About Our School

Pulaski High School is located on South St.  Augustine Street in the village of Pulaski. It has been in existence since the early 1900s. The mission at Pulaski High School is to provide high levels of learning for each student. This means that we continually strive to provide a safe environment and the very best education with regard to the academic, social, and emotional needs of each student. It is our goal to prepare each Pulaski High School student for whichever career path they choose

Quick Facts

  • School time: 7:30 a.m.-2:55 p.m.
  • Grades: 9-12
  • Staff Members: Approximately 125
  • Student Enrollment: Approximately 1,100

High School Fact Sheet

School History

Pulaski High School’s first place of existence was in the current Glenbrook Elementary building in the early 1900s. Many additions were made throughout the 1950s as the population grew.

In 1975, it became clear to school district administrators that the building could no longer accommodate the rapidly increasing student population. Thus, the building became Glenbrook Elementary and the high school moved to where the current Pulaski Community Middle School stands. This move allowed for more classrooms, shop areas, an auditorium, a large gymnasium, and a swimming pool.

Once again due to rapidly increasing population, school district administrators realized that a larger high school was necessary. A referendum was passed in 1998 to build the current high school. It was built in 1999. Students who attend Pulaski High School tend to come from the Pulaski Community Middle School.

School Highlights


  • 32nd Best High School in Wisconsin - 2015 U.S. News Rankings
  • 2014 and 2013 Silver Medal School - U.S. News Rankings
  • 2008 Bronze Medal School - U.S. News Rankings
  • School Report Card: 77 (exceeds expectations)
  • 15 Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered
  • Five college credit classes offered through St. Norbert and UW-Green Bay
  • Six pre-engineering (Project Lead the Way) courses offered
  • 26 Advanced Standing (Articulated) and Transcripted Credit Courses offered through NWTC
  • ACT average is above state and national averages (2013)
  • Pulaski average: 23.2
  • State of Wisconsin average: 22.2
  • National average: 21.0
  • Over $1,000,000 of scholarships given to seniors each year


  • 2022 - Band and Choir perform at Disney World; Choir sings at the Green Bay Gamblers Game
  • 2019  - Choir and Band Performance at Carnegie Hall in NYC; Band marches in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
  • 2017, 2012 and 2007: Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California in which the marching band was the Midwest representative
  • 2015: Brewer Game National Anthem and performance
  • 2014: Lambeau Field Halftime Show
  • 2003: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, New York, in which the marching band was the Midwest representative
  • 2005 and 2001: Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida in which the marching band was the midwest representative

     Extra-curricular activities and athletics

  • Nearly 45 clubs and 18 athletics to be involved in
  • Nearly 600 students are active and involved in a club
  • Nearly 500 students participate in sports

     More Highlights

  • Oneida language class

School Programs

School Technology

  • SMARTBoards in every grade level classroom
  • iPads, Chromebooks, and other digital devices available for checkout through the HUB (PHS library)
  • Online parent communication via Skyward Student
  • Computer labs and multiple mobile labs for large group instruction
  • District-wide Google Apps used for District collaboration
  • WiFi available throughout school for students, parents, and community members
  • Daily announcements available online for student, parent, and community access

Logo of Best High Schools U.S News Silver

Specialized Programs

  • 5 college credit courses through UW-Green Bay and St. Norbert College
  • St. Norbert English
  • St. Norbert Calculus 1
  • St. Norbert Calculus 2
  • UW-Green Bay Spanish
  • UW-Green Bay French

6 PLTW Courses

15 AP Courses

  • AP Art History
  • AP Statistics
  • AP Calculus 1 AB
  • AP Calculus 2 BC
  • AP Computer Science
  • AP Music Theory
  • AP Physics
  • AP Physics 2
  • AP Biology
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Environmental Science
  • AP European History
  • AP U.S. History
  • AP Psychology
  • AP Human Geography