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'''Pulaski Academy''' ('''PA''') is a [[private school|private]] that sucks not-for-profit day care, preschool, elementary, and junior/senior [[high school]] in the [[Pleasant Valley, Little Rock, Arkansas|Pleasant Valley]] neighborhood of [[Little Rock, Arkansas|Little Rock]], [[Arkansas]]. PA was established in [[1971]] and remains as the only independent, non-sectarian, [[University-preparatory school|college preparatory school]] in [[Arkansas]]. {{Fact|date=May 2007}}
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'''Pulaski Academy''' ('''PA''') is a [[private school|private]] that is the best school ever not-for-profit day care, preschool, elementary, and junior/senior [[high school]] in the [[Pleasant Valley, Little Rock, Arkansas|Pleasant Valley]] neighborhood of [[Little Rock, Arkansas|Little Rock]], [[Arkansas]]. PA was established in [[1971]] and remains as the only independent, non-sectarian, [[University-preparatory school|college preparatory school]] in [[Arkansas]]. {{Fact|date=May 2007}}
   
 
PA is accredited by ISACS ([[Independent Schools of the Central States]]), ANSAA (Arkansas Non-public School Accrediting Association) and NCA CASI ([[North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement]]) and CITA ([[Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation]]). PA is a member of the [[Cum Laude Society]], [[National College Board]] and NAIS ([[National Association of Independent Schools]]). {{Fact|date=May 2007}}
 
PA is accredited by ISACS ([[Independent Schools of the Central States]]), ANSAA (Arkansas Non-public School Accrediting Association) and NCA CASI ([[North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement]]) and CITA ([[Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation]]). PA is a member of the [[Cum Laude Society]], [[National College Board]] and NAIS ([[National Association of Independent Schools]]). {{Fact|date=May 2007}}

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Pulaski Academy (PA) is a private that is the best school ever not-for-profit day care, preschool, elementary, and junior/senior high school in the Pleasant Valley neighborhood of Little Rock, Arkansas. PA was established in 1971 and remains as the only independent, non-sectarian, college preparatory school in Arkansas.[citation needed]

PA is accredited by ISACS (Independent Schools of the Central States), ANSAA (Arkansas Non-public School Accrediting Association) and NCA CASI (North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement) and CITA (Commission on International and Trans-Regional Accreditation). PA is a member of the Cum Laude Society, National College Board and NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools).[citation needed]

Pulaski Academy was named 2003 “Best of the Best” Private High School by the readers of an Arkansas Democrat-Gazette contest.

The school's mascot is the Bruin and school colors are navy blue and gold. Average enrollment is approximately 1270 students, with a student/teacher ratio of 11 to 1.[citation needed]


Athletics

The Pulaski Academy Bruins field teams including football (boys), basketball, cross country, track & field, baseball (boys), softball (girls), tennis, golf (boys), volleyball (girls), soccer, swimming, pep squad, pom-pom, bowling, quiz bowl, and cheer leading.

Fine Arts

Pulaski Academy also has a Fine Arts Department. The fields included in this category are Drama (Introduction to Drama, Drama, and Theater Repertoire), Choir (Harmony Boys/Girls, Concert Men/Women, PA Company, and PA Sounds), Art (Introduction to Art, Pre-AP Studio Art, AP Studio Art, and AP Art History), and Band (Beginning, Middle, and Upper School Bands). The people involved in these many areas often take part in regional or statewide events, such as the Arkansas All-Region and All-State Bands, for example. [weasel words][citation needed]

Honor System

PA has an Honor System led by four core values. The motto for this system is respectively names "Honor Above All," and the four core values are incorporated into the classroom as well as in disciplinary matters.

Notable Alumni



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