Galileo Press

What Happened to JROTC?

By Cybastian Dilinila, Jasper Salayog, Antonio Harocasco, Kamieya Bynum Due to funding issues and a lack of student interest, the JROTC program was canceled last year after being at Galileo for over 15 years....

PTA Social was a Pop!

By: Wendy Ye and Albert Lam The PTA held an elegant and eventful fundraiser at the South Beach Yacht Club on November 1st. The event consisted of popping a balloon for $20, with a...

Galileo Welcomes a New Dean!

Seeking new challenges and an opportunity to learn new things, former counselor, Mr. Amador, accepted the position of dean at Galileo near the beginning of the school year, after former Dean Frazier left for...

My First Experience With Fortnite

By JJ Liu You’ve probably heard of “Fortnite” somewhere in the past year since its release in July of 2017, whether it’ll be on social media, television, an advertisement, your friends, etc. At its peak...

ARK Club Spreading Positivity

Looking to spread school spirit and happiness, the ARK (Acts of Random Kindness) club hopes to make school “a less depressing place” Starting in 2017 by Galileo graduate Fiona Tsui, Galileo is one of...

Classroom Now Equipped for Emergencies

By, Dustin Z and Matthew T As a precaution In case of an emergency, Galileo’s administration has equipped every classroom with a lockdown kit and emergency backpack that can help a class survive for...

An Unexpected Art Collector

By William Hubbert and Gabriel Recinos Tirado While art collection can be an expensive hobby, Galileo substitute, Mr. Nikas, has found it incredibly rewarding. Mr. Nikas has an art collection of around 2,200 different...

AP Classes: The Good & Bad

  With the opportunity of taking multiple AP classes at the same time, some seniors and juniors believe its worth whatever difficulties they face for the opportunity to get ahead. AP (advanced placement) classes...

Mr. Mendoza – Love of Soccer

Ever since he was five, soccer has played a huge part in P.E teacher, Mr. Mendoza’s life. He first started playing soccer because his older brother also played, but Mr. Mendoza became passionate about...

Food Fest Flusters

With a new ticketing system, Galileo’s administration was hoping to have a solution to students handling money during food fests. However, with most students not purchasing tickets ahead of time for the annual Oktoberfest...

Food Fest 2018

By Antonio Harocasco Galileo’s first Food Fest of the year had a huge turn out. Food Fest is a fantastic way to get to know people and raise funding for our local clubs.