Mt. Pulaski is served by the Mt. Pulaski Community School District 23. The district boasts of good schools, dedicated teachers, and an abundance of scholastic and athletic programs to help children develop educationally, physically, and socially.
Home of the Hilltoppers, Mt. Pulaski High School is located at 206 South Main Street in Mt. Pulaski. The school's major sports programs include basketball, track, volleyball, baseball, softball, soccer, football (co-op with Lutheran School Association in Decatur) and swimming (co-op with Lincoln High School in Lincoln). Mt. Pulaski High School offers students opportunities to participate in a number of several activities and clubs including:
• Class Officers
• Student Council
• Spirit Squad
• Spanish Club
• Art Club
• Marching Band / Pep Band
• Scholastic Bowl
• National Honor Society
• Science Olympiad
• Prom Committee
Mt. Pulaski High School includes grades 9 through 12.
Home of the Bruins and the Honeybears, Mt. Pulaski Grade School is located at 119 North Garden Street in Mt. Pulaski. Major sports program includes baseball, softball, volleyball, track and basketball. The school has a faculty and staff of about 50. The elementary school teaches students P-8.
Zion Lutheran School is a Christian Parochial School, grades Toddler (2's) through 8th Grade. It is part of the mission of Zion Lutheran Church. It exists to provide an excellent education opportunity in a Christ-centered environment preparing children to be Christian Leaders of Tomorrow.