Vividly-colored balloons and college gear were on full display as Palo Alto High School honored fourteen seniors who will continue playing their sports at the collegiate level, during a signing day ceremony in the Media Arts Center today.
Finding Palo Alto High School students playing volleyball on the quad may be surprising to outsiders, but veterans recognize the annual ASB intramural volleyball tournament as a Viking tradition. This year’s tournament will start next Monday.
The Palo Alto High School baseball team (17-3, 10-0) clinched the De Anza League (DAL) title versus the Los Gatos Wildcats (13-6-1, 6-4) while continuing its nine-game winning streak in a non-league matchup against the Leland High School Chargers (14-4-2, 5-1).
The Palo Alto baseball team (15-3, 9-0) looks to continue its undefeated season in the De Anza League against its toughest league opponent, the Los Gatos Wildcats (13-5-1, 6-3) and clinch the league title this Friday on the Paly baseball diamond at 4 p.m.
After taking a hard loss of 5-0 against Milpitas High School (9-1-1, 6-0) on Mar. 29, the Palo Alto High School softball team (5-3, 2-2) hopes to bounce back after a week-long break and take down its cross-town rival, the Gunn High School Titans (4-5, 2-1), at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Paly.
You may recognize its members from the halftime shows of Palo Alto High School football and basketball games, but the Paly dance team also has competitions of its own. This Friday and Saturday, the Vikings will compete at the United Spirit Association Nationals competition in Long Beach, CA.
The Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education is closer to a finalized decision about the content of student transcripts after Supt. Max McGee further explained his recommendation during a meeting Tuesday night at the board chambers at 25 Churchill Ave.