• 2015 Palma School Trey and Mindy Busch

    THANK YOU - Trey and Mindy Busch

    Posted November 24, 2015

    On Friday, November 20th, the Palma Family was proud to recognize Mindy and Trey Busch as Distinguished Honorees for Philanthropy for their generous support of Palma School over the years.

  • 2015 thank you donors Home for Holidays

    THANK YOU - 2015 Home for the Holidays

    Posted November 23, 2015

    Huge thanks to all who so generously contributed to make Home for the Holidays 2015 a success. From our generous sponsors & donors to our team of volunteers, parents & attendees, we could NOT have done it without each and every one of you! THANK YOU for your generosity!

  • 2015 Sophomore Class Acts Out Romeo and Juliet

    Palma Student Newspaper - Sophomore Class Acts Out Romeo and Juliet

    Posted November 25, 2015

    Every year, the sophomore class reads the famous Shakespearian tragedy Romeo and Juliet in their English class. This year, Mrs. Desantis’ English 2 Honors classes ventured beyond the usual cut-and-dry read in class approach that is used so often with English classes and Shakespeare’s works. Instead, honors students performed the tragedy in class and dramatically acted out the roles of the characters.

  • 2015 CCS Online Tickets


    Posted November 25, 2015

    2015 CCS Football - Buy Presale Tickets Online

  • Palma Student Newspaper - Basketball Season Begins

    Posted November 23, 2015

    ​The excitement has begun! The 2015-2016 Palma basketball season is here and the team has already completed its first week of practice. Last season, we saw this team travel through the league with ease, going undefeated, and holding every team well under fifty points. They are a defensive minded monster and have four out of their five starters from last year returning to the court this season.

  • 2015 Palma School Caulliflower

    Cauliflower is in our Future

    Posted November 20, 2015

    Palma School Intro to Salinas Valley Agriculture students were getting their hands dirty again; this time planting cauliflower transplants.

  • 2015 Palma School Shell Bone Writing

    Palma School Students Learn to Write Chinese

    Posted November 20, 2015

    Palma students, who are learning to speak Chinese, used traditional Chinese calligraphy to learn characters. They practiced Oracle Bone Script (shell bone writing) which is a set of brush-written ancient Chinese characters that have been found on oracle bones. The bones were either animal bones or turtle shells and were used for prophecy in Bronze Age China some 5,000 years ago.

  • Former Palma student Neil Fogel ’10 Neil Fogel

    Palma Alum Accepted at Georgetown Law School

    Posted November 20, 2015

    Former Palma student Neil Fogel ’10 has been accepted at Georgetown Law School. Fogel graduated from Grand Canyon University in 2015 which he attended on a swimming scholarship. He is currently working for the public defender in Flagstaff, AZ.

  • Palma Student Newspaper - Chieftains Beat Balers in Close Game

    Posted November 19, 2015

    Many consider the Cowboys to be our rival. In fact, there is even a rival week between the two schools. Last Friday night, another rival came down to challenge Palma on the field and the Chieftains triumphed over the Bailers.

  • 2015 Palma School Creative Writing Class with Jonathan Nasaw

    Jonathan Nasaw Visits Palma School

    Posted November 19, 2015

    On November 18th, famed author Jonathan Nasaw spoke to the Palma School Creative Writing class. Washington Post has called his novels "Superior thrillers" and Publishers Weekly cites his work a "a polished tongue in cheek thriller..."

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