William T. Dwyer High School

Educate. Affirm. Inspire.

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  • Dwyer School Programs

    William T. Dwyer High School offers a variety of academic, career, and support programs to provide our students with comprehensive college and career-oriented instruction, real-world experiences, and industry certifications.

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  • School Lunches

    School Food Service will continue to offer FREE breakfast and lunch during the school year.

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  • School Counseling Dept.

    It is our goal to provide comprehensive school counseling services to help students develop and acquire the social, emotional, and academic skills, abilities, knowledge,and attitudes necessary to successfully complete high school and reach their future goals.

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  • Events

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About Us

  • William T. Dwyer High School is a public high school for grades 9–12 located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  Named for William T. Dwyer, former vice president of Pratt & Whitney's Government Products Division and a community leader in Palm Beach County, Dwyer High School offers a wide variety of college-level, career preparatory, and arts courses, as well as prestigious International Baccalaureate, Academy of Finance, and Early Childhood Teacher Academy Choice programs. In addition to stellar academics, Dwyer High School also boasts eleven (11) athletic team State Championships, including the 2023 6A Boys Basketball Championship and the 2024 6A Baseball Championship.


    The School District of Palm Beach County serves more than 189,000 students who speak 150 languages and dialects. We are a High-Performing School District with 335 Choice & Career Programs. Our mission is to educate, affirm, and inspire each student in an equity-embedded school system.

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      SDPBC At a Glance

      • A High-Performing School District FL Department of Education
      • 94.1% Graduation Rate
      • 10th Largest District in the U.S.
      • 192 Countries Represented
      • 32.8 million meals School Food Service
      • 335 Choice & Career Programs
      • 171,261 Students in District-operated schools
      • 22,801 Total employees