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Class of 2024                                                            Updated 12/5


Class of 2024, we will use this as our official webpage to communicate with you.

Please check back weekly for updates.


Grade Level Coordinators

Marc Natividad, GLC Last Names (A-Lin)   [email protected]   909-594-1405 ext.33556

Ginger Zimmerman, GLC Last Names (Lio-Z)   [email protected]    909-594-1405 ext.33554


Office Locations

Mr. Natividad - Room 556

Mrs. Zimmerman - Room - 554


Find your GLC at Brunch or Lunch

Mr. Natividad supervises: Main Lunch Area

Mrs. Zimmerman supervises: Bottom of Double Stairs and Back of 400/500



DBHS Information:


Brahma Briefing

Please read through this weeks Brahma Briefing: https://www.smore.com/ut4ns


The Bullsheet

Please visit this link to see our weekly Bullsheet. These announcements are typically read Monday during 4th period. This provides an excellent opportunity to see all the events for this week.



Cap and Gown ordering information - Graduation
Ordering your Cap and Gown:
Next date to order in person is January 24th @ Senior Parent Night
Then February 8th @ Lunch
Or you can order online @ https://moongradservices.com/register/
Cap and Gown distribution will be the week of February 20th
Yearbook Senior Ads
If you would like to purchase a senior ad in this year's yearbook, please see the attached flyer 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 [email protected]
See add below


College Search Process:

Diamond Bar High School's code number (CEEB Code) is 050748. You will need this number to register for tests and to complete college applications.



The application will open by December 31st. As soon as it does we will send out an email notice to all parents and students through Parent Square.




College Search Process

Bentley University has put together a terrific resource for the college search process, Admission 101 series. It is filled with insightful, easy-to-understand content that will make this process a little easier. Please click on the Link to the right, 'Off Campus Opportunities,' for more information.



University Applications

UC and CSU Applications are now closed. The deadline passed on 11/30


Common Application - Opens 8/1. Used to apply to most private universities and out of state schools. Early Decision Deadline: Typically November 1. Regular Decision Deadline:  Typically January 1. Application deadlines vary by school, so be sure to triple-check the dates for each school where you plan to submit an application. 



Community College
Are you interested in attending Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC)? All seniors will attend the in person general presentation on January 30th during your English class. This presentation is provided to give you an overview of the college and to give you information on the enrollment process and Connect 4. Connect 4 is a process that assists graduating seniors with the transition to Mt. SAC and provides early registration for Fall 2024!
See the pdf below with dates and a description of each event. 
Major Clarity - Academic and Career Exploration
Website: https://app.paper.co/majorclarity
Login: Select “Continue with Google” and use your WVUSD google account to log in
- Major Clarity is built to provide academic advising for all learners. Students achieve better outcomes with postsecondary education—but that education can take many forms. A technical certification, two- and four-year degrees, an apprenticeship as a Hollywood stunt double: all can mean success for the right student. That’s why we start by asking “What are you passionate about changing in the world?” We help students explore a variety of relevant opportunities, and ultimately select a path that addresses their specific goals.
Steps you should complete:
1) Personality Assessment (5 minute, first step, repeatable)
2) My Portfolio
    a) Start Resume 
    b) Start Career Plan (Career goal)
    c) Explore Scholarships
    d) Microcredential course
3) Microcredential courses offered: Cybersecurity Technology, Energy, General Employability Soft Skills, HVAC, Medical Services, Nursing, Software Programing, Virtual Etiquette
-Your course history and grades have been uploaded to this platform.
-Our College and Career counselor, Mrs. Ayala, is happy to assist you with this program.
College and Career Unit
Mr. Natividad and Mrs. Zimmerman completed our College and Career unit. All resources, including the PowerPoint as a pdf document, are posted below.
Complete the Career Zone Interest Profiler. This can be completed year after year and as many times as wanted. Please be honest when answering these questions. The Interest Profiler helps you decide what kinds of occupations and jobs you might want to explore based on your interests along with how to attain those jobs.





Club Rush

Club Rush began Monday, 8/28, and concluded on 9/8. If you are interested in joining a club please visit the link below and contact the club advisors and reps. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and give back to our community. Clubs are an excellent opportunity to meet others who share your interest. It can also be a great opportunity to give back to our community.    https://dbhs.wvusd.k12.ca.us/apps/departments/index.jsp?show=CLU
Due Process Presentation
We are looking forward to another great year with our 12th graders. Our Due Process Meeting was held on August 18th, during English class. During this meeting we discussed school rules, procedures and all of the supports located on our campus. The presentation is now posted below for you to view. 
**Each student, parent and/or guardian needs to read through the Student Handbook which can be found under the student drop down menu or purchased through USB. 


Mt. Sac High School Referral Program

Mt. Sac is now enrolling for the 23-24 school year. These courses are open to any student who needs to remediate a deficient grade. Please use the link below to register. 
Courses offered are: English, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, World History, Biology, Chemistry. 
Athletic Updates:
2) All athletes must be cleared prior to any activity: https://dbhssports.org/sports-physicals-info/
2) Athletics: This week's events. Click here: https://dbhssports.org/
3) Tryout information can be found here: https://dbhssports.org/



We are writing to make you aware of a major safety concern facing our society at this time – fentanyl overdoses. As you may have heard in the recent tragic news, teenagers have died or have been hospitalized due to fentanyl overdoses both on southern California school campuses and at home.
Fentanyl deaths are projected to double in the year ahead.  Drug cartels are making illicit fentanyl and purposely and deceptively adding it to other drugs, even prescription drugs, to make them cheaper, more powerful, more addictive, and more dangerous.  Fentanyl can be added to any drug or pill without any visible signs, making it impossible for anyone to know if they are ingesting this deadly substance until it is too late. 
Students, we care about you and want only the best for you.  Please be safe and make good decisions. Do not take any pills unless prescribed by a doctor.  Do not take any pills or drugs given to you, whether it be by a friend or stranger - you simply don’t know if even just one pill might hurt you. 
These two videos show the dangers of this drug. 

Dead On Arrival (21 minutes long) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJgPmrLjkuo

 For Eli – Fentanyl Crisis PSA and Testimonial (6 minutes long) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEQHOQdrQJc


Dress Code
Please know that if you are found in violation of our DBHS dress code, please see 'Student Handbook', then you will receive one hour of SWAP to be served on a Saturday. https://4.files.edl.io/2b24/09/16/21/224531-4aefcfcb-97d5-4f3a-b43f-4397123dcf9c.pdf

Family Support Group

The teen and adolescent years are a time of transition from childhood into adulthood. Adolescents and teens often struggle with being dependent on their parents while having a strong desire to be independent. At the same time, they may be facing a number of pressures, from friends to fit in and from parents to do well in school or sports. As a result many suffer from depression and anxiety.
With over 20 years in the practice Nancy Stoops and her registered therapy dog Jaida, will help you and your family live a healthy lifestyle by helping you gain the skills for parenting without the pain, reaching realistic goals,  coping through the pressures of being an adolescent or teen, handling anxiety of starting a new school year,  bullying, building healthy friendships and more. The benefits of the support group are endless and can handle an array of counseling needs.
The group meets every Monday from 6pm-8pm at the Walnut Senior Center. No reservations needed. See pdf below.

California High School Proficiency Exam https://www.chspe.org/



Letter of Recommendation materials
Below you will find our presentation describing the process of requesting a Letter of Recommendation from your GLC and Teacher. 
12th Grade Registration materials - Any changes to your Academic Plan should be emailed to your GLC