The mission of the School District of Upper Dublin is to provide a safe environment in which all students are respected, educated, encouraged, and challenged to become life-long learners within a global society.

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Superintendent’s Message January 26, 2016

Dear Parents/Guardians and Community Members, I have several items of interest to share with our community. In the wake of Winter Storm Jonas, I encourage community members to join us in thanking the men and women of our facilities, grounds and custodial personnel who labored for many hours throughout the weekend and beyond to prepare […]

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Monte Carlo Night 2016 - REGISTER TODAY!

Don’t Miss Upper Dublin Monte Carlo Night 2016!

Held on Saturday, February 20 at 7pm at the beautiful Mercedes-Benz of Fort Washington, Monte Carlo Night is hosted by Upper Dublin Township and the Upper Dublin Education Foundation. The evening benefits Upper Dublin public schools and local charities, such as the UD Township Open Space and Cheston Funds, Friends of Upper Dublin Public Library, CoTASA, the UDP&R Summer Camp Scholarship Fund, and UDJAA sports scholarships.  Monte Carlo Night features a wide range of professionally-run casino games and fabulous auction items and raffles, including 2 Apple watches, an Apple iPad mini 2, and autographed professional sports memorabilia. Enjoy hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, desserts, DJ, dancing, and wine and beer throughout the evening. Tickets are $70 through February 17, and $85 at the door. Each ticket includes a starter set of gaming chips; additional chips may be purchased now at a big discount as part of your online ticket purchase. To register or learn more, click here.  Hope to see you there!

Registration is Open! Adult Evening School & Community Aquatics Programs - Winter/Spring 2016

Registration is open for the Winter/Spring 2016 semester of UD Adult Evening School and Community Aquatics Programs.

AES Courses offered:

Italian Language Instruction

Mandarin Chinese

Classic Yoga

Guitar Basics

Intro to Drums

Co-Ed Power Volleyball 
Programs offered at the UDHS Pool:

Adult Swim Instruction 

Shallow Water Aerobics 

SCUBA Certification  

Triathlon Swim Training 

Adult Lap Swims

Statement Regarding Complaint - November 24, 2015

As you may be aware, The School District of Upper Dublin has received a complaint filed against the District by the Concerned African American Parents (CAAP). Since receiving this complaint on the evening of Monday, November 23, the District has commenced on a thorough and comprehensive review of the report and our own records and documentation, so that we can objectively assess and respond to the issues raised in the report. It is our intention to look at data retrospectively as part of our assessment. We, therefore, request patience from the community as we take the time and effort to respond to this complaint with the level of seriousness that it warrants.

It is important to note that the elimination of the third track requested by CAAP has been a priority item discussed by the District for months during School Board and committee meetings. Professional development, appropriate supports, infrastructure and careful planning are needed to ensure the success of student transition, and teachers and administrators are equally committed to it. The School Board is committed to this restructuring as well, and will be voting on it at the early December meeting. This has been the plan since last year.

The School District’s mission is to provide a safe, supportive environment for all students to become lifelong learners and contributing members of a changing society. To this end, the District is fully committed to providing excellence and equity in education to all students.