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Dr. John Marschhausen
June 03, 2019 | About

Dr. John Marschhausen

Dr. John Marschhausen is currently the Superintendent of Dublin City Schools. He believes in personalized education for each student as they pursue their individual interests. Dr. Marschhausen’s commitment to educating the whole child, to balancing academic and life skills and to living with a growth mindset that prepares every student for the future is the bedrock of the district’s leadership.

As superintendent, he supports administrators and principals in their jobs and provides teachers autonomy to do what they need to do to prepare students to reach their highest potential.

Dr. Marschhausen has served as Superintendent in Residence at The Ohio State University since 2018, acting as a conduit between the K-12 education community and the college faculty.

He was appointed by Governor Kasich to the Ohio Digital Learning Task Force, has served on the Ohio Senate’s Testing and Accountability Committee and has testified many times before the Ohio General Assembly. 

Dr. Marschhausen earned his Bachelor of Arts in History/Political Science from Wittenberg University and his master’s degree from the University of Dayton. He earned his Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership from Capella University. 

John and his wife Susan, who teaches in the Dublin City Schools district, have two daughters. In his spare time, John enjoys running, swimming, reading, and spending time with his family.