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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.

2018 College Fair

By Cybastian Dilinila, Jasper Salayog, Max Miles V, Antonio Harocasco, Kamieya Bynum On October 17, 2018, Galileo students gathered in the court year for the annually college fair. 8 colleges from around the country,...

Homecoming Shift

By, Leo Dujardin  For the second year in a row, Galileo’s homecoming, “City of Stars”, ended up being  held at the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf on Saturday, October 13th. The ASB had originally planned...

In Times of An Earthquake Drill

San Francisco is situated on an area where it is extremely likely for students at Galileo Academy to experience an earthquake. Thus, students and faculty members must be prepared. On Thursday, October 18th, all...

Bright Future for Cross Country

Galileo’s Cross Country has gone from a Senior heavy team to a underclass dominant group. While they may not have the experience that previous teams had they’re still placing well, both girls and boys...

Students Flaunting Spirit

The week of Indigenous Peoples’ Day was Galileo Academy’s spirit week! Students (ranging from seniors to freshmen) exhibited school spirit by dressing up by the following themes each day during the week: Twin Day...

Mr. Braund – Cross country Champion

By, Dustin Zhou and Matthew Tu A 2x All American high school cross country runner, PE teacher, Mr. Braund,  received a full scholarship to Chico State for cross country where was ranked as one...

Ms. You – Unexpected Inspiration

Volunteering in San Quentin Prison for 2 years, English teacher Ms. You spent her afternoons teaching  English Literature to inmates while spending her mornings teaching at UC Berkeley. The idea of teaching in a...

Lions Football Fall to Rams

By Leo Dujardin In a rematch of last year’s historic Northern California 6A championship against Rio Vista at Galileo on September 15th, 2018, the Galileo varsity football team fell short of being Rio Vista...