Brahma Briefing

Week 18: Finals Week - December 13 - 16, 2021

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MONDAY - 12/13

TUESDAY - 12/14 - Finals 0, 3 & 6

  • V Girls Soccer vs La Habra Home 5:30 PM
  • JV Girls Soccer vs La Habra Home 3:30 PM
  • V Girls Basketball @ San Dimas Tournament tba

WEDNESDAY - 12/15 - Finals 1& 2

  • MINIMUM DAY - School Ends at 12:19 PM
  • V Girls Basketball @ San Dimas Tournament tba

THURSDAY - 12/16 - Finals 4 & 5

  • MINIMUM DAY - School Ends at 12:19 PM
  • Class of 2022 Senior Hangout (Stadium) 12:30 - 2:00 PM
  • Boba Sale (D & D Club) 12:00 PM
  • V Girls Soccer vs La Serna Home 5:30 PM
  • JV Girls Soccer vs La Serna Home 3:30 PM
  • JV Wrestling vs Los Altos Home 5:30 PM
  • V Boys Soccer @ Chino Hills 5:00 PM
  • JV Boys Soccer @ Chino Hills 3:15 PM
  • V Girls Basketball @ San Dimas Tournament tba

FRIDAY - 12/17

  • V Girls Basketball @ San Dimas Tournament tba
  • V Wrestling @ Brea Tournament 9:00 AM

SATURDAY - 12/18

  • V Girls Basketball @ San Dimas Tournament tba
  • V Wrestling @ Brea Tournament 9:00 AM
  • V Girls Soccer vs Bonita @ Claremont Holiday Classic 11:00 AM
  • V Girls Soccer vs Chaffey @ Claremont Holiday Classic 2:00 PM
  • JV Girls Soccer vs San Dimas @ Claremont Holiday Classic 11:00 AM
  • JV Girls Soccer vs Claremont @ Claremont Holiday Classic 12:30 PM

DBHS Athletics Calendar - Click HERE for all athletic contests!

Performing Arts Holiday Music!

DBHS Front Office Caroling by Marquis!
DBHS Orchestral Performance
Students Of The Month - December 2021
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Speech Contest for all Brahmas!

Speech Trek Applications are now available.

What: 6th Annual Speech Trek Contest sponsored by the Diamond Bar/Walnut AAUW Branch

When: Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Where: Windmill Room, Diamond Bar Library, 21800 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Set up: 5:30 PM

Topic: Has the United States lived up to its pledge of “liberty and justice for all”? Would requiring the study of diversity, equity, and inclusion in a high school setting help ensure liberty and justice for all?

Purpose: To develop student research skills, to develop critical communication skills, to encourage public discourse, and to give high school students a voice on the topic.

Eligible to apply: All high school students, male and female, public, private, exchange students or home schooled in California. This year we are expanding to neighboring areas that do not have a branch that is offering a speech contest. California high school students, who are able to come to our location for the contest, are encouraged to apply. They will be referred to the appropriate branch if there is one closer to them offering the contest.

Prizes: The winners from the Diamond Bar/Walnut AAUW branch will receive a cash prize.

First Place will be $300, Second Place $200 and Third Place $100. In addition, the prize for first place, at the California state level, has been $1500 in the past.

Applications Deadline: December 15, 2021. CLICK HERE TO Apply!

Outline of Speech Deadline: January 5, 2022. Return completed and signed applications and speech outlines to

The contest on January 26, 2022 is open to the public to attend and listen. Limited reserved seating. Masks and social distancing required at this time. Judging by community leaders.

Please direct Questions to Amer Holmes, or Barbara Armstrong,

NCAA Eligibility Center

NCAA Eligibility Center

Attention Senior Student-Athletes:

If you plan on participating in college-level athletics at the NCAA Division I or II levels and are in contact with college coaches, you must be certified as an eligible athlete by the NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER.

*Register online at

Mr. Patterson, our NCAA GLC, will be notified by the Eligibility Center once you have registered. At that time, your transcript will be sent to the Eligibility Center by Mr. Patterson. Only students in the Class of 2022 should register at this time.

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Hello Seniors and Senior Parents,

If you would like to purchase a senior ad in this year's yearbook, please click on the Senior Ad picture below for all of the information!

This year we are working with our publishing company, Herff Jones, to provide you with the opportunity to create your ad with their easy to use website. If you have any questions, please contact the yearbook adviser, Mrs. Stacy Tenace at

Weekly COVID Testing @ DBHS

Each MONDAY at DBHS, we will be providing voluntary COVID testing for all WVUSD students and staff. The drive-through clinics will occur in our Faculty Parking lot. Testing is also available at Suzanne Middle School (Tuesday), South Pointe Middle School (Wednesday), Walnut High School (Tuesday) and Walnut City Library (Thursday).

Please utilize the registration link if you would like to COVID test.

*No appointments are needed, but preregistration is requested.

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Diamond Bar High School


Reuben Jones, Ed.D

"Education is not preparation for life, education is life itself."

John Dewey