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Palma Sophomore, Saransh Rakshak, won two awards at the 2015 Monterey County Science and Engineering Fair on Sunday March 15.
“I came to this country at the age of 6 and started working in the fields when I was 8,” said Palma High Coach and Teacher, Francisco Cornejo, ... And when I wasn’t working, I would run.”
Students from Palma High and inmates at Soledad State Prison are unlikely collaborators on a book about male role models. Follow story here: http://www.ksbw.com/news/an-unlikely-collaboration-at-between-students-and-inmates/31708510.
Palma was 1 judge’s call away from being in the finals as one of Monterey County’s top 2 teams.
Palma’s cast of defense characters performed amazingly well, as every single one of them them was confident, loud, and knowledgeable on their role. With scores released today by the Monterey County Lyceum, Palma recorded a decisive victory against Salinas, currently putting the team in 1st place.
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Join us for our second Open House, January 25, 2015 from 2pm-4pm.
After graduating from Palma in 2008, Greg Pinizzotto attended Pepperdine where he received a degree in Theology. The Corral de Tierra resident explained that he wasn’t sure what he wanted to do when he left the university so he decided to sign on to teach English for ten months at the orphanage located in Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Read the full article here: Greg Pinizzotto - Off 68.
On Sunday, December 14, 2014, Palma School will dedicate its historic gymnasium to the memory of Steve C. Clayton, who suddenly passed away just over one year ago on December 8, 2013.
Chieftains are gifted and their presents matter!
Palma School is fully accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).