Walter Hays Elementary School 1525 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, CA94301 Hays Walter Elementary School, home of the Wildcats, is a feeder school to Jordan Junior High School and Palo Alto High…More School. Hays Walter School is part of the Palo Alto Unified School District. The school has high-quality playground areas and is next to a city park.
Jay Alan Jewelers 14 Town and Country Vlg, Palo Alto, CA94301 Jay Alan Jewelers has been in Palo Alto since 1966 and is located in Town & Country Village, across from Palo Alto…More High School and Stanford University. Jay Alan offers estate jewelry, as well as fine art, porcelains and other antiques. Watch repair is also available.
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.
Palo Alto Buddhist Temple 2751 Louis Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 Palo Alto Buddhist Temple holds Sunday services as well as many events held throughout the year. Their dharma…More teachings are rooted in Shin Buddhism, which means "to live in the midst of an ordinary life, meaningfully and gratefully, transformed and empowered by the heart of Buddha's boundless compassion and wisdom." Affiliated organizations include a choir, a Buddhist Women's Association, Taiko drumming and the Dharma School for children, which teaches the Jodo Shinshu teachings to students from preschool to high school.
Cold Stone Creamery 9 Town and Country Vlg, Palo Alto, CA94301 Cold Stone Creamery's Palo Alto location is in Town & Country Village, across from Palo Alto High School and…More Stanford University. Fun ice cream flavors are mixed with your choice of toppings on a cold stone counter to create your own unique treat. One fun flavor is the summer picnic pie-flavored ice creams and ice cream pies. For a healthier treat, smoothies are also available.
The Coin Broker 91 Town and Country Vlg, Palo Alto, CA94301 Opened in Palo Alto in 1980 by Jim Beer, the Coin Broker is a full service coin shop located in Town & Country…More Village on Embarcadero Road, across from Palo Alto High School and Stanford University. The Coin Broker offers rare coins, currency, precious metals and stamps from all over the globe and likewise, attracts stamp and coin collectors from all over the world. Stamp and coin collection supplies are also available for the budding collector.
Jamba Juice 69 Town and Country Vlg, Palo Alto, CA94301 One of Palo Alto's Jamba Juice stores can be found in Town and Country Village at the corner of Embarcadero and El…More Camino roads across from Palo Alto High School and Stanford University. Fruity or creamy smoothies are available with a selection of optional healthy "boosts" of natural vitamins and minerals. Jamba Juice also offers a selection of sandwiches, healthy snacks and organic oatmeals.
These offices are ground central for Palo Alto's nationally-recognized school system. In addition to housing PTA…More meetings, these offices are home to the Superitendent, Central Attendance, Human Resources and other important offices.
Founded in 1893, the Palo Alto school system now houses 11,000 students and 641 teachers. Palo Alto's two high schools boast an outstanding 95% graduation rate compared to the 80.2% state average and 81.9% in greater Santa Clara County.
Remarkably, 74.8% of graduating high school students have taken UC/CSU-required courses compared to only 33.9% statewide and 47.6% in the county.
The system is in the middle of an exciting and important phase of expansion and modernization, following the passage of a $378 million bond in 2008. These plans include new and modernized classrooms, installation of interactive whiteboards and upgraded athletic and theatrical facilities.
Select Physical Therapy 454 Forest Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Select Physical Therapy offers physical therapy services in Palo Alto. Select also offers physical therapy and…More athletic training services to professional sports teams, colleges, universities and high schools. This office offers a variety of core services and specialties including neurological rehabilitation, lower back rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation and more.
The Learning Center 459 Kingsley Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 The Learning Center provides a high-quality educational environment for children ages six months to five years. Its…More focus is on creating a nurturing and safe place where children can grow. The school is located within the First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto. The Learning Center creates a strong educational environment for children of any gender, race, religious affiliation or nationality.