News Archive

2019

  • October

    Jerry Rice Presents G.O.A.T. Award To Head of School Tim Molak

    Hall of famer and former 49er Jerry Rice, made a special appearance at the Priory Golf Classic to honor and recognize Tim Molak with a G.O.A.T. (Greatest of all Time) Head of School award for his 30 years of service. 

    As we celebrate Tim Molak throughout the 2019-2020 academic year, there are several celebration events planned until his retirement in June 2020. Please visit the Celebrate Tim website for more details and also an opportunity to leave a special message for Tim!
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  • August

    Priorities Issue #72

    The latest issue of Priorities is now available to view!
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  • June

    Woodside Priory School Graduates 59th Class

    Woodside Priory School graduated 72 students on June 1st on the Father Christopher Field. Graduates from the Class of 2019 were accepted to more than 150 colleges and universities throughout the world and were offered more than $3.3 million in scholarships towards their college educations. Twelve students earned recognition by the National Merit Scholarship program. Twenty-five students from the graduating class have attended Priory since the sixth grade and are now members of the 7 Year Club and nine residential life students that resided in the dorms since the ninth grade are members of the Dorm 4 Year Club.

    Brian Schlaak, Head of the Upper School recommended the graduates to Head of School, Tim Molak, who presented them with their Priory diplomas.

    Additional photos can be viewed at: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmDZQKqg
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  • February

    Girls Basketball Captures Third CCS Championship in a Row

    On February 23, 2019 the Girls Basketball team defeated Notre Dame Salinas 60-37 to win the CCS Championship for the third year in a row. The team advances to the NorCal playoffs as the #6 seed in Div. III. The team will have home court advantage and take on #11 seed Selma on February 26th. Go Priory!
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