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Among the nine athletes and one team selected to be inducted into the Salinas Valley Sports Hall of Fame will be two Chieftains; Bob Burlison ’74 and Dave Esquer ’83. This fifth Salinas Hall of Fame class will be inducted on August 26, 2017, at the Storm Center in Salinas. READ MORE
Students in Mrs. Lei Sun’s Chinese class spent a fun day in San Francisco’s Chinatown. The trip provided insight into Chinese culture and was an opportunity to celebrate Chinese new year. READ MORE
Palma football fans will enjoy this story by Champ Robinson in the Salinas Californian.
Mrs. Sun’s Chinese class celebrated Mr. Maas’ and Mike Mercurio’s ’18 birthdays in Chinese class on January 13th. The class sang the birthday song in Chinese and enjoyed snacks and Chinese Pu ER tea while Chinese New Year music filled the room.
(VIDEO) Michael Carrizosa '13 — One of the Nation's Top Ten College Punters. In the video Michael gives a huge THANK YOU to our own Doug Saucedo.
The Palma School Freshmen Basketball team was crowned champion of the Frosh-Soph level at the Basketball Tournament held December 27-30, 2016 in Watsonville. The Chieftains overtook Scotts Valley HS 56-51, Aptos HS 46-36 and in the championship game beat Salinas HS 63-54. READ MORE
Emilio Martinez ’17 Named Offensive Player of the Year by the Monterey Herald. Also receiving mention for his performance in 2016 is Drew Dalman ’17 for his not allowing a sack this season on offense while remaining a punisher on defense earning Gabilan Division Player of the Year honors and an invite to play at Stanford next season. READ MORE
JohnAngelo Pezzini ’14 was among a group of students, faculty and industry members who traveled to Belize to install solar panels at San Pedro Roman Catholic School. The project was coordinated through Calpoly SLO’s Construction Management School. READ MORE
Palma School students, parents, faculty members and alumni delivered a busload of food to Casa de la Cultura in Pajaro. Casa de la Cultura provides food and gifts for farmworker families from around the Central Coast. READ MORE
Johnny Oliverio ’69 lost his life suddenly in November 2016. Johnny was a devoted husband and father and had been a dedicated member of the Palma community for decades. READ MORE
Palma School is fully accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).