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The pursuit of academic excellence is a fine feature that many Pullman residents feel help make this an enriched community. Award winning programs and options for year-round study are provided! Please call or visit the following schools online for curriculum and enrollment information:

PRESCHOOLS & CHILD CARE Boost Collaborative, Children & Family Services (509) 332-4420 / Building Blocks Child Care Center, Inc. (509) 332-0161 / Child Care Aware of Eastern Washington (509) 335-7625 / Community Action Center (509) 334-9147 / Community Child Care Center (509) 332-7005 / Community Child Care Head Start (509) 334-9290 / Concordia Lutheran Preschool (509) 332-2830 / preschool.htm Montessori School of Pullman (509) 334-4114 / Pullman Christian School Childcare Center (509) 332-3545 / Sunnyside Preschool & Child Care Center (509) 334-9097 / facebook The Learning Center Inc. (509) 334-1234 / WSU Children’s Center (509) 335-8847 / YMCA of the Palouse (509) 332-3524 /

PUBLIC SCHOOLS Pullman School District (509) 332-3581 / Franklin Elementary (509) 334-5641 Jefferson Elementary (509) 332-2617 Sunnyside Elementary (509) 334-1800 Kamiak Elementary coming 2018 Lincoln Middle School (509) 334-3411 Pullman High School (509) 332-1551

PRIVATE SCHOOLS Logos School (208) 882-1226 / Pullman Christian School (509) 332-3545 /


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COLLEGES Spokane Falls Community College, Pullman Center "The Spokane Falls Community College Pullman Campus offers a full selection of course work, both on-ground and online, needed to earn an AA transfer degree. Our many student clubs give our students leadership opportunities and help develop those vital "soft skills" required in today's competitive job markets.Students may choose to belong to one or many of our active, student-directed clubs, such as Gaming club, Diversity club, Film and Photo club, and Student Government. SFCC Pullman also offers an extremely successful and popular Adult Basic Education program.The program includes GED preparation, high school completion, basic English, computer basics, and college preparation. The Pullman Campus offers a number of on-line certifications and AAS degrees as well as our outstanding and cost-effective Running Start Program. SFCC Pullman is dedicated to community growth, and throughout the year we offer a number of workshops and events open to the public. Please visit our webpage to learn more about our programs and up-coming events." (509) 332-2706 / Washington State University Riveting guest speakers. Thought-provoking art exhibits. Exciting Pac12 sporting events. Popular and classical entertainment. A golf course listed among the nation's best.
 Not to mention highly ranked academic programs and world-class professors dedicated to the success of their students.
 Those are just a few of the attractions of Washington State University, one of the top public research institutions in the nation. Whether you’re seeking a degree to ensure your future success, a big-time concert, or world-famous Cougar Gold cheese, check out Washington State.
 More than 20,000 students are currently enrolled at the scenic 620-acre Pullman campus who can choose from approximately 200 academic fields of study. The campus features modern classrooms, libraries, and laboratories equipped with some of the most up-to-date technology available in the country. The Student Recreation Center has earned national raves for its facilities and offers more than 200 pieces of cardio and weight equipment. 
 To discover WSU for yourself, take a campus tour. Tours are available Monday-Friday plus Saturday mornings during the academic year (excluding holidays). For more information Admissions (509) 335-4980 or (888) GO-TO-WSU (888) 468-6978 Athletic events (800) GO-COUGS Beasley Coliseum events (509) 335-3525

Pullman Activities Guide 2017  

Pullman Activities Guide 2017