Diamond Ranch High School serves 1827 students and is located between Pomona and Diamond Bar, serving students in…More North Diamond Bar. It is a part of the Pomona Unified School District.
From 2009 to 2010, Diamond Ranch's Academic Performance Index rose 1 point from 808 to 809. Compared statewide, the school's API scores 8/10. Compared against a group of 100 similar schools, the score is 9/10.
Diamond Ranch is noted in the are for its unique architecture, and its architect Thom Mayne is a winner of the Pritzker Prize. The campus has been featured in a number of films and commercials since it opened in 2001.
Armstrong Elementary School is a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School in North Diamond…More Bar serving 300 students. It is a part of the Pomona Unified School District.
From 2009 to 2010, Armstrong's Academic Performance Index score rose 11 points from 848 to 859 (on a scale of 200-1000). Compared statewide, the school's API scores 8/10. Compared against a group of 100 similar schools, the score is 3/10.
Lorbeer Middle School 501 S Diamond Bar Blvd, Diamond Bar, CA91765 Lorbeer Middle School is a California Distinguished and National Blue Ribbon School serving 731 students from 6th to 8th…More grade in North Diamond Bar. It is a part of the Pomona Unified School District and is located on the corner of Diamond Bar Boulevard and Golden Springs Drive. From 2009 to 2010, Lorbeer's Academic Performance Index score rose 25 points from 810 to 835. Compared statewide, the school's API scores 10/10. Compared against a group of 100 similar schools, the score is 5/10. Its mascot is the Longhorn.
Pantera Elementary serves 407 students from kindergarten to 6th grade in North Diamond Bar. It is a part of the…More Pomona Unified School District and is located directly across from Pantera Park, overlooking the San Gabriel Valley.
In 2009, Pantera's Academic Performance Index score dropped 13 points from 969 to 956. Compared statewide, the school's API scores 10/10. Compared against a group of 100 similar schools, the score is also 10/10.
The Walnut Valley Kiwanis Club is a community service organization serving the communities of Diamond Bar, Walnut and…More Rowland Heights since 1963.
This organization has as its objective helping children and the community. As a part of Kiwanis International (headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana), their overall theme is “Serving the Children of the World.” Walnut Valley’s club motto is, “Having Fun Helping Others.” Major community service and fundraising events include an annual golf tournament (in conjunction with the local Sheriffs Boosters), feeding the needy at Christmas time, support for Isaiah’s Rock, holding a Poker Tournament, the annual LA84-Mt. SAC Youth Days, and the annual Chapman Student Awards ceremonies. The Walnut Valley Kiwanis Club is especially proud to sponsor Key Clubs in the Walnut, Diamond Bar and John A. Rowland high schools as well as the Circle K Club at Mount San Antonio College.
During the Chapman Awards, eight scholarships and about 90 plaques of recognition are given to graduating seniors of all the High Schools of the Rowland and Walnut Valley Unified School Districts, as well as Diamond Ranch High School in the Pomona Unified School District.
Their events this year also include support for the Relays for Life in both Walnut & Diamond Bar. Visit their website at www.walnutvalleykiwanis.org to learn more about the Walnut Valley Kiwanis Club, including upcoming events and fundraisers.
The Walnut Valley Club is a member of Division 35 (San Gabriel) of the Kiwanis Cal-Nev-Ha District of Kiwanis International. The Cal-Nev-Ha Foundation annually awards scholarships of about $100,000 to Cal-Nev-Ha Key Club members.
The Kiwanis Club of Walnut Valley has been "Serving the Children of the World" since 1963. The club meets every Friday at 7 a.m. at Millie's Restaurant in Walnut. Come visit them!