The Dublin Unified School District is planning a new comprehensive high school designed with a master planned capacity of 2,500 students in grades 9 thru 12. Phase one of the project will be designed for approximately 1,300 students in 49 teaching stations. The Dublin Unified School District, along with SIM-PBK, embarked on a planning process that engaged multiple stakeholders in designing the new 21st century high school that will provide a state of the art facility to enhance the educational needs of the students and be a source of pride for the community.
The new High School will include innovative, adaptable, programmatic elements which support the process of learning. Facilities will accommodate the needs of 21st-Century students with collaborative learning experiences supported with flexible and innovative spaces for today and for the future.