This project would not be possible without the generous matching grant from the Brin Wojcicki Foundation. Check this website to keep up with this project as we now point our efforts to working with Veridian to create the Paly Journalism Digital Archive. AdvertisementsRead more "We have reached our fundraising goal! Thank you to everyone who donated!"
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There were two early Palo Alto Unified School District publications. The Gazette (1895) was published by the upper school and the Palo Alto Statement (1895) by the high school.Read more "The Statement and The Gazette"
This award-winning publication, founded in 1999, is Paly’s news and features magazine. Student journalists engage in longform story reporting investigating trends and issues that are important to students and the greater community. Read Verde Magazine Online. Verde Cover, 2000Read more "Verde"
The Madrono served as a combination news magazine, literary publication, and yearbook. In 1920, with the advent of The Campanile, it became the official school yearbook and was published annually.Read more "The Madrono"