Brea Olinda High School opened at its current campus in 1989. Thirteen different locations for this new high school were considered before a hilltop site owned by Unocal was selected. The fifty-acre high school was prime real estate, with sweeping views all the way to the Pacific. On Nov. 1, 1986, a parade of yellow school buses pulled up a steep slope to a small plat of level land, where groundbreaking ceremonies were held. An additional science classroom building was constructed in 2007 using funds from a successful bond measure in 2000. BOHS is the only comprehensive high school in the BOUSD and serves the community of Brea.
Brea Olinda High can be summarized by excellence in the four “a's”—academics, activities, arts, and athletics. This tradition of excellence is ensconced by a strong student support structure. Recognized multiple times as both a California Distinguished and National Blue Ribbon School, BOHS has a reputation for success.
789 N. Wildcat Way
Brea, CA 92821
2017-2018 Enrollment: 1,788
Current Facilities: 1989
Last Modernization: 2009
Campus Area: 48 Acres
Total Building Area: 207,000 SF
Portable Classrooms: 0
Average Classroom size: 960 SF
Parking Spaces: 680
The following table compares the existing capacity of the school facility with the future capacity provided by the Master Plan.
The following cost estimate is based on the plan for the Phase One Plan project scope. Details are forthcoming.