Students

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, June 28

IAC Mtg

4:00 PM
PMJ Conf. Rm
Monday, July 4

Independence Day - SCHOOL CLOSED

Tuesday, July 12

Athletic Council Mtg

6:00 PM
Cislini Library MC
Friday, July 15

Palma Summer School Ends

Monday, July 18

Football: Varsity Camp: July 18-20

Thursday, July 21

CA Rodeo Week: July 21-24

Sunday, July 24

Parents' Day

Monday, July 25

Palma Athletics CLOSED: Palma July 25 - Aug. 3

Wednesday, August 10

Freshmen & New Jr. High Student Orientations w/CORE

8:00 AM
Gym/Classrooms

New Parents’ Orientation

8:00 AM

Student News

  • SQ3R Registration 2016

    SQ3R Summer 2016 Tutoring

    Posted June 21

    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 Lacrosse Players Named to MBL All-League Team

    Posted June 21

    Palma’s Gus Brigantino ’16 and Matthew Gastello ’16 were named to the MBL All-League team for their outstanding lacrosse play. READ MORE

  • Saldana '19 Takes First Place

    Matthew Saldana ’19 Tops Podium at 2016 Ft. Ord Circuit Race

    Posted June 16

    On Sunday, June 12, Palma Sophomore Matthew Saldana took first place in the Ft. Ord Circuit Race, part of the 2016 Central Coast Road Series bicycle races. READ MORE

  • Palma Brings Coaches and Players to Soccer Exhibition at Stanford

    Posted June 14

    On Monday, June 13, a group of high school boys from the Salinas area were invited to play the US U16 Boys’ National Team at Stanford University. The exhibition game, which was set up by Palma Alum Jaziel Rodrigues ’98, was devised for local coaches to collaborate and showcase their players’ skills in front of college scouts who were in attendance. READ MORE

  • Palma JH Pay Respects

    Palma’s 7th and 8th Graders Pay Their Respects

    Posted June 13

    “On this day, ten years ago, Cpl. Bernard Corpuz ’95 died for our country. It was an honor for the boys to commemorate his service and sacrifice at Arlington National Cemetery,” commented Palma instructor Victor Plata, who accompanied the Junior High School students on a trip to Washington DC.