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OneDublin-org ACSA Region 6 Outstanding Partner in Education Award operated on a volunteer basis for ten years from 2009 – 2019. will remain online as an an archive. All good things have a beginning, middle and inevitable end – we enjoyed contributing to Dublin public education for ten years! is an award-winning education publication authored by volunteers committed to celebrating education excellence. exists to inspire students, parents and the community through a positive spotlight on achievement. covers local Dublin education-related news and also publishes articles celebrating education excellence in general. was the City of Dublin’s 2011 Organization of the Year, and was founded in November 2009. In January 2014, won the Partners in Educational Excellence Award from the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) Region 6 (“the Partners in Educational Excellence Award is given annually to exemplary school-community partnership programs that promote effective educational performance, enhanced student achievement and strong community involvement in educational quality.”). was also awarded the 2016 Mayor’s Award by City of Dublin Mayor David Haubert.

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Founder and Editor: James Morehead (2009-19)

Features Writer: Michael Utsumi

Dublin High School Student ReporterNeha Harpanhalli (2016-19)

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Association of California School Administrators Recognition 2014 Partners in Education Award

Association of California School Administrators Recognition 2014 Partners in Education Award

Certificate of Congressional Recognition Presented to 2011 Organization of the Year

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  1. Michele Chandler permalink
    August 24, 2017 6:51 pm

    I like your series about Life in College and Life after College…however I would like to encourage you to interview other students that didn’t choose a 4 year college degree. I have three children, all who graduated from Dublin High School but chose not to go to College. All three are gainfully employed and have followed their dreams. My oldest works for Verizon and lives on his own in Pleasanton. My middle child served in the Marine Corps for 4 years and now works for UPS. My youngest took advantage of the ROP program and did Cosmetology ROP program her Senior year. She is now working at a salon as a full time hairstylist and lives on her own. I understand we need to encourage our students to think of college but college isn’t for everyone. We need to encourage students to look into trade jobs as well. Please One Dublin broaden your scope and interview students that chose a different route other than College.
    Thank you!

    • August 24, 2017 6:57 pm

      Thanks for your comment. We have profiled multiple students who have attended two year colleges and technical programs and would love more stories like those. Please send us leads for profiles to

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