Parent's Blog

  • Palma Golf Tournament Logo 2016

    37th Annual Golf Tournament Approaching

    Posted April 28

    On Friday, April 29, Palma will host its 37th Annual Golf Tournament, to benefit Palma Athletics. Long-standing traditions like the Annual Golf Tournament hold a special place in the Palma community. They are what bind us to the past and allow us to look forward to the future. Please consider joining us at the beautiful Corral de Tierra Country Club for this very special event. Details can be found at 2016 Golf Tournament Registration Form or, in the Palma Newsletter, or the Palma Athletics Office. If you have any questions or would like to request more details, please contact event coordinator, Mr. Paul Castagnetto, at (831) 753-9558 or email

  • Palma Summer School 2016

    Palma Co-Ed Summer School Classes Begin June 13

    Posted April 28

    Do you want to accelerate in math or foreign language? Do you need to bring up a previous semester grade? Do you want to keep your academic skills sharp for next year? Palma offers a well-designed, diverse, and challenging curriculum that is intended to prepare students to excel across all disciplines and is excited to offer co-ed courses open to all students this summer. Don’t miss this chance to experience the Palma difference. Call 422-6391 or to register. Summer school classes run June 13 to July 15.

  • Palma’s Summer Enrichment Program, IM2 Begins on June 13

    Posted April 28

    Impressive Minds, Impressive Moves: IM2 is Palma School’s co-ed summer enrichment program for children grades five through twelve. The program offers a variety of activities from outdoor field and gym sports to cooking, academic reviews, music, ceramics, nutrition and iPad skills. Classes are offered in 5th-6th grade, 7th-8th grade and 9th-12th grade segments in two sessions: Session I is June 13-17 and Session II is June 20-24. Check for IM2 details.

  • SQ3R Registration 2016

    SQ3R Summer 2016 Tutoring

    Posted April 28

    SQ3R is a reading comprehension method that helps students learn how to find key information and organize it to enhance understanding and retention. Palma's Education Resource Specialist, Mr. Arnold Mass, is offering this effective reading strategy to boys and girls in grades 7 through 12.

  • Palma School Stefano Pezzini

    Stefano Pezzini ’16 Earns CCS-ADA Scholarship

    Posted April 28

    Palma senior Stefano Pezzini is the embodiment of a Chieftain. His three-varsity-sport adeptness (football, soccer, track), although extremely impressive, pales in comparison to his academic achievements and hundreds of hours of volunteer service through Palma School and the Salvation Army.

  • 2016 Sober Grad Night Flyer

    2016 Palma/Notre Dame Sober Grad Night

    Posted April 22

    SOBER GRAD NIGHT will be held on Sunday, June 5th from 7:00pm-5:00am. The time has come to send our graduating seniors off to a fun-filled, safe and sober evening following their graduation ceremonies.

  • Palma School Jack Richardson CCS 2016

    Jack Richardson Honored at CCS Breakfast

    Posted April 20

    Palma senior Jack Richardson was an honoree at the Central Coast Section Scholar-Athlete Breakfast held on April 19th.

  • Community and Character

    Posted April 15

    Palma School class of 2018 assembled in the MPB to recite original works they penned about community and character. Salinas Police Chief Kelly McMillin opened the event with an inspiring talk about what it means to have character.

  • Palma Symphonic Band Strikes the Right Chord

    Posted April 14

    The Palma Symphonic Band, under the direction of Stephen Uccello, placed first at the Heritage Music Festival in Anaheim, California, on April 8th.

  • Palma School Jamaree Bouyea 2016

    Jamaree Bouyea’17 Named Monterey County Player of the Year

    Posted April 13

    Congratulations to Jamaree Bouyea ’17 for being named Monterey County Player of the Year.