Our Regional Heritage


Click on picture to enlarge.

Cadets of the William Warren School line up in this undated photo from the early 1900s. Founded in 1915, the school continued until 1924 at the 12-acre site at Alejandra Avenue and Old County Road (now El Camino Real) in Atherton. That year a new headmaster ended the military theme and changed the name to the Menlo School for Boys, on the site where Menlo School and Menlo College operate today. Photo courtesy of the Menlo Park Historical Association.

We can't do it without you.
Support local journalism.


Sorry, but further commenting on this topic has been closed.

Don't be the last to know

Get the latest headlines sent straight to your inbox every day.

Rose International Market reopening soon in Mountain View
By Elena Kadvany | 9 comments | 4,007 views

Eyes and the End of Life: Why Spend Time With the Dying?
By Aldis Petriceks | 2 comments | 1,635 views

Couples: Myth: You Can't Ask Your Partner to Change
By Chandrama Anderson | 2 comments | 1,352 views

Can Americans Be Green?
By Sherry Listgarten | 11 comments | 1,290 views

What should Menlo Park’s priorities be?
By Dana Hendrickson | 1 comment | 473 views