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December 22, 2011

What a year it’s been for Dublin students!’s mission is simple: “Inspiring students, parents and the community by showcasing education excellence.”

Two recent examples of education excellence were recently contributed by students – Dublin High Class of 2011 grad Emily Edlund added to the Life in College Series with an article on her experiences as a freshman at the University of Arizona (read more…) and Dublin High ASB President Tatum Wheeler wrote about the value of student leadership (read more…). Students, alumni, parents, educators and members of the community have all contributed to make a reality including Michael Utsumi, who has written on many topics including Transitional Kindergarten coming to Dublin public schools (read more…).

This November celebrated its second anniversary with the most readers we’ve ever had, and our YouTube Channel has been viewed over 50,000 times. For those who like top 10 lists, here are the top 10 most read articles for the past 12 months… drum roll please:

10. Dublin High School Academic Rankings (API, SAT, AP, ACT, College Admissions)
9.   Dublin High School College Acceptance Results: Class of 2011
8.   Life at UC San Diego – From Dublin High AP to Nanoengineering
7.   Meet Dublin High School Cheerleading Coach Kristine Cousins
6.   Volunteering in Ghana, Africa: Interview with Kelsey Finnegan (Dublin High ’07)
5.   Dublin Unified School District API Results
4.   What’s in a GPA? Weighted and Unweighted GPAs from ‘a’ to ‘g’
3.   Science Fair Project Primer – ‘Tis the Season for the Scientific Method
2.   Kari Byron – Host of Head Rush, MythBusters – Speaks with

And the most popular article for the past year: Becoming a Google Product Manager – Interview with Google’s Johanna Wright, which is part of our Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Series.

We have a lot more in store for 2012, but until then: students, parents, educators and members of the community, have a wonderful holiday season. Your support means a lot to the volunteers that make possible!


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