Diamond Bar High School (DBHS) opened in 1982 and is located in the city of Diamond Bar, California. The southern portion of the city is served by the Walnut Valley Unified School District , while the northern portion is served by the Pomona Unified School District . DBHS is one of two comprehensive high schools in the Walnut Valley Unified School District. The district also offers a continuation high school, three middle schools and nine elementary schools.
Diamond Bar is a multi‐ethnic, upper middle‐class, bedroom community of 56,257 stretching along the 57 and 60 freeways on the eastern edge of Los Angeles County. The city is served by two different school districts, Pomona Unified on the north side and Walnut Valley Unified on the southern side. With a median income of $104,766 and a median age of 38, Diamond Bar has remained a young, affluent community. While the white community has remained stable at 30%, the Asian/Pacific Islander population has increased to 57.4%. Compared to the state of California, Diamond Bar has more foreign born residents (42.4%), more residents who speak a language other than English at home (56.5%), a higher homeownership rate (80.6%), more people who have graduated from high school (92%), and more residents with a college degree (48.4%). The city also has fewer people below the poverty line (5.9%).
DBHS serves approximately 2,800 students in grades 9-12. Our diverse student population is best described as “cosmopolitan” (both multi-ethnic and multi-cultural). A language other than English is spoken in the homes of over fifty percent of our student population.
We have a Pathways Communications Academy that is funded by a California Partnership Academies state grant. Other than this academy, we have no other state or federal mandates.
Parent support has been indispensable on our campus. Our “Magnificent Seven” group consists of the Brahma Boosters, Brahma Foundation, Council of African American Parents (CAAP), Chinese American Parent Association (CAPA), Hispanic Organization for Parents and Education (HOPE), Parents of India and Neighboring Countries (PINC) and Korean American Parent Association (KAPA). These groups provide financial and volunteer support that are essential to the assurance of a quality education.
The school's colors are purple and gold. Our mascot is a brahma bull. We are a member of the Mt. Baldy League for athletic competitions.
Diamond Bar High School's code number (CEEB Code) is 050748. Students need this number to register for tests and to complete college applications.
Our school office hours are 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
This is the only official website of Diamond Bar High School.
You can access this site by browsing to either http://dbhs.org/ or http://dbhs.wvusd.k12.ca.us/ .