Addison Kids' Club 650 Addison Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Part of Palo Alto Community Child Care, this particular Addison Kids' Club site is an after-school program for children…More in kindergarden through fifth grade, providing outdoor equipment such as basketball hoops and soccer goals, organized group games as well as teacher-lead projects such as painting, collaging, sewing and woodworking.
Stanford Women's Basketball 655 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 Boasting a talented roster year after year, the Cardinal annually wreak havoc in the NCAA…More Tournament. Head coach Tara VanDerveer has built a powerhouse in Palo Alto. Her teams wow crowds with athleticism and physical dominance. The Cardinal finished the 2009-10 season with a loss to Connecticut in the NCAA championship game.
Stanford Men's Basketball 641 Campus Dr, Stanford, CA94305 The Stanford team members sport red and white jerseys - the color of their mascot, the cardinal. Head Coach Johnny…More Dawkins counts on new recruits and returning players to help drive the team to victory and earn national rankings. The team plays its home games at the Maples Pavilion, a 7,233-seat space that was renovated in 2005.
Foot Locker 3225 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 This convenient El Camino Real location of the popular sporting goods chain carries one of the widest selections of shoe…More brands in the area. This Foot Locker also stocks a large selection of tech running and basketball shoes for more serious athletes. Merchandise includes shoes, clothing and accessories from name brands like Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Puma, Converse and Reebok. Don't miss the discounted merchandise at the in-store outlet.
Stanford Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation 341 Galvez St, Stanford, CA94305 The Arrillaga Center for Sports and Recreation (ACSR) sits in the middle of Stanford's renowned Physical Education,…More Recreation and Wellness facilities. Its 75,000 square feet boasts equipment-packed fitness rooms, three full-length basketball courts, seven squash courts, a climbing wall and expansive studios with high ceilings for the martial arts, fencing, yoga, intramural sports and other exercise programs available for Stanford affiliates. There isn't a pool at the gym but the Avery Aquatics Center is just a short walk down the path. Although there are no lockers at the ACSR, just a quick walk across the lawn will bring you to the Ford Center where there are lockers and showers available. Locker reservations can be made at the ACSR front desk.
Located within walking distance of Stanford University, the Stanford First Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of…More Latter-day Saints serves the University community as well as any interested visitors. The Stanford Latter-day Saint Student Association is a University-based organization affiliated with the Church.
The Church offers several services, including a recreational room that holds a full basketball court. Various events and dances can be held there as well.
The second story of the Church contains meeting rooms for a wide range of functions.
Palo Alto High School is one of two high schools in the Palo Alto Unified School District and has a longstanding…More reputation for academic exellence. The influence of cultural and economic hubs surrounding Palo Alto-namely Stanford University, Silicon Valley and San Francisco-has in part led to the growth of a highly diverse and educated community that places a tremendous value on learning.
The 1,836 students who attend Palo Alto High, or 'Paly,' come from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds. A major distinguishing feature of Paly's academic program is its Teacher Advisor (T.A.) Program. The teacher advisors offer weekly counseling sessions to students seeking academic, personal or career advice.
In addition to core academics, Paly offers a wealth of Honors and AP courses, including Calculus, US Foreign Policy, Environmental Science, Music Theory and Classic Literature.
Paly's athletic program is robust with football, baseball, basketball, water polo, golf and lacrosse programs.