the Paly Voice


  • Students to voice opinions at student forum

    Student forum to be held at 7 p.m. this Thursday in the MAC. Students will be given the opportunity to voice their opinions on student climate issues to Superintendent Max McGee and Principal Kim Diorio.

    ASB President Claire Liu stands outside of the SAO. Liu and ASB have been advertising and publicizing the event for the past week. Photo by Chalres Yu
  • Representatives to speak about Middle College alternative learning

    Representatives from Foothill’s Middle College program will be in the College and Career Center to meet with interested sophomores tomorrow during lunch.

    Students of Middle College participate in activities designed to strengthen teamwork on a group field trip to Yosemite. Photo courtesy of Shira Pederson.
  • WASC team announces results of self-study report

    Palo Alto High School departments are strategizing after Western Association of Schools and Colleges Coordinator Emily Garrison released the results of Paly’s WASC Self-Study Report to the Site Council last Monday.

    Garrison and Caitlin Wolf organize materials in preparation for the WASC visit on March 1. Photo by Maya McNealis.
  • Former Secretary of Energy to kick off MAC Speaker series

    Former United States Secretary of Energy Steven Chu will speak about his experiences at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 25 in the Palo Alto High School Media Arts Center.

    This speaker event is first in the MAC’s Speaker Series.“There will be three more later this spring,” Wojcicki said. “We want to get students intellectually excited, bring the community together with great speakers at a low cost.”
  • ASB to host “all-inclusive” Sadie Hawkins dance

    Paly ASB is making efforts to break gender barriers and stereotypes with its upcoming Sadie Hawkins formal dance at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Small Gym.

    Olivia Scola asked Michael Pappas to the dance on the Quad. Her sign reads, "I'd be on could 9 if you came with me to Sadies." Photo by
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