Nisha McNealis

    Committee to recommend computer science graduation requirement

    Growing up in the heart of Silicon Valley, technology is deeply ingrained in the lives of Palo Alto High School students. But in the coming years, computer science may begin to play an even more prominent role in the lives of Paly students as the Computer Science Pk-12 Curriculum Design Advisory Committee works towards making programming a graduation requirement.

    Paly sports then and now

    While much has changed in the world of sports over the past 60 years, many aspects of Palo Alto High School athletics remain the same. The Paly Voice explored the Paly Journalism Archive to create a series of then-and-now pictures of 10 Paly sports ranging from the 1950s to today.

    Spirit Week Day One results

    After the first day of Palo Alto High School's annual Spirit Week, the seniors are in the lead with 2,400 points. The juniors are close behind with a score of 2,200 points, and sophomores and freshmen are trailing with 1,500 and 1,300 points respectively.

    Work experience teacher to retire after 45 years

    From the outside, Meredith Gyves and Jack Phillips look as though they have been good friends for a long while. They laugh and tease each other as old friends do, while reminiscing about Palo Alto High School back in the 1960s. Although Paly is where they met, their relationship did not begin as a friendship, but rather as a student-teacher relationship. Gyves was a high school student, and Phillips was her English teacher senior year.