Our Schools

The Upper Dublin School District is located in Upper Dublin Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The district comprises four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It serves students in grades K-12. 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.

Some Points of Pride:

National Blue Ribbons have been awarded to Sandy Run Middle School, Upper Dublin High School, and Thomas Fitzwater Elementary School.

All Upper Dublin Schools, K-12, are accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.

A rich and varied academic program of studies is offered to all students, including special education for exceptional students.

Active Parent-Teacher Groups in all school buildings help promote the educational program and align home and school support for students.

SAT scores at UDHS far exceed national test score averages. UDHS consistently ranks in the top 15 among 499 PA school Districts in high SAT scores. Approximately 10% of senior students are national Merit Finalists and Commended Scholars.

More than 95% of UD graduates enroll in two-or four-year colleges. The graduation rate is 99%+ at UDHS.

Special facilities include Robbins Park, a 40 acre Environmental Education Center that provides outdoor educational opportunities for all students and the community, and the Planetarium at SRMS, a unique learning facility often visited by other school districts and used by community members for special programs.

UDHS Sports Teams rank among the very top in the number of Suburban One Championships among 24 area schools.

Science Fair, Technology, World Language, and Debate Competitions show numerous first place winners at the county, regional and state levels from SRMS and UDHS.

Successful Foreign Exchange Program with England and Germany, begun in 1983, enhance global understanding.