Photo Courtesy: Pulaski Community School District – Bob Van Enkenvoort
The Pulaski School District is keeping status quo when it comes to preparing students for college.
In 2017, graduates finished higher than the state average in college readiness scores. The measurement includes English, math, reading and science performance. Results show that Pulaski finished higher than state average in English, Math, Reading and Science.
“If this is an indication of college readiness, we believe this shows the Pulaski students who graduated last spring left here ready for the rigors of college academics,” said Pulaski High School Principal Jeremy Pach.
The Pulaski Community School District continues to emphasize the need for all students to develop college and work ready skills to better prepare students for life after high school, according to a press release from the district.