MPS, Carmen exploring potential strategic partnership at Pulaski Campus
Joint statement from Milwaukee Board of School Directors President Dr. Michael Bonds and Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Darienne Driver
- Pulaski High School offers an automotive and automotive engineering program recognized as the best in the city. It also has a strong bilingual program and the right leadership and team of educators to achieve stronger student outcomes under this partnership. This partnership would enhance educational opportunities for Pulaski students.
- Carmen High School of Science and Technology has a 100% college acceptance rate and was ranked by the Washington Post in 2015 as the Most Challenging High School in Wisconsin. Carmen, a non-selective MPS charter school, would be open to all students, as is true at its other two campuses within MPS. This partnership will provide a home for some of the many students currently on Carmen’s 9th grade wait list.
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