Category: News

UCSF YSC Comes to an End

Written By Wendy Ye Due to complications with funding, the UCSF Youth Steering Committee program ended abruptly after 20 years of serving young girls and their road to empowerment and strength. The news came...

Starlight Cruise Not As Bright

By Cody Tieu Galileo’s Boat Dance, “Starlight Cruise” satisfied the expectations of the Class of 2020, who hosted the dance, selling 270 tickets, which was held on March 16. While the officers for the...

Anonymous Instagram Harassment

By William Hubbert Recently several Galileo related Instagram pages were taken down due to rumors of harassment, including the bullying of several students. The Instagram pages posted transcripts of messages sent anonymously, and these...

Earthquake Drill 2/19

By Ailin Liang On Tuesday, February 19, Galileo had an earthquake drill at the beginning of 6th period. Since we had so few emergency drills last semester, the administration decided to have more drills...

Admin Locks Parking Lot Gate

Written by Kamieya Bynum The Galileo administration has decided to lock the parking lot gate everyday from 8:30 until the end of the school day in order to keep more students in class and give...

Lions Come Together For Club Day

A small number of Galileo clubs gathered in the Courtyard on August 31 during lunch time to recruit new members. While Galileo has over 30 clubs, only a fraction showed up for Club Day....

Senior Wins Drone Access and Scholarship

Senior Jason Ng used his passion for drones to get the Galileo administration to unlock the drones in school closet and win a scholarship in the process. Starting in December, Jason asked Galileo principal,...

Bye-Bye, Bai

After 9 years at Galileo, Bai Zhen is saying his goodbye as a Lion and will be off to Portland, Oregon, with his family after graduation. For the past 4 years, he has been...

Waving Wagner Goodbye

Beloved English teacher Ms. Wagner, who has worked at Galileo for 18 years and lived in San Francisco since 1998, has decided to teach internationally and is leaving Galileo after this year. She is...

Big Changes for Counseling Staff

The Galileo counseling staff will undergo a makeover for the next school year as the administration and counselors believe that the current arrangement in the counselor’s office could be made more practical, and useful...

Revamping Student Government Elections

Galileo’s Associated Student Body and class office positions have always been voted upon and elected. However, this year administration wants to try something new: to appoint officers. One of the major reasons why they...

Galileo Teachers Take On Student Essays

Every school year Galileo English teachers, spend time reading and grading the IWA (Integrated Writing Assessment), a SFUSD mandated assignment all 9th and 10th graders take. However, the Galileo administration decided that this year...