the Paly Voice


  • Student photographers offer alternative for senior portraits

    Due to a change in regulation for Palo Alto High School senior portraits this year, individuals can now submit their own photos, opening up a new industry for student photographers.

    Senior Will Dougall. "I just didn’t feel like it was right to make friends pay for pictures that should be free," Dougall said. Photo by Emma van der Veen.
  • Students, staff deal with limited parking

    With parking passes going into effect, many Palo Alto High School students and staff are unable to park on campus due to limited parking spots caused by both new and ongoing construction projects.

    Biology honors and Advanced Placement Environmental Science teacher Nicole Loomis prepares to leave after school on Sept. 2. Loomis encourages alternatives to driving to school such as biking, taking public transportation,, walking, or even carpooling as ways to avoid issues with limited parking. Photo by Morgan Keller.
  • Slideshow: Annual art fair floods community with color

    The 34th Palo Alto Festival of the Arts flooded downtown Palo Alto in color as hundreds of California artists convened for the annual event on Saturday and Sunday.

  • Slideshow: Not In Our Schools Week

    Palo Alto High School ASB hosted Not In Our Schools Week to recognize and appreciate students of all abilities, races, and beliefs. Daily awareness activities and presentations were available during brunch and lunch all throughout the week.

    Not in our Schools Week 2015
  • Slideshow: Youth Speaks Out anonymous art exhibit grand opening

    Palo Alto teens are giving the community a glimpse into their minds at the fourth annual Youth Speaks Out art exhibition, which held its grand opening last night at the Palo Alto Art Center.

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