Parent Groups at DBHS
Get Involved With One of Our Magnificent 7 Organizations!
Save the Date! In-N-Out Fundraiser in the Front Parking Lot Feb. 18, 12:30 - 3:00 PM
The Magnificent 7 is the umbrella organization over all our parent groups at DBHS, and includes the Brahma Boosters, Brahma Foundation, Council of African American Parents (CAAP), Chinese American Parent Association (CAPA), Hispanic Organization of Parents and Education (HOPE), Korean American Parent Association (KAPA), and South Asian Parent Association (SAPA). Representatives from each of the seven parent groups meet during the Mag 7 meetings, which are held on the second Thursday of each month to communicate and collaborate with each other. Our parent groups have given generously to provide important upgrades and resources for our school. Again, thank you very much Brahma Parents!
Please contact our Magnificent 7 President for more information about becoming involved with these amazing parent groups.
The sole purpose of the Brahma Boosters is to raise funds directly for the student clubs, and programs for Diamond Bar High School. The boosters are responsible for organizing, staffing and maintaining BINGO. Bingo raises thousands of dollars for the various clubs and organizations on the DBHS Campus. Please consider giving your time to this organization.
The Brahma Foundation exists to help Diamond Bar High School students discover their dreams. Whether they are athletes, performing arts, math or science, dreams must be nurtured and supported. We provide economic support to the faculty and student body through our fundraising activities. With your assistance, we tear down barriers to success by creating access to resources that your student would otherwise not have. We look forward to a great year, and we hope that you will join us in celebrating your child's future.
Facebook Page: Brahma Foundation
Council of African American Parents (CAAP) is a non-profit organization that originated in WVUSD in 1992 and enjoys its collaboration with the other Mag 7 groups at DBHS. Our campus mission is to enhance the educational opportunities of students through academics, social activities and cultural awareness. In addition, CAAP exists as a broader organization outside of DBHS and is headed by the leadership of CAAP founder and president, Ms. Ingrid Johnson (contact Nicki Mitchell for details regarding the August Open House event for main CAAP). The Southern California large scale CAAP organization prides itself in assisting African American students who are often underrepresented on their school campuses and instills academic and personal confidence that allows for college readiness. DBHS CAAP parent and representative, Nicki Mitchell, looks forward to connecting with families who have interest in how to enjoy and contribute to our organization.
Chinese American Parents Association (CAPA) is a nonprofit organization. Our goal is to provide assistance to Chinese American students and parents and to promote communications among students, parents, and the school. We also seek to improve educational standards, fundraise for the school, and sponsor/provide seminars in various education or family living related topics.
Hispanic Organization of Parents and Education (HOPE) is to enhances the sense of community and belonging of students at Diamond Bar High School by celebrating Hispanic culture through education, the arts, and promoting parent and community involvement. HOPE engages in fundraising activities to provide financial support and assistance to the students, faculty and staff of Diamond Bar High School.
Korean American Parents Association (KAPA)
Korean American Parents Association (KAPA) is made up of Korean American parents who share the same language and culture. Through these common qualities, the parents are able to support the school in more efficient way. We strive to help the school in any way we can while creating a wonderful high school experience for our children. We believe that we can greatly impact the school in which our children will go through an important stage of their lives. KAPA provides various seminars and fundraisers throughout the year to help students prepare for college and to bring in revenue for the school, as well as aiding students and parents with language barriers. KAPA is here to connect the Korean community to the people at school whether it's students or the staff to support in any way we can.
The South Asian Parent Association’s (SAPA) main purpose is to support our students and create an awareness about the South Asian cultural identity at Diamond Bar High. We foster multiculturalism about the Indian sub-continent cultures and custom's through the arts. We sponsor cultural events and academic workshops. We fundraise for the school and provide support to the academic programs at school. We work together with other members of Mag 7 as an outstanding model of unity in diversity.