All students can and must learn at high levels to prepare them for life, which means healthy, happy, and successful.
- Black/African American: 2%
- White: 66%
- Hispanic: 2%
- Asian: 26%
- Two or more races: 4%
In 2010, Dublin Jerome High School received its first National Blue Ribbon award, in its sixth year of existence, opening in 2004. Jerome has built a tradition of academic excellence through the quality curriculum and instruction our talented and skilled staff provides by developing a personal and individualized approach to help each student grow. With a focus on formative instructional practices and the workshop-instructional model, we are ensuring that students can and will learn. Our staff takes pride in "learning from each other" and collaborates within their same-subject teams, department members, and colleagues in other buildings. Their ability to adapt and improve skills has a positive impact on the performance of students.
Dublin Jerome High School has committed to showing care and love for each student as we navigate the challenge of COVID-19 and social injustices. Throughout this year, our various learning modes have hampered our ability to interact in person with our students. Though this could have been a deterrent in fostering positive relationships, the staff took extraordinary steps to engage with our students through innovative instructional technology practices such as daily live streaming, one-on-one videoconferencing, and developing learning activities that facilitate student interaction. Our ability to form supportive, caring relationships has helped ensure students' academic growth, overall wellness, and success.