Galileo Academy’s yearbook, the Telescope, is published once per school year by students in a classroom setting. Printed in color, the Telescope has roughly 200 pages of content which includes student & staff portraits, student life activities, academics, clubs & organizations, sports, and miscellaneous feature stories. This publication is financially self-sustaining through sales.
Galileo Academy’s newspaper has been in print since 1923, two years after the school opened. Named after Galileo Galilee’s other famed scientific instrument, the pendulum, this journalistic endeavor is published multiple times each semester by students in a classroom setting with freelance opportunities from others. The Pendulum serves as a communicative vehicle to a Galileo community that includes students, parents, faculty, and alumni. This publication is financially self-sustaining through advertisements and donations.