Pulaski Community School District is an above average, public school district located in Pulaski, WI. It has 3,672 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 45% of students are at least proficient in math and 42% in reading.
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Pulaski Community School District Reviews
My experience at The Pulaski Community School District has been nothing short of perfect. Pulaski High School has provided my with tons of opportunities in and out of the classroom. Outside of the classroom I have been fortunate enough to be able to play sports all four years of my high school career which has taught me a lot of things about leadership and working with others. Within the classroom Pulaski High School has allowed me to grow and thrive with it's many different course options. Without the access that I have to Pulaski's advanced placement programs I do not think that I would be as prepared as I am for college.
I liked how they changed their schedule to the flex mod. Each class is a different period every day and may not even have one class one day. The flex mod gives more of a diverse and a better opportunity to take more classes and experience different classroom environments. I would change some things around Pulaski like changing from IPads to computers. The tablets that Pulaski gave us don't help our education and most students search for computers to use and use the library as a resource because that is the only place with computers.
I loved all of the teachers I had throughout my years at Pulaski. I am very proud to call myself an alumni of Pulaski High School. I loved being a part of the choir and the musicals, leaving that made me sad and also proud to have been a part of that. I felt ready to go onto bigger and better things because of Pulaski. Everyone in this school district is caring and loving and they want all of the students to succeed. All of the teachers were there to help you be the best you could be which was very nice to have that support.