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2019 Summer Camp Information

2019 Summer Camp Information Below are flyers for our current summer sport camps, more sports will be available once flyers are received: ALL DBHS STUDENT-ATHLETES MUST BE ATHLETICALLY CLEARED PRIOR TO PARTICIPATING IN ATHLETICS. DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS CAN BE FOUND HERE Summer camps are voluntary and optional. They are not mandatory. Participating in summer camps does not

2019 FALL Girls Tennis Tryout DATES

2019 Girls Tennis Tryout DATES When: August 13-15 (Tuesday-Thursday): 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Where: Tennis Courts What to bring: Great attitude; great effort; tennis shoes; racket; dressed in shorts and shirt (change in locker room prior to coming down) MUST: You must be athletically cleared prior to the tryouts, no EXCEPTIONS so please plan ahead. Detailed

2019 FALL Volleyball Tryout DATES

2019 DBHS GIRLS VOLLEYBALL FALL TRYOUTS SAVE THE DATES   When: July 30th-August 1st   Who: Incoming and current 9th-12th DBHS Students passionate about the game of volleyball, interested in learning a new sport, and/or love a competitive atmosphere   Where: DBHS Gym or Chaparral TBD   Time (PLEASE READ TIMES BASED ON GRADE LEVEL):

Kai Smith In CIF State Competition

Congratulations to senior Kai Smith on earning the opportunity to compete at the CIF State Track & Field Championship. He jumped 6’5″ to place 9th in the state! The last Brahma to compete in the state competition was back in 2005 so it is quite an accomplishment. We are extremely proud of all the work

The Bull’s Eye’s Athlete of the Month: Kevin Vargas

Story by Victoria Artale from The Bull’s Eye Since he learned how to swim at the age of four as a safety precaution, senior Kevin Vargas realized he had the potential to achieve greatness and began to do just that at the age of seven. Vargas is currently ranked seventh out of all high school

Mackenzie Kim Flips From Beams To Boards

Story by Victoria Artale, Photo Editor of The Bull’s Eye Mackenzie Kim, who spent eight years as a gymnast, has switched from flipping on a balance beam to jumping off a 10-meter platform. The freshman is one of the two divers who represent Diamond Bar High School, despite the school not having a diving coach.