- After-School Tutoring
- Student Government/Council
- Mentorship Program
- Girl Scouts
- National Junior Honor Society
Hard On The Work, Not On The Stakeholder
We Are Challenged, Loved and Prepared
We, the Pulaski Staff, will educate and empower every student, in our community, every day, to build a stronger Detroit.
All students will have the knowledge, skills, and confidence necessary to thrive in our city, our nation, our world.
Pulaski Elementary/Middle School is located about 13840 Lappin Street.
Casimir Pulaski for whom the school is named was a Polish American patriot who was born in 1747, some 40 miles outside of Warsaw, Poland. On George Washington’s recommendation the Continental Congress appointed Pulaski general of the American Cavalry during the American Revolutionary War. Pulaski wrote, “I came here, where freedom is being defended, to serve it and to live or die for it.” He died in 1779 fighting for American Independence at the Battle of Savannah in Georgia. The 32-year-old Polish Commander was buried at sea. We honor him as a solider of liberty for all.
Pulaski Elementary/Middle School is a great school for children to attend! We at Pulaski School take pride in working to meet and exceed expectations when it comes to providing our students with the tools, they need in order to be successful. Our high rate of qualified teachers, dedicated parents, and community involvement is the source to increasing academic achievement.
Pulaski is committed to educating and bringing out the best in our children and families. Our dynamic teachers and staff provide our children with a nurturing environment that allows them to flourish both academically and socially. WE CELEBRATE, CELEBRATE, CELEBRATE our students’ and teachers’ successes.