Education and Libraries

Pulaski County takes pride in the excellent schools educating our youth, our strong Purdue Extension program, and fantastic local libraries. Ivy Tech Community College has locations in three neighboring counties; two-year Ancilla College is near Plymouth, to the northeast. The University of Notre Dame, Valparaiso University, Indiana University – South Bend, Purdue University, and Purdue University – Northwest are all within two hours of Pulaski County.

The Pulaski Alliance for Community Education and the Community Foundation of Pulaski County provide financial and coordination support for many educational opportunities.

N.b. In addition to the schools located in Pulaski County, two other corporations serve Pulaski County residents. Students from Rich Grove  and northern Cass Townships live in the North Judson-San Pierre school district, and Tippecanoe Township is part of the Culver Community Schools Corporation.

Eastern Pulaski Community Schools

711 School Drive Winamac, Indiana 46996 Dara Chezem, Superintendent 574-946-4010 (Office) 574-946-4520 (Facsimile) EPCSC Website Dep’t of Ed. Compass page School Campus 715-815 School Drive Winamac, Indiana…

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West Central Schools

1850 South U.S. 421 PO Box 578 Francesville, Indiana 47946 Dr. Cathy Rowe, Superintendent 219-567-9161 (Office) 219-567-9761 (Facsimile) WCSC Website Dep’t of Ed. Compass page School Campus…

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Adult Learning Center

The Pulaski County Adult Learning Center (PCALC), operated by the Center of Workforce Innovations (CWI), offers the Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC™; GED replacement), Adult Basic Education,…

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Purdue Extension Pulaski County

A network of colleges, universities, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture serving communities and counties across America, Cooperative Extension Service is one of the nation’s largest providers…

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Francesville – Salem Township Public Library

Formal organization of the Francesville-Salem Township Public Library took place on 15 May 1915. The Carnegie Corporation provided $9,000 for the construction of a joint town-township library…

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Pulaski County Public Library

The Winamac Public Library opened in 1905 in a small reading room in downtown. In 1915, the Library received a grant from the Carnegie Corporation to finance…

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Monterey – Tippecanoe Township Public Library

On 10 December 1916, a library board was established. In April 1917, the Carnegie Corporation offered the $5,000 donation if a deed for the ground could be…

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