The Class of 2018 celebrates college decision day, gives advice to incoming seniors

    Palo Alto High School's Class of 2018 participated in the tradition of wearing their future college shirts to celebrate selecting their future colleges on Tuesday, which was the deadline for commitment for most schools. Five seniors spoke to the Paly Voice about their decisions and gave advice to the Class of 2019, who will be applying to college in the fall. Click on the slideshow to see what they said.

    School prepares for March 14 walkout

    Students across the country and within the Palo Alto Unified School District are planning to participate in a national walkout on Wednesday. Scheduled at 10 a.m for 17 minutes — one minute for each person who died in last month's Parkland school shooting — the walkout will be in support of stricter gun control and school safety measures.

    Fire alarm raises safety concerns

    Yet another fire alarm occurred during fifth period on Wednesday at Palo Alto High School, raising concerns about school safety among Paly students in the wake of the Parkland school shooting on Feb. 14, where the shooter allegedly drew students out of class by pulling a fire alarm.

    Could the Parkland school shooting be the final straw?

    The response to the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where a disturbed man murdered 17 people, feels different. This surge in student-led activism is something new; something that could mark the end of the cynical passivity that has become the mindset of so many, and should serve as a call to action.

    Scenes from the Women’s March

    The second annual Women's March took place on Saturday, where people across the country gathered to march in support of women's rights. An estimated 100,000 people marched in San Francisco, where The Paly Voice talked to women and allies about why they chose to march.

    Fiery Arts glass sale celebrates the holiday season

    Parents and children alike "oohed and aahed" as they perused tables lined with gorgeous, intricate icicle ornaments, Christmas trees, acorns, and many other pieces of glass-blown art. The festivities were part of Palo Alto High School's seasonal Fiery Arts Sale, in which glassblowing students sell the artwork they have created during the year to raise money for the glass program.
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