There’s dramatic beauty that is apparent on your first visit to Dublin.

Our collective sense of place defines our community.

It’s the blending of a unique collection of qualities and characteristics – visual, cultural, academic, social, and environmental – that lend to the distinct sense of belonging that occurs at Dublin. But mostly, it’s our people.

Ask a Dublin student what they value most about their school and the likely response will be “the close relationships between faculty and students.” Ask a faculty member at Dublin what they value most about their school and the likely response will be “the close relationships between faculty and students.” This is the core of the Dublin School difference.

Students at Dublin experience the comfort of knowing that they are in a place where they are supported, encouraged, and heard. When they are presented with the opportunity to try something that may be new or challenging, they have the courage to take the leap and step outside of their comfort zone. This is the magic that happens at Dublin — and you can feel it each time a student gets up at morning meeting to perform a song for the first time; each time a student joins their first work gang and experiences the rewards of building something with their own hands; and each time a student tries a new sport and it becomes their passion.

Dublin students challenge themselves by trying new things in a safe and supportive environment. If you have the courage to try new things, you just might fall in love with them—and that is what Dublin is all about.

Some of the things we do.