Author: Dustin Zhou

Dustin’s Missed Opportunities

Dustin’s Missed Opportunities

The past four years at Galileo High School for me have had both highs and lows, from meeting new friends learning new curriculum, finding my passion, etc. Looking back at all these things there...

Varsity Football Coach Mark Huynh Resigns

By Kevin S. After 10 years at the varsity level, bringing three city championships, one NorCal championship, and one state championship to Galileo, coach Mark Huynh has decided to step down as the varsity...

Students Studying Out of State

Some Galileo seniors will be staying home for college, others will be scattered around the Bay Area for college, a few may head down to Southern California but the rare Galileo seniors will brave...

Best Dressed Males at Prom

By Matthew T. Galileo’s prom gave the senior lions a chance to go all out for their last dance. Many students spent over $500 for their prom outfits in order to stand out from...

The Life of Leo Like a 100 Dollar Bill

The Life of Leo Like a 100 Dollar Bill

By Leo D. Two City Championships, a state championship, unforgettable memories, and unbreakable bonds: these are the results of my 4 years of being an athlete at Galileo. From the first day of school...

Lions All City

After spectacular seasons in their prospective sports, these Galileo athletes were named  2018-2019 All City players, chosen for their excellence on the field or court. *The All City lists for the spring sports of...

Seniors vs Staff Basketball Game

By: Matthew T. The Galileo staff continued their undefeated streak over the last 10 years in the annual staff vs seniors basketball game on Monday, May 20th, as the staff cruised to a 55-42...

Lionesses Defend Championship

By: Leo D. In dominating fashion, the Galileo flag football team repeated as the AAA champions, beating the Balboa Buccaneers  (12-0) on Saturday, April 20th. Not only does the win give the team a...

Lineman to Strongman

By Leo L. Looking to continue his athletic career, All City Varsity football offensive lineman, senior Thomas Santos, has been pushing himself to his physical limit, in the weight room. While one day Thomas...

2019-2020 ASB Candidates

Galileo ASB officers are responsible for planning out activities and events to help bring the school community together. Officers need to be dedicated, passionate and role models for the student body. The following is...

Badminton Making Playoff Push

By Kevin S. Coming off a tough loss to Lincoln last Thursday, the Galileo Lions badminton team(2-3) was looking to bounce back, as they faced off against the Academy Wolves (2-4) in a battle...

Marine Biology Continues Film Festival Tradition

By: Matthew T. For the 16th straight year, Galileo’s Marine Biology Pathway attended the International Ocean Film Festival at the Fort Mason Art Institute on March 7. Marine Biology teacher, Ms. Franzen, has attended...

Lions Baseball Roughed Up

By Kevin S. After three consecutive rainouts to begin the season, the Galileo baseball team were looking for a strong start, but unfortunately, they lost their first 2 games by mercy rule (being down...

Recent Alumni Return to Coach

By Matthew T. Three former students from Galileo’s class of 2018 returned this year to help coach on team’s they had just played on the year before. All 3 coaches wanted to come back...

Flag Starts Title Defense Strong

By: Leo D. The Galileo Lionesses flag football started off the season with narrow 8-6 victory against the Lincoln Mustangs on Friday, March 1st. Showing off their championship caliber defense from last year, the...