the Paly Voice


  • Senior competes at World Mountain Running Championships in Italy

    Palo Alto High School senior Lucas Matison represented the United States Mountain Ultra Trail national team at the Junior Mountain Running Championships in Casette di Massa, Italy. His 18th place during the competition ranks him as one of the fastest mountain runners in his age group in the world.

    (Paly senior Lucas Matison makes his way up a mountain during the World Mountain Running Championships in Italy last week. Matison finished in 18th place out of 70 competitors in the 16-19 year old age group. Photo by Richard Bolt).
  • Paly alumna signs with prestigious ballet company

    Recent Palo Alto High School graduate has signed with the Joffrey Ballet. Read more to learn about her journey to a professional career.

    Jennifer Wang dances a pas de deux in the City Ballet of San Francisco's Spring Showcase 2011. Photo by Alexander Reneff-Olson.
  • Custom Craze

    From tie-dyeing T-shirts to designing clothing to dye for, as technology continues to advance, it has become easier than ever to make customized attire to promote and unify groups.

    Palo Alto High School students show off their custom clothing during Club Day.  “Wearing custom clothing makes your club or team look more legitimate and improves your overall swag,” junior James Wang said. Photos by Jeanette Wong.
  • Review: Gelataio brings a taste of Italy to downtown

    Although slightly off the beaten path of University Ave, Gelataio’s modern flair and unique spin on gelato makes it worth the extra trek to the end of Lytton Ave near the train station.

  • The speeches that didn’t make it, Class of 2014

    The Paly Voice acquired the following speeches from their authors, who wrote the speeches with the intention of delivering them at graduation, but were not selected to present. Read on to view speeches from the Class of 2014 that could have been given.

    Students of the graduating class of 2014 toss their caps into the air after the graduation ceremony Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Molly Fogarty.
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