Make #theDublinDifference for Students
Dublin City Schools works every day to provide our students with world class instruction, a well-rounded education, and to continuously improve in everything we do.
Our excellent academic reputation has made it a destination district for teachers and support staff. With thousands of applications on file at any given moment, our Human Resources department has the ability to hire the best of the best. Our teaching staff is incredibly accomplished with many published authors, national presenters on a wide variety of topics, and peer reviewed work that stacks up with any in the United States.
• 63 Ohio Master Teachers
• 76% of staff has earned a Master’s Degree or higher
• Average years of teacher experience: 13.4
• 18 National Board certified teachers
Dublin Literacy Conference
Like the Dublin Leadership Academy each summer, Dublin City Schools’ expert teaching staff plays key roles in planning the Dublin Literacy Conference. "The Dublin Literacy Conference is a great example of teacher leadership and our District’s commitment to literacy,” said Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley. “Our community can be very proud of this event and the hard working professionals responsible for its success."
Five Star Preschool Program
The Dublin City Schools’ Preschool program has received a five star rating from the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services. The highest possible five star rating for all five of our preschool locations comes after an extensive reviews and observations of our program. The criteria used to award the District five stars were:
• Program leadership
• Student learning and development
• Staff qualifications and professional development
• Family and community partnerships
Congratulations to our entire preschool staff for earning this five star designation indicating the District’s Preschool program exceeds the expectations of the state agencies mentioned above.
Literacy and Numeracy Coaches
These coaches facilitate world-class instruction in literacy and numeracy, and this year some secondary coaches have been added.