The Dublin Unified School District has an excellent reputation for providing top-quality education for the community, serving almost 6000 students. Indeed, Dublin schools have received five California Distinguished School awards. Thanks to rapid growth and the development of the central and East Dublin area, including Dublin Ranch, there are several new state-of-the-art schools in the district. The district provides a wide range of programs, including counseling services, music programs for grades 4 – 12, advanced placement programs, physical education programs, gifted education, technology programs, library programs, as well as after-school child care at all elementary schools. Originally, the Murray School District and Dublin High School served part of the city of Pleasanton as well as Dublin. After the incorporation of the city of Dublin in 1982, Dublin combined Dublin High School and the Murray School District to create the Dublin Unified School District. Dublin has 8 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and 1 high school, as shown on the map. Each school is numbered. Click on the school name to go to that school’s website.
There is only one high school in Dublin - Dublin High School.