Dublin High School has 1,500 students. Carol Shimizu is the school's Principal. The school has twenty-one advanced placement and honors courses and 98% of DHS graduates attend college. Athletics, performing arts, 35 clubs and activities are all available to students. The school's campus is undergoing a $120 million dollar renovation and as a result, the school features a math and science complex with 28 state-of-the-art classrooms. A new sports center and humanities, fine arts and library facilities are set to open in late 2010 and will feature more than 47 new classrooms. Students have access to more than 500 computers on campus and classroom tools include document cameras, tablet technology and video production equipment. The school's website features a calendar of upcoming events, links to teachers' websites, information about organizations at the school and the departments and clubs. Athletics news is also available, as well as weekly bulletins.