Cullman City Schools

Character, Citizenship, Scholarship

Welcome to Cullman City Schools

  • 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 as one of the top school systems in College ACT scores in the state of Alabama.



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District News

  • CHS and CCPS Traffic Pattern Change

    Traffic patterns for CHS and CCPS will be changing for the 2019 - 2020 school year. The Cullman Police Department has made detailed information available for our families. Click the READ MORE button below to access this important information.

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  • Johnson Named CMS Principal

    Jake Johnson has been named the new principal for Cullman Middle School. Mr. Johnson has been serving CCS as the Career & Technical Education and Federal Programs Coordinator. He has also been a teacher & asst. principal at Cullman High School. Mr. Johnson takes over for Lane Hill who recently accepted a position at a private school in Huntsville. (Photo credit: The Cullman Times)

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  • 2019-2020 Enrollment

    Information about student registration for the 2019-2020 school year: This year, registration will be completed online through PowerSchool Registration. You should receive an information sheet that will contain instructions and login information to update any contact, medical, and other information about your student(s). This process needs to be completed online no later than July 22nd. If you are unable to complete the online registration process, you will need to visit your child's school.

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  • Mayberry & Drake Are Teachers of the Year

    Salena Mayberry and John Drake were selected as Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year for Cullman City Schools. The two were chosen from their colleagues who were selected as Teachers of the Year at their local schools. Congratulations to these two exceptional teachers!

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  • Shaddix Named School Counselor of the Year

    Congratulations to Mrs. Elizabeth Shaddix for her recognition as Alabama School Counselor of the Year. She was recognized at the February Alabama State Board of Education meeting. Mrs. Shaddix is the counselor at West Elementary School.

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  • Superintendent's Newsletter

    The Superintendent's Weekly Newsletter provides a glimpse into the happenings on the campuses of Cullman City Schools. You can view the most recent and past newsletters here.

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  • CCS Tech Expo 2019

    The CCS Tech Department presented the 2019 Tech Expo for teachers returning from their holiday break last week. There were 39 sessions available during the half day event. Teachers from within the system and guest presenters from across the state provided

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  • Eva Rd Closure

    EVA ROAD CLOSING: Eva Road will be closed beginning November 5, 2018, for an undetermined amount of time for repairs to the bridge across Bridge Creek.

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  • Peachjar

    Cullman City Schools will soon begin using Peachjar. Peachjar will provide digital flyers to parents with important information about afterschool & school-related activities. Parents will be able to view district-approved flyers via email or on the school website. Visit each school's website homepage to access school specific flyers.

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  • Google Level 2 Certification Coming to CCS

    District Technology Coordinator Michael Fowlkes, along with Technology Integration Specialists Aimee Bates and Sharon Drake, began the process for Level 2 Google Certification recently. They attended Google Certified Educator Level 2 Bootcamp in Homewood. They will be

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  • CCS Named 10th Best School District in State

    Niche has ranked CULLMAN City Schools #10 among all districts in the State. “The 2019 Best School Districts rankings in Alabama is based on what Niche labeled as a rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents

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  • Johnson Moves to District Position

    Former CHS Assistant Principal, Jake Johnson, is now the Career & Technical Education and Federal Programs Coordinator for Cullman City Schools.

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  • Traffic Flow for 2018 - 2019

    Cullman City Schools and Cullman Police Department have implemented the following traffic routes in order to help reduce traffic congestion around the Primary, Middle and High Schools. The following routes will go into effect on the first day of school.

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  • Fowlkes Returns to CCS

    Michael Fowlkes has returned to Cullman City Schools to rejoin the Technology Department, but this time he is in a new role. He is our new Information Technology Manager.

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  • Premier Bank Awards Innovation Grants

    One of Cullman City Schools' outstanding community partners, Premier Bank, recently presented three innovation grant awards to teachers at EES, WES and CCPS.

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CCS Announcements

  • Please be sure that you have completed online registration for your student prior to school starting. Doing so helps us ensure that we have the correct contact information for your student as well as reducing the paperwork you complete at the beginning of the year.
    If you have already completed online registration, we want to say "Thank you!"
    If you have not completed online registration yet, you should find your student's SnapCode in an email. If you are unable to find the email, please contact your child's school to receive this information.
    We are looking forward to a great start to the 2019-2020 school year! Be sure to check the Cullman City Schools webpage for open house times as well as traffic updates around Cullman High School and Cullman City Primary School.
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  • CCS Student Registration

    If you have not completed the Powerschool registration process for your student using their assigned snapcode, please complete this process immediately. If you have questions about Powerschool or your student's snapcode please contact the appropriate school registrar for information. 


     

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  • Free and Reduced Meal Applications 
    All Free and Reduced Meal Application should be completed online.
    Click here to access the online application.


     

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  • Community Members
    You can receive emergency and news notifications from Cullman City Schools by signing up at the Blackboard Notification sign-up link below. 
    CCS Blackboard Notifications


     

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  • Get the CCS App  

    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.

    Student info feature of CCS App

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