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Palma Junior Sam Stoutenborough has garnered a lot of attention on the pitcher’s mound. So much so, that eight NCAA Division I baseball programs have expressed interest in the right hander. READ MORE
Coach Jeff Carnazzo ’85 is one win away from reaching a noteworthy 150 wins. Read about it in the Salinas Californian article written by Glenn Cravens. READ MORE
Several members of Palma School’s Junior High soccer team were invited by MLS’s California Earthquakes to provide assistance during the game on Friday, Aug. 19. The Chieftains acted as “Ball Kids” during the game and were able to get up close to the professionals for a fun and inspiring evening. READ MORE
In addition to building dozens of homes on Tijuana, Mexico, Palma School has “immersed” in Peru for four years. On each trip, students and faculty/staff/parents enjoyed a graduated experience of solidarity with those on the margins and in care for creation. READ MORE
Fall Football Preview
Chieftain football fans: check out this prep report in the Monterey Herald.
Palma Junior High students will be on the field with the San Jose Earthquakes during the game on Friday, August 19. Chieftains will help out with warm ups, act as ball boys during the game and get a chance to take picture with the players. The game will be televised so tune in and look for your fellow Chieftains.
2016 Palma alums Matthew Gastello and Liam McMillin, along with Notre Dame alum Gabrielle “Ellie” Milanesa, finished their first summer training at the US Military Academy, West Point. They remain in our prayers as they begin their fall semester.
Palma principal David Sullivan, surrounded by juniors and seniors, welcomes students back to campus on the first day of the 2016-2017 school year. Get ready for another great Chieftain year! Photo courtesy of Mr. Beesley.
Palma faculty (l to r): Mr. Micheletti, Mr. Giammanco, Mr. Beesley, Mr. Viarengo and Ms. Tonkin learn the latest CPR techniques while Mr. Koster, Mr. O’Brien and Mr. Martinez await their lesson. Re-certification takes place before each school year for Palma faculty and staff. READ MORE
Palma School is fully accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).