Cullman City Schools is one of 132 school districts in the state of Alabama. Cullman is located just east of the intersection of Interstate 65 and US Highway 278 about halfway between Huntsville and Birmingham. The city of Cullman has been selected by Bloomberg Businessweek as one of the best places in Alabama to raise children. Cullman has also been ranked the second highest micropolitan in the nation for the past two years, according to Site Selection Magazine.
The school system has over 3,000 students in five schools. The schools are Cullman High School (Grades 9-12), Cullman Middle School (Grades 7-8), East Elementary School (Grades 2-6), West Elementary School (Grades 2-6), and Cullman City Primary School (Grades K-1). Cullman City Schools also hosts the Cullman City Head Start Program at our Primary School. To access contact information for our schools, use the Our Schools link under the About Us tab.
Our school system consistently ranks in the top school systems in College ACT scores as well as in the state of Alabama.
New SMART Interactive Panels will be installed in many EES, WES and CCPS classrooms beginning today. This will continue our recent effort to transition from our aging SMART Interactive Whiteboards, many of which are nearing end of life, to a new interactive panel format. Acquisition of these new interactive panels is possible, in part, by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Grant.
Be sure to get the official CCS app today from Google Play or the Apple Store. You can have quick and easy access to news, calendars, menus, student information and more! Parents can sign in to get student-specific data. Your login information will be delivered to you via the parent email associated with your student.
EES recently received the outstanding honor of being named a Blue Ribbon Lighthouse School of Excellence for the second time.
CCS Counselors recently attended the 3rd annual Alabama School Counselors Association Critical Issues for Alabama Schools Workshop. The workshop was held on the campus of Birmingham-Southern College. Alabama schools are dealing with increasingly critical issues.