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Paly then and now

Morgan Keller and Adrienne Kwok

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Since its opening in 1898, Palo Alto High School’s campus has undergone multiple transformations and seen the addition of several construction projects. Over the years, Paly has been a second home to thousands of high schoolers, though parts of the campus itself has changed through the generations.

However, a student walking around campus will still discover that parts of Paly have remained unchanged since its establishment over a century ago.

Below are comparisons of Paly’s campus and student body from the past to now, using pictures from old yearbooks.

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