Dublin School Board Approves New Dublin High School Engineering and Science Building
DUBLIN, CA–At Thursday’s Dublin High School Back to School night the parent packet included notice of an important decision made earlier this summer by the Dublin Unified School District Board of Trustees that you may have missed while on vacation (we at OneDublin definitely did!).
To accommodate rapid growth in Dublin High School’s Engineering and Design Academy and the need for more science lab capacity, the Dublin School Board unanimously approved the design of a new 3-story Engineering and Science Building on the Dublin High School campus, replacing Building EE. The new building would include a maintenance shop, additional student and staff restrooms and most importantly 18 new classrooms, including five dedicated engineering classrooms. The project is made possible by Measure E and the recently passed Measure H bond measures.
Construction is planned to start in the summer / fall of 2018. More details are available here.