Dublin Statistics | Dublin & Dublin Schools
From a population of approximately 14,300 in 1982, the City of Dublin has grown to a resident population of 57,349 (per the California Department of Finance, 2016). The City has consistently been one of the fastest growing cities in Alameda County for the past several years, and the City is projected to have a total population of 76,000 at build out.¹
Dublin has experienced major growth in school enrollment as a result of population growth. According to California Department of Education, school enrollment has more than doubled over the last ten years. Dublin Unified School District now embodies more schools, more students and cultural diversity than ever before. Listed below, are statistical comparisons over the prior ten years. Amador Elementary School opened in September, 2015 and the ground breaking for the new K-8 school, E-5 in Jordan Ranch, took place October 2016.
What does this mean for our schools? It means increased support to the school system is necessary, in more ways than one.
Dublin Partners In Education, DPIE, supports the entire school system with programs geared towards creativity, technical skills, career preparedness and exploration, as well as a Summer Academy offering STEM/AP courses for college preparation. DPIE seeks support for programs that meet the mission and values of our Four Pillars of Service.
Statistics listed below are from the California Department of Education website:
¹City of Dublin -main webpage