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  • Dine local while supporting your neighborhood schools

    7 years ago by


    Shop BREA

    Like Italian food? Dine at Mammaluccos Italian Restaurant and Grascio’s Family Italian Restaurant and a portion of the food sales will be donated to support Brea schools and sports. Mammaluccos is supporting BOHS Football tomorrow, so enjoy a delicious meal from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. and they will donate 20% back to BOHS Football. Grascio’s is supporting Country Hills Elementary School PTA Fundraiser with a donation of 25% on two days: Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 28, and Thursday, March 29, during the hours of 11:00-2:00 p.m. and 4:30-9:00 p.m. While dining at the restaurants, please mention the fundraiser you are supporting! Buon Appetitto!



  • Brea Olinda Elementary School Book Fair

    7 years ago by

    Olinda Elementary School

    Brea Olinda Elementary School is hosting a Book Fair Event on April 2-5.  There will be a great selection of the latest and top-selling books to peak your children’s interest as well as books for adults. The Book Fair will be held in room C202 and payment may be made using cash, checks or credit cards.

    Brea Olinda Elementary School is located at 3145 East Birch Street. For further information call 1-714-528-7475.  Book Fair Chairpersons: Melissa Klinger and Miriam Ruiz.  Contact Liz Hall to help out by participating as a volunteer.

    Dates and times of event: Monday, April 2, until 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 3, until 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 4, until 2:00 p.m., Thursday, April 5, until 1:00 p.m. Open House 7:30 p.m.

  • Famous athletes of Brea- a blast from the past

    7 years ago by


    Randy Jones #35

    We thought to share this great 1977 San Diego Padres team photo posted by Leslie Young, a fan of Randy Jones - BOHS grad and major league baseball player of the San Diego Padres.  At the time the photograph was taken, Randy, #35 bottom second left, was in his fifth year of playing for the San Diego Padres, with his best season in 1976, winning the Cy Young Award and named The Sporting News NL pitcher of the year! Randy Jones number 35 was retired by the San Diego Padres in 1997.

    We had the pleasure of meeting Randy when we interviewed him awhile back.  Under the homepage featured category: Video Adventures, you will find Part 1 & 2 BBON Randy Jones Video Adventure!

  • Annual Calvery Chapel Easter Sunrise Service at Brea Olinda High School Stadium

    7 years ago by

    “LET HOPE ARISE" at the annual Easter Extravaganza Celebration at Brea Olinda High School!  Bring the family and join the Calvary Chapel Christian Centre for a special event filled with peace, love, joy and words of inspiration for strength and hope in these troubled times. Easter Sunday Schedule on April 8, at Brea Olinda High School Stadium is as follows: SUNRISE CELEBRATON: 6:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., & 11:00 a.m., PANCAKE BREAKFAST: 7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m., and COMMUNITY RESURRECTION EGG HUNT WITH DR. EGGELSTEIN: 10:30 a.m. -11:00 a.m. - & 12:30 -1:00 p.m.  Entertainment provided by Ives The Band. For further information, please call Brea Calvary Chapel at 1-562-694-1681 or visit their web site at


  • BOHS Swim Team: Comeback Kids

    7 years ago by

    Photo of Kyle - BOHS Junior Varsity Swim Team player.

    Last Friday the junior varsity boys beat Foothill HS 99 – 71. The varsity made a thrilling comeback in the last 3 events to beat Foothill 88 – 82. The jv is 2-0 in league.
    The swimmer of the week is Lucas Keller whose personal record (pr) in the 100 Breast helped us outscore Foothill 13 – 3 in the last individual event. The varsity is 2-0 in league.
    This week we host Canyon High School on Wednesday. Then on Friday and Saturday we host the Frosh Soph Invite at Brea Olinda High School. Athletes that have been selected to participate are expected to be there both days. Friday from 1:45p – 5:30p and Sat 8am – 12pm.
    Coach Rotblum, BOHS Swim Team

  • Anti-bullying workshop taking place at Family Resource Center

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    A panel dealing with bullying and cyber-bullying will take place this coming Thursday, March 22 from 6-8 p.m. at the Brea Community Center. A panel of experts will discuss ways to handle the situation and help your child also. Free child care is also available at the community center with proof of residency. Pre-registration is required by calling the Family Resource Center at 714-990-7150.

  • YEE-HAW for BOHS “Sadie’s Gone Disney” themed Sadie Hawkins Dance

    7 years ago by



    Matteo and Ally as Woody and Jessie of Disney's Toy Story.

    Last evening Brea Olinda High School was “The Happiest Place on Earth!" This year’s Sadie Hawkins Theme for Brea Olinda High’s traditional Sadie Hawkins Dance was “Sadie’s Gone Disney.” Matteo and Ally dressed up for the special occasion and went as Andy's toys, Sheriff Woody and the yodeling cowgirl Jessie, in Disney’s Toy Story!

  • Dinner at Rubio’s for a cause

    7 years ago by

    Crave the flavor of Baja food?  Rubio's Brea is the place to go and they are also great in fundraising for BOHS!  According to the General Manager, Rigo, Rubio's supports many BOHS clubs such as Athletics, Spanish, French, Cheer, and Choir.  Today Rubio's is fundraising for the Brea Olinda Choir.  You can either dine in, order food to go, or pick up a catering order and 20% goes to BOHS Choir!  See flyer.

  • Brea Olinda High School Swim Team Makes History

    7 years ago by

    For the first time in history, Brea Olinda High Boys Varsity Swim Team won the 29th Canyon Relays at Canyon High School on Friday, March 9.  This is a very promising year for the BOHS swimmers under Coach Gil Rotblum.   Their next meet is at Foothill High School on Friday, March 16, at 3:00 p.m. GO Wildcats!

  • Brea Community Center to host Spring break day camps!

    7 years ago by

       Look no more if you're wondering where to send the kids during Spring break!  Brea Community Center will host a Spring break day camp April 9-13 for kids   ages 6-12. The camp will run daily from 7am-6pm and include outings to the movies, pool table tournaments and other activities to keep the kids busy during their time off from school. Cost is $125 per child for residents of Brea and those who work in the city and $140 per child for all others.  Parents can call (714)990-7631 with any questions they may have and register for the camp at the front counter of the Community Center.