Dublin Unified School District is a top rated, public school district located in Dublin, CA. It has 10,659 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 23 to 1. According to state test scores, 72% of students are at least proficient in math and 76% in reading.
Dublin Unified School District Rankings
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Dublin Unified School District Reviews
I absolutely love being enrolled at DUSD. Currently, I am a sophomore in high school. My school is great because there are so many opportunities for us. We have over 100 student made clubs, and so many sport teams! Something I would like to see change in my school is the littering problem done by the students.
Quality of education is high compared to other locations in the state but in the middle tier for the Bay Area. Overcrowding is a huge problem and the district office has been in a state of chaos for the past two years. However, the majority of the teachers in the district care deeply about their students and work extremely hard to ensure that students actually learn the content. The district has a strong committment to STEM education and the high school's Biomedical and Engineering academies are excellent programs. Although the arts are not funded nearly enough, the visual and performing arts departments are very strong.
I've been in the Dublin Unified School District since kindergarten. From elementary school, I've always had incredible teachers pushing me to achieve my goals and helped me to strive academically. Middle school offered so many extracurricular activities that allowed their students to interact with different people. Now, I'm currently attending my fourth year at Dublin High school. I was apart of numerous clubs and activities including: Me to We, Lady Gaels Varsity soccer, leadership, homecoming activities, etc. There are so many opportunities and chances to get involved within the school. However, with Dublin expanding so rapidly and only one high school, there are way to many students there. The solution to this problem was adding portables far away from the other side of campus causing many students to be late to class. Also, the stair cases are dreadful to get up during passing period. Overall, the student involvement is incredible, but there needs to be a new high school.