The Palo Alto High School volleyball team is celebrating an impressive overall record of 23-11 and a successful season, which ended after a loss to the Turlock High School Bull Dogs (28-12, 10-2) in the first round of the States competition.
Palo Alto High School students joined others from around the bay area in a peaceful demonstration Tuesday afternoon at downtown Palo Alto. The Paly Voice asked students why they decided to attend the march.
California's public schools will provide diverse options for elementary level students seeking proficiency in the English language after a proposition removing the mandate of exclusively English education was passed on the state ballot last week.
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.
Can the junior class beat the tropical heat? Will the Roman armies of the senior class reign victorious? Tomorrow, Palo Alto High School students will dawn all their salad dressing garb and compete in a tug-of-war tournament during the second day of Spirit Week.
A few days after their first league loss of the season, the Palo Alto High School volleyball team (15-7, 8-1) defeated the Gunn High School Titans (14-12, 8-1) in three nail-biting sets Friday night in the Gunn gym.
After experiencing problems with student drinking at a home football game two weeks ago, Palo Alto High School administrators tonight instituted a new check-in system at the entrance to home football games.
The Vikings volleyball team is working to build a dominant team with strong chemistry that will overcome the challenge of replacing last year's graduates and that will aspire to improve upon prior results.