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Now that the project to build new classrooms at Los Altos High School is nearly finished, officials with the district are looking ahead to the next project at the school -- revamping the tennis courts. In the first week of June, crews are scheduled
May 7, 2013 Resident of San Jose, CA Sally Barbara Olson-Wallace died Sunday, May 5th, 2013 at her home in San Jose, Ca. Sally was born March 11th, 1952 in San Mateo, Ca. to her parents Barbara and Robert Olson. Graduated from Los Altos High School
In October, Los Altos High School marked its seventh annual Science and Technology Week -- held each year to both educate and inspire students by bringing speakers and real-world applications of technology to the school with which the teens can
that obsession of teenagers and staple of their nonchalant online exchanges -- have ignited parental protests and calls to rein in student journalists at Mountain View High School. The stories are overly explicit and inappropriate for a school
Photo For the past two years, Trevor Pruitt has been proud to help lead the Mountain View High School Spartans varsity football team to victory over the Los Altos High School Eagles in the district's annual Pride Bowl...That's because Pruitt was
FoxNews.com Los Angeles authorities are searching a local high school after a student overheard a peer saying it's loaded' in the school's bathroom, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department told Fox News. The Los Altos High School student reported the
Photo Construction of 24 new classrooms at Mountain View and Los Altos high schools is about halfway complete, according to Matt Hannigan, project manager for Kramer Project Development Co., the firm overseeing the project. "We are on schedule,"
Photos Immigration reform activist Jose Antonio Vargas spoke at to a near-capacity crowd at Los Altos High School last weekend, advocating for swift, comprehensive and fair changes to current U.S...Not Leaving," Vargas, a Pulitzer Prize-winning
To say that Talise Trevigne, the former cheerleader from Los Altos High School, is reaching the heights of the opera world is, well, an understatement. Starting Oct. 10, the soprano literally will fly as she sings, balanced on a wire 30 feet above
Photos As students at Mountain View and Los Altos high schools were busy adjusting to their new class schedules and evaluating each others' back-to-school outfits, their teachers were preoccupied with adjustments and evaluations of another kind.