Not many teams at Palo Alto High School can boast an undefeated record. Some teams are unable to even boast about having a winning record. The Paly girls’ soccer team, can proudly boast both of those things as they shut out Fremont High School (0-11-0) 5-0, in the last game of the regular season.
There are several constants at Paly that you can count on to occur throughout the year. The senior deck will get vandalized, administration will make a controversial decision that heavily affects students and the Palo Alto High School girls’ soccer team will dominate its competition.
After a riveting, 3-2, loss to Mountain View High School in the Central Coast Section championship match last season, the Palo Alto High School girls’ soccer team hopes to make another playoff run despite the loss of key seniors.
Before a packed and impassioned audience, the Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education during a lengthy meeting last night voted unanimously to include both weighted Grade Point Averages on mid-year reports to be sent to colleges for the current senior class.
The Palo Alto High School Vikings football team (3-5, 2-2) are fighting for a spot in the De Anza league playoffs after losing their homecoming game against the Los Gatos Wildcats (4-3, 3-0) 35-6 last night on the Paly football field.
The Palo Alto High School girls' golf team is looking to return to the Central Coast Section finals and the California Interscholastic Federation Championship with the help of rising freshmen and veteran players.
Students at Gunn High School are planning a sit-in protest at Tuesday night's school board meeting. The meeting will also address the topic of teacher salaries and the possible ratification of a landmark three-year contract that would involve multiple raises.