Author: Jeremy Lee

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...

My Experience with Bullying

A special editorial submitted to Galileo Press from an anonymous student. It all began in a summer program called “Aim High”: a program that prepares middle school students for “academic and enrichment opportunities… for...

Mr. Seligson Wins NFTE Teacher of The Year

Galileo Economics and American Democracy teacher Mr. Walker Seligson has been chosen as the Bay Area teacher of the year for NFTE (Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship). For winning, Mr. Seligson earned a free trip to New York to take part in the NFTE Global Showcase on March 23rd, which celebrates both students and teachers who are taking part in the NFTE programs at their schools.

Galileo Girls Soccer Team

By Raine B. Although over half of last year’s girls Galileo soccer team graduated & the team has a brand new coach, expectations are still high as they expect to go back to the...

Trending Now: Adidas Yeezys

By Raine B. I love Kanye may be the title of a song, but it must be true based on the popularity of the “Yeezys”, Kanye West’s brand of athletic shoes manufactured by Adidas....

Farewell Madame Lebiavant

by Jessie Jiang A devoted French Teacher at Galileo for more than ten years (who retired four years ago), Madame Denise Lebiavant lost her fight with cancer in early January 2016. She will be...

Lunch Rip-off?

By Ahmed Elmahy and Elvis Lau Knowing that they will remain the go-to destinations of students’ meals, the biggest diners located around Galileo have once again raised the prices of their products for the...

Girls Golf Earns First Victory

By Gordon Zhu Despite having only one returning player, the Galileo Girl’s Golf Team defeated Marshall High School in their first match of the season at Golden Gate Park on September 2. The inexperienced...

Captivated by Galileo

By Andy Cen & Johnny Ha During his first visit to Galileo last summer, Mr. Sebastian Honnef fell in love with the architecture, diversity, and location of the school. Previously teaching at John Liechty...