INDEPENDENT STUDY & HOME SCHOOLING
QUEST Independent Study (Grades 7-12)
QUEST is the name of the Dublin Unified School District's Independent Study program. This program is geared for students who are motivated and able to work on their own. Students in QUEST are often involved in competitive figure skating, ballet and other programs that demand a great deal of their time.
QUEST is open for students in grades 7-12 currently. This program is designed around the individual student to meet the requirements for a high school diploma and/or complete a standards based education as directed by the California Department of Education.
* Location: 6901 York Drive (Near the Adult Ed Office)
* Students attend a minimum of one hour each week.
* Work is assigned for 6 subject areas and must be completed each week.
* Tests and quizzes are given in the center and require additional time.
* Students can drop in for assistance or communicate via email with teachers for assistance.
For students currently in the district, please work through your school counselor or administrator to transfer to QUEST - Independent Study.
Independent Study Application: Click here
Office hours for QUEST are posted on the Calendar. (Dates subject to change)
Home School (Grades K-6)
Dublin Unified School District is committed to meeting the needs of all our families. We understand that families play an integral role in the education of their children.
Home schooling is a new option for Dublin families who want to remain connected to the public school offerings and home school their children. We offer fully credentialed teacher assistance to our parents and follow the California State Standards utilizing state adopted text materials and online options.
The Dublin Unified School District home school program is designed for parents who choose to educate their children at home instead of in a classroom setting. Students study at their own pace using materials provided by the school district and working closely with the parent. A teacher consults with the parent on a regular basis to promote a positive home schooling experience.
Thanks in part to modern technology, home school curriculum and information is becoming readily available across our nation. A recent study by the ITBS (Iowa Tests of Basic Skills) and TAP (Tests of Achievement and Proficiency) batteries show that students of home schools do exceptionally well when compared with the nationwide average.For students currently in the district, please work through your school counselor or administrator to transfer to Home School.
For students outside Dublin Unified School District:
If you would like more information about either program, you may call or email Tammi Cichowski at (925) 829 4322 ext 7971 or Kristin Toney, Home School Teacher at (925) 829 4322 ext 7933. (When emailing from outside the district, please put dpride in the subject line in order to bypass our spam filter.)
Home School Application: