Congratulations to our All-Male Dance Crew for being chosen to perform during the closing event at Nationals held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. They were chosen from over 650 performances and close to 90 schools that competed Sunday, March 4. Go Brahmas!Uploaded Mar 05, 2018
Saturday, February 24, the Diamond Bar High Symphony Orchestra performed at the Walnut Valley Unified School District's "Arts Showcase and STEAM Exhibit". They performed some of the musical pieces with the Walnut High Symphony Orchestra. This particular piece was performed only by the DBHS Orchestra. Here is a video of our orchestra playing Rachmaninoff's Symphony, number 2, Music Director Steve Acciani directing. Enjoy!Uploaded Mar 02, 2018
Diamond Bar High School percussionist Jeremy Davis is the recipient of the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award.
The $10,000 scholarship recipient performed on the NPR "From the Top" live radio broadcast on Sunday, February 11.
Five featured young musicians will perform and share their stories during the 90-minute concert recorded in Boston, Massachusetts.
Jeremy, age 17, will be performing "Land" by Takatsugu Muramatsu on the marimba.
"This experience is pretty amazing!" the talented junior shared in the school's practice room on Tuesday.
Jeremy first began playing percussion in sixth grade at South Pointe Middle School.
"It was hard, but I stuck with it!" he said.
The teen now performs in both band and orchestra in Diamond Bar High's award-winning program.
His favorite musical experience has been participating in Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra of the United States in 2017.
With some of the scholarship funds, Jeremy plans to purchase the huge instrument, which can cost thousands of dollars.
The marimba is too large to tote back and forth like a violin, he explained.
"With percussion, we have to practice at school. Now, I can get one for home!"
The "From the Top" broadcast is a fun and easy way for families to experience classical music and get to know some inspiring people.
The special performance will also be available on a future NPR podcast.
Jeremy, who studies percussion with Kenneth McGrath, says his proudest musical accomplishment has been being selected to appear on From the Top.
Outside of music, he enjoys playing basketball and tennis.
Glenn Arnade performing at Diamond Bar High School's Apollo Night Thursday, February 22.Uploaded Feb 26, 2018
Thursday, February 22, the DBHS eSports Club host a video game tournament for both staff and students. Here is a video of English teacher Stanley Hsu, Technology Coordinator Randy Thomas, Grade Level Coordinator Dave Desmond and Physics Teacher Angela Jensvold playing the Wii game JUST DANCE. Mr. Desmond won this match.Uploaded Feb 22, 2018
Diamond Bar High School has been expanding the hardware available in its Computer Assisted Design classes. The classroom now has eight 3D printers. Diamond Bar High's competitive robotics team, 3473: Team Sprocket, has used the printers to fabricate some of the parts for their robot for this year.Uploaded Feb 14, 2018
Saturday, January 20, our Thundering Herd Band, Drumline and Colorguard performed at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Game at Rose 🌹 Bowl Stadium! This is an all-star football game composed of NFL draft ready college players. After their performance, they had fun on the BIG SCREEN. The SECOND HALF of the video contains photos from that fun day.Uploaded Jan 23, 2018
JV Song "Salute" jazz routine Saturday, January 20 at USA Camps regional competition!Uploaded Jan 21, 2018
Varsity Cheer's performance at the USA Regional Competition at Yorba Linda High School Saturday, January 20.Uploaded Jan 21, 2018
Saturday, January 20, our Thundering Herd Band, Drumline and Colorguard performed at the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Game at Rose 🌹 Bowl Stadium! This is an all-star football game composed of NFL draft ready college players.Uploaded Jan 21, 2018