District Facts & Information
The Dublin City School District
Located 16 miles north and northwest of Columbus, the district encompasses 47 square miles in most of Dublin and parts of Columbus, Hilliard, Upper Arlington, Delaware County and Union County.
20 Schools in Operation
Three high schools, Emerald Campus, four middle schools, twelve elementary schools with seven preschools.
Enrollment continues to grow each year. The current enrollment is now more than 16,537 students.
School Business Connection
The Dublin City Schools received 23.66% of its revenues from local businesses in tax year 2017. Local businesses contribute 21% of the cost to educate each child in the Dublin City School District [$2,735 of the $12,873 Cost Per Pupil].
Business executives founded the Dublin Education Foundation in 1999, which supports philanthropic and educational endeavors.
Total Employees: 2,030
711 support personnel
Average Teacher’s Salary: $77,404
Teacher’s starting salary:
$45,282 – Bachelor
$49,810 – Master
Average classroom teacher experience: 14.8 years
Certified employees with master’s degree or beyond: 79 percent
Per Pupil Expenditure 2017-2018
Per pupil expenditure, all funds per Ohio Department of Education: $12,873
Pupil Support: $792
Staff Support: $534
General Fund revenue for Fiscal Year 2018: $215,421,440
Board of Education
Five Board of Education members, elected to four-year terms of office.
The Board of Education sets policies for the schools and hires the superintendent and treasurer.
1,800 ELL students speaking approximately 70 different languages are enrolled in the district.
For additional information, please visit www.dublinschools.net.
Dublin City Schools