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  • Alumni vs Current Students Basketball, November, 2014

    Calling All Alumni

    Posted January 23

    Help increase our alumni community by sharing your stories or submitting your news.

  • Open House Page 1

    Open House: January 25th, 2-4PM

    Posted January 15

    Join us for our second Open House, January 25, 2015 from 2pm-4pm.

  • Greg Pinizzotto

    Palma Graduate Serves in Guatemala Orphanage

    Posted January 12

    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.

  • Palma Gym Dedication

    Posted December 14

    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.

  • Gift Delivery to Center for Life

    Posted December 12

    Chieftains are gifted and their presents matter!

  • Palma School and Soledad Prison: Partnering in Hope

    Posted December 10

    "Crime and conscience, compassion, and community is news we can really use."

  • The 49ers Select Emilio Martinez as Player of Week

    Posted December 10

    Emilio Martinez of Palma High School displayed the incredible versatility it takes to be an effective running back during the Chieftains league matchup

  • Gym Dedication Ceremony | December 14

    Posted December 9

    You are invited to the dedication ceremony December 14th at 2pm.

  • New Baseball Head Coach at Palma

    Posted December 3

    Mr. Johnny Ramirez is the new Baseball Head Coach at Palma High School, a private, Catholic boys’ school for junior high and high school students.

  • Noah Bermea

    No Shave November

    Posted November 19

    Over 50 students and several teachers have joined men across the country to support the American Cancer Society’s No Shave November campaign.