By Victor Ortiz, Staff Writer
Galileo High school was recently named one of the most “beautiful” high school campuses in California by the company, Aceable, on Twitter. According to the article, what puts Galileo above the majority of California schools is it’s unique architecture, and the observatory, which not many other schools have. Including an open courtyard, and a nice view of the field and pier, Galileo clocks in at number thirty-three in the top forty most beautiful schools of California.
The school’s look is appreciated by students and staff for having such nice aesthetics. Dr. Reimer, who retweeted the article, stated “I was thrilled when I double checked the article to see that we had come in at number 33, so that was great, Galileo is the one of the only or the few high schools not the only that has an observatory.” Varsity Volleyball player Erica Fong also commented, “I like the courtyard. It’s my favorite, especially on a sunny day. It’s really nice, especially when we have activities”
One of the students Corina