Vacant seats abounded in third period classes yesterday as crowds of orange-clad students marched to the corner of Palo Alto High School in a 17-minute walkout sparked by national outrage against gun violence.
The season came to a close for the Palo Alto High School girls' basketball team (17-7, 11-1) yesterday as Carlmont High School (20-7, 8-4) beat the Vikings, 47-41, in the quarterfinals of the CIF Central Coast Section Division I tournament.
Following a strong league season, the Palo Alto High School girls’ basketball team (17-6, 11-1) prepares to face challenging teams in the California Interscholastic Federation Central Coast Section playoffs, a competition that the Vikings are eager to start.
Color coded scribbles or typed class notes earn community service hours for dozens of students through the Palo Alto High School note taking system, but few students are aware of why the program was established, where the notes go, or how they can access them.
Audience members at yesterday's Girls in STEM panel included computer science students from the Townley Grammar School in Bexleyheath, England, who visited the Media Arts Center to learn more about their area of study from women in the industry.
Sweeping the floor and claiming a victory, the Palo Alto High School girls' basketball team (9-5, 3-0) defeated Gunn High School (2-11, 0-4) during Paly's first matchup with the rivals in the Peery Family Center last Saturday.
After years of commutes to distant gyms even for home games, Palo Alto High School basketball players and fans will finally be able to experience a cross-town rivalry game against Gunn High School on Paly campus.