Journalists from Palo Alto High School have more insight on reporting tragedies following a conversation with The Eagle Eye, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School's journalism publication, about the student journalists' unique experiences covering a devastating tragedy.
Palo Alto High School students will have the opportunity throughout this week to learn more about climate change and environmental sustainability during Earth Week, which will be hosted at lunch every day on the Quad.
With spring break approaching, some are left with only a day or two between vacations, homework and extracurriculars, making it difficult to decide how to spend that time. Here are five ideas on how to make that spare time as fun as possible.
The Office for Civil Rights for the Department of Education will be coming to Palo Alto High School on Thursday. According to a letter sent out by Interim Supt. Karen Hendricks, representatives will be present at both Palo Alto Unified School District high schools, as well as the district office.
Student sign-ups are now open for Palo Alto High School’s annual Service Day event, which will take place from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on April 23, a flex day. The event, organized by the Youth Community Service club, provides on and off campus volunteer opportunities for students to participate in.
On Day 6 of Palo Alto High School's Career Month speaker series Chief Executive Officer Peggy Chang, and Vice President Anthony Soohoo, discussed important skills they learned in school that helped them succeed.
Students continue to broaden their horizons on possible career paths as Day 4 of Palo Alto High School’s 2018 Career Month speaker series concludes, featuring speeches from attorney Marcia Perez and software engineer Michelangelo de Simone.
Day two of Palo Alto High School’s 2018 Career Month speaker series featured speeches from Eric Jensen and Sophie Tsang. Jensen is the chief executive officer of Palo Alto Foods and concurrent police officer, and Tsang is a real estate agent.