Dublin City School District is a top rated, public school district located in Dublin, OH. It has 15,729 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 80% of students are at least proficient in math and 77% in reading.
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Dublin City School District Reviews
The Dublin City School District has been recognized as one of the top tiered schools in America. Overall, this analysis is true. The Dublin City Schools strive to encourage students and to provide a welcoming environment for learning, creativity, and athletic greatness. This past year there were many changes throughout the district due to the building of a new school. This new school is incredibly high functioning, and it has an amazing atmosphere due to its design. The new building hosts the district’s College Credit Programs, academies for extensive learning, and IB classes. Although the building and classes are a good addition to the district, the campus has created a lot of problems with the schedules of upperclassmen, and the atmospheres of the district’s high schools. Due to not all members of each class being in the same building, an aspect of the community has been removed; however, the campus acts as a great way for all three high schools to come together.
I have almost completed 12 years in the Dublin City School District. Almost every teacher I had in elementary school, middle school, and high school has given a high level of dedication to the well being of their students. There is an incredible amount of diversity in school; the staff and faculty creates a warm environment for inclusion and collaboration. One thing that could be improved is offering help to students taking higher level course like Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate, along with the end of the year test outside of school. The district could also provide after school programs to help with standardized tests like the ACT and SAT. Some neighboring districts have had success with this. Overall, I am proud to have attended schools in this district.
I have lived in Dublin my entire life. My siblings and I all went through Dublin City Schools. There have been many great things that we have experienced. There is incredible diversity here among students, the community is tight knit and so much more. The district is fairly organized in that issues are handled quite quickly and effectively. However, with my personal experience, a lot of students were not prepared for the work load of college. It came as a shock to many students because high school was a piece of cake compared to college. But, the staff really does make an effort to have a relationship with their students.