Palo Alto High School’s Associated Student Body will debut a new kickball event during lunch this Friday at the lacrosse field.
The Palo Alto High School boys' water polo team (12-13, 8-6) looks toward a fresh start next year after a disappointing end to its season.
The Palo Alto High School water polo team (12-12, 8-5) will open their Central Coast Section (CCS) playoffs campaign against Saint Francis High School at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday at Los Altos High School.
The James Bond franchise has returned with another hit film, "Spectre." The film follows Bond's attempt to track down a foe from his past and take down a terrorist organization. Despite some issues with its plot, "Spectre" is a thrilling movie that all should go to see.
In an effort to get more high schoolers to participate in politics, a civic education project is offering an essay and a cartoon contest from which students can win prizes.
Palo Alto is often considered a safe, suburban environment that is geared towards bikers and bike safety. But with any small city, bike theft is still prevalent.
The Palo Alto High School boys' water polo team fell to Monta Vista High School on Senior Night at Gunn High School.
The Paly Voice documented Day Four of Palo Alto High School Spirit Week 2015. The classes participated in the Pool Ring game and the Name That Tune game.
The seniors continued their streak of success at the lunch rally today, Day Three of Palo Alto High School's Spirit Week, by winning first place over the juniors in the relay race.
The Palo Alto High School boy’s water polo team (10-10, 7-2) beat their crosstown rival Gunn High School (12-3, 4-1), 10-8, in an important and nail-biting game on Thursday at Gunn High School.