.

    Paly DECA members pose for a picture at the Silicon Valley DECA regional competition. Photo by Alice Zhao
  • Newly added classes off to good start after semester

    The Paly Voice interviews teachers and students after the first semester of the newly installed Early Childhood Development and Nanotechnology courses.

    Left: Junior Yael Moskowitz engages with preschool student during the Early Childhood Development Class. Right: Students interact in lab during the Nanotechnology class. Photos by Wesley Woo.
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