Welcome to Dublin Middle School

Dublin Middle School

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About Our School.
Dublin Middle School is located in the town of Dublin and is one of two middle schools in Pulaski County. Our enrollment for the 2012 – 2013 school year was 623, serving students in grades six through eight. We have 39 full time teachers, two guidance counselors, one media specialist, and a number of essential support staff. Our students excel in academics and “explore” other interests in Family and Consumer Sciences, Art, Information Technology, and Technology Education. Students also have the opportunity to participate in our band and choir programs to learn performance skills as well as performance etiquette and competition preparation. Our extracurricular activities include football, basketball, volleyball, wrestling, and track. We have a very active Student Government Association and FCCLA. Our “Positive Referral Program” continues to be a motivator for students who are consistently making good choices. These accomplishments are recognized by teachers who send the “referral” to the office. Parents are called to praise their student and told of how much they and their efforts are appreciated. The students are honored at the end of each nine week period with an ice cream social or pizza party. Faculty and staff at Dublin Middle School have high expectations for student success and are committed to providing the best educational experience possible.

PMS & DMS Students together

Teachers and staff from Pulaski Middle School and Dublin Middle School met at Dobson Stadium for fun, fellowship, food and football! It was part of our effort to merge teams as we move closer to the opening of PCMS in the fall of 2020!

Our Principal

Bill Atwood

Bill Atwood

Mission & goals

Dublin Middle is dedicated to providing a quality learning environment to enable our students to become responsible citizens and life-long learners.

Our Assistant Principal

Becky Blevins


We believe middle schools are an educational response to the needs and characteristics of youngsters during early adolescence and, as such, deal with a full range of intellectual and developmental needs.