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Spelling Champions!

We are proud of Ayush Nabar and Kristi Lee who represented BJH at the Orange County Spelling Bee!And we are even prouder to announce that Ayush came in 3rd Place! Very impressive!

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New Trees for our Orchard

Order Your Yearbook Today!

Click HERE to order a Yearbook!

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Today: 3/3/15


Kelly Kennedy, Principal


Theresa Stevens,Guidance Specialist;A-L


Rollie Ham, Guidance Specialist; M-Z


Office Staff

Gina Espinoza, Principal's Office

Laura Mitchell, Main Office

Tristan Winn, Attendance Office

Susan Aldrich, Registrar/Guidance Office

2014-15 School Calendar

Click here to view the school calendar for 2014-2015.

Dates to Remember for 2014-15 School Year

   Tuesday, September 2,

    (No School)

    Friday, October 31, 2014
    Friday, January 30, 2015

    Wednesday, June 17, 2015


(714) 990-7898

Chemistry Challenge

Congratulations to Ayush Nabar and Vanessa Diep for winning this year's Chemistry Challenge!  Both of these students will be representing BJH at the state competition held at the Discovery Science Center in April.  Thank you to all of this year's participants: Jett Alquiza, Karan Bhatt, Carissa Choi, Karen Elrayes, Aino Hakkinen, Jack Hannum, Jake Henderson, Riley Herbert, Jacob Hsing, Cory Huynh, Annie Johnson, Leah Johnson, Matthew Kwon, Noah Lee, Tim Lee, Devon Lemieux, Jacob Linder, Gizella Lontoc, Sally Min, Ethan Pham, Connor Schooley, Ezekiel Sohn, Noah Tango, Nathan Thompson, Jordan Williams, Brian Yoon.


Congratulations Students!

Congratulations to all of the students who earned Honor Roll and Principal List honors based on their GPA from the 2nd Quarter.  There were 140 students who earned Honor Roll with a GPA of 3.66 to 3.82 and 227 students who earned Principal's List honors with a GPA of 4.0.  All of these 367 students have worked hard during the 2nd Quarter and should be very proud of their accomplishments. Go Bobcats!   Click on the lists below:


4               8:40a – 2:55p          LATE START SCHEDULE

                All Day                     Character Education Assemblies  (all students)

6              9:00a – 12:00p         8th Grade Field Trip to BOHS (Orientation)

9              6:00pm                     School Board Meeting (Civic Center)

                                                 3rd Quarter Progress Reports Published

10             7:00pm                    P.T.A. Meeting, Room E-30

11             8:40a – 2:55p          LATE START SCHEDULE

12             7:00pm                    Spring Band Concert (Auditorium)

18          8:40a – 2:55p          LATE START SCHEDULE

                 5:00p - 8:00p          Bobcat PRIDE Tastes Great @ Blaze Pizza

19             9:30am                    8th Grade Panoramic Picture

23             6:00pm                   School Board Meeting (Civic Center)

24             6:30pm               A-L - 6th Grade Parent Night @BJH (Aud.)

25             8:40a – 2:55p         LATE START SCHEDULE

                 6:30pm               M-Z - 6th Grade Parent Night @BJH (Aud.)

G.A.T.E. Classes Now Enrolling

Our Spring G.A.T.E. Classes will start in March.  We have an array of course selections for this semester including: 

  • Speech & Debate
  • Planetary Science
  • Creative Writing
  • Computer Science (full at this time)
  • Logic Puzzles (full at this time)
  • Music Literature

Click HERE for more details on each class.  Click HERE for the class interest form.

HomeAid Silent Auction

We are celebrating our 15th year helping HomeAid OC end homelessness in Orange County—and we are proud to announce that we raised $3,400 and counting this year!  Thank you to the families that attended the auction and thank you again to the companies that generously donated to our auction. A HUGE thank you goes out to all!   

Marquee Celebrations

Brea Junior High has a new special way to celebrate your student!  You can now purchase a message to be displayed on the electronic marquee!  Ten dollars for an entire day celebrates a birthday, congratulates a sports victory, or salutes a very special occasion in your student’s life.  Forms with specific details are available in the main office.  All proceeds from MARQUEE CELEBRATIONS will go to support classroom technology.  Click HERE for the Message Request Form.

What A Fantastic Staff!

What A Fantastic Staff!

BJH Vision Statement

The vision of Brea Junior High, in partnership with the home and community, is to prepare students to be lifelong learners and responsible, contributing citizens in a culturally diverse, safe society. Students will develop their full potential in an educationally challenging environment where they will be treated with respect, given equal access to a rich, meaningful curriculum, and challenged to meet expectations of excellence.

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Thanks to your support, our McDonald's Fundraiser was a success!

Congratulations Students!

"What does it mean to be... American?" We are proud of Aino Hakkinen, Emily Barker, and Jeanelle Canal!  Their patriotic essays were recognized by the Brea Kiwanis Club.  Aino's essay earned "top honors" for us here at BJH!  Way to Go!


Congratulations Students!

Cole Derian, Abigail King and Lara Attalla submitted entries into this year's Chapman University's Holocaust Art & Writing competition!  All three had outstanding entries, and we are eagerly awaiting to hear the results.

Teen Center right here on our campus!

Are you looking for a great place to send your student before or after school? Check out our Teen Center! Click HERE for all the details. 

Important Numbers

Main Office (714) 990-7500

Attendance Office (714) 990-7508

Guidance Office (714) 990-7501

Principal's Office (714) 990-7835

Notification System

We are currently using the SchoolMessenger communication system to send important announcements to you.  SchoolMessenger offers you the ability to determine how you would like to receive the different types of messages.  If you would like to receive messages in a different manner (different phone number, additional phone number, email, text, etc.) please call Shannon Ames (714) 990-7533 at the District Office to make those changes.

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