"Muni or bust" has been the motto of the Palo Alto High School baseball team (25-6, 13-1) this season. After clinching the De Anza League title and winning the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League championship against the Mountain View High School Spartans (19-11-1, 8-6), Paly looks to break the “first seed curse” and advance past the first round of the Central Coast Section playoffs in the open division against the Archbishop Mitty High School Monarchs (15-12-1, 4-9-1) and begin the journey to the top of CCS to play at the San Jose Municipal Stadium.
It's no secret that the students of Palo Alto High School have been eagerly anticipating the opening of the new gym and athletic facilities since its announcement. Unfortunately, delays have plagued the construction of the multi-million dollar facility since its start. According to project managers, the new facility is scheduled to open on July 21st, in time for the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year.
Just as Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education members are preparing to vote tonight on a long-term weighted GPA reporting practice, administrators say it is too early to say whether course selection data for the 2017-2018 school year demonstrate a general trend related to requests for weighted courses.