Pupils per teacher
Pulaski County High School is one of 14 schools in the Pulaski County district of Kentucky.
A relatively large school, it has an enrolment of 1,191 students from 9th Grade to 12th Grade and is classified as a regular school.
In recent years, the number of teachers has remained static while the pupil population has remained static in a similar timeframe.
An average teaching salary at Pulaski County High School is $48,045, which is lower than the Kentucky state average of $53,125.
Funding per pupil
Title I eligible school
Title I provides extra money to schools that have a large number of students from low income families. Roughly 50,000 schools receive money through Title I.
Reduced price lunches
The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) provides free and reduced price meals for students. In 2016, 30.4 million children received meals through the program.
|School||Number of pupils||Funding per pupil||Pupil teacher ratio||Average teacher salary||Diversity index|
|Northern Middle School||861||$7,285||17.94||$46,063||0.11|
|Hopkins Elementary School||656||$8,487||16.4||$49,775||0.33|
|Meece Middle School||486||$8,727||15.33||$50,317||0.27|
|Somerset High School||518||$9,618||14.11||$51,653||0.22|
|Memorial Education Center||225||$4,855||0.19|
|Number of pupils||861|
|Funding per pupil||$7,285|
|Pupil teacher ratio||17.94|
|Average teacher salary||$46,063|
|Number of pupils||656|
|Funding per pupil||$8,487|
|Pupil teacher ratio||16.4|
|Average teacher salary||$49,775|
|Number of pupils||486|
|Funding per pupil||$8,727|
|Pupil teacher ratio||15.33|
|Average teacher salary||$50,317|
|Number of pupils||518|
|Funding per pupil||$9,618|
|Pupil teacher ratio||14.11|
|Average teacher salary||$51,653|
|Number of pupils||225|
|Funding per pupil||$4,855|
|Pupil teacher ratio|
|Average teacher salary|
Out of 1191 students, with a diversity index of 0.08
9th Grade - 12th Grade: 6 hours
Kindergarten: 170 days
1st Grade - 11th Grade: 170 days
12th Grade: 170 days