Diamond BarHigh School

All schools in the Walnut Valley Unified School District, including DBHS, are scheduled to be closed through Tuesday, May 5, because of the COVID-19 pandemic

Student Athletes Sign With Colleges

Four Diamond Bar High standout-athletes will be taking their skills to compete at the collegiate level after signing scholarships on April 17.


Senior William Yang will play golf at California State University Dominguez Hills. Yang first picked up the clubs when he was eight-years-old. By the time he was in sixth grade he was playing competitively in tournaments.

Yang played golf all four years at DBHS, along with travel teams.

“I’m pretty excited today,” the 18-year-old said during the signing ceremony with family and school officials.


Quarterback Tyler Peterson will play football at Dixie State University in Utah.

“It’s a proud day. I’ve been looking forward to this since sixth grade!” the 18-year-old said.


Jordan Rosas will play rugby at Notre Dame College in Ohio.

The 17-year-old plays for a club team.

He will be joining his older brother, Justin, who received the same Notre Dame scholarship two years ago.

“He’ll show me the ropes. It’s going to be great!” Rosas said.


Senior Jessica Pierce will play volleyball at Beloit College in Wisconsin.

“It’s an exciting day!” varsity side hitter said.