the Paly Voice


  • Construction projects remain on schedule

    Palo Alto High School’s construction projects remain on schedule and will proceed throughout the school year. Click on the link to view inside pictures on the construction progress.

  • What’s new at Club Day?

    Looking to be more involved on campus, try something new and unique or just have a little extra fun in the 2015-16 school year? Here are some new clubs to join that debuted at the annual Club Fair at lunch yesterday.

  • How to stay organized for the new school year

    As the new Palo Alto High School 2015-16 school year unfolds, here are tips from peers on how to efficiently complete work and stay organized.

  • Friday’s Safe and Welcoming Day in numbers

    Over 34 percent of Palo Alto High School students were absent last Friday on “Drill Day,” a minimum day dedicated to prepare and remind students of school protocol, according to Attendance Secretary Karla Larson.

    Some classrooms were almost empty, as large number of students were absent during on Drill Day. Of the 34 students in a BC Calculus class, only 12 showed up. Photo by William Zhou.
  • Bay Area hotspots for Labor Day weekend

    It’s fun to go on a trip on Labor Day weekend, but for those of us stuck in the Bay Area here are a few fun cheap things to do!

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