Headlines & Features

  • Prom 2020

    Prom 2020 was a night full of fun. Our students enjoyed the beauty of the location, the music and the fellowship. It was a wonderful time for everyone!

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  • Fair Queen Representative Chosen

    Presley Lafon was recently selected as the 2020 Fair Queen Representative for CHS. Presley will compete at the Cullman County Fair this fall.

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  • Miss Southerner Crowned

    Congratulations to Mary Elizabeth Barker. Mary Elizabeth was recently crowned CHS Miss Southerner 2020. She was one of over 20 beautiful young ladies who competed for the title.

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  • CHS Hosts Math Consortium

    Math teachers and administrators from Cullman City Schools, Muscle Shoals, Hartselle, Jasper, Athens, Arab, Vestavia Hills and Decatur met together at CHS to collaborate in a professional...Click the title above to read more.

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  • All That Jazz

    Congratulations to CHS Band student Jacob Dye for being selected to the Alabama Bandmasters Association All-State Jazz Band. Jacob traveled to Montgomery recently to...Click the title above to read more.

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  • SAFE Tags Now Seen at CHS

    SAFE tags are the newest initiative launched by CHS to meet the mental health needs of our students. The small tag can be clipped to a backpack or carried... Click the title above to read more & view the feature story on Fox 6.

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  • CHS Teacher of the Year Named

    CHS recently named the 2019 - 2020 Teacher of the Year. This year's selection is Mr. Wayne Cook! Mr. Cook is an integral part of our Fine Arts Department. His work with our Theatre Program has been remarkable. Congratulations to Mr. Cook for this recognition. It is well deserved!

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  • Tillman Donates Personal Collection

    Longtime, beloved Cullman High School Principal, Mr. John Tillman, stopped by CHS recently to donate all of his historical Cullman High School yearbooks to our Legacy Conference Room. Some of the yearbooks are embossed with his name and title. He signed each copy for us to have in our room of historical items. This is a real treasure for CHS!

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  • Homecoming Queen Crowned

    Lauren Skinner was recently crowned CHS Homecoming Queen, 2019. Congratulations Lauren, and all of the beautiful court.

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  • Evans Named First Runner Up

    Lauren Grade Evans was recently selected as first runner up in the Cullman County Fair Queen Pageant. We are very proud of Lauren Grace for being such an outstanding representative of Cullman High School.

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  • CHS Presented Beautification Award

    The 2019 Cullman County People Against a Littered State (PALS) Beautification Awards were presented recently to several area businesses, schools and civic organizations.

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  • First Responder Appreciation Night

    Cullman High School was proud to welcome our local agencies for First Responder Appreciation Night at Oliver Woodard Stadium. Captain Gene Bates and CPD Pilot Matt Dean flew in the U.S. Flag and the game ball. Click below to read more and see photos.

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  • Sullins Commits to Navy

    CHS senior running back, Jayden Sullins, recently announced that he has committed to The United States Naval Academy to play for the Midshipmen and Coach Ken Niumatalolo. After meeting with the coaches and touring the campus, Sullins knew

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  • CHS 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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  • Miss Southerner & Fair Queen

    Our 2019 Miss Southerner & Fair Queen representative were recently select from an outstanding group of lovely & talented young women. 2019 Miss Southerner is Kylie Hawkins. Fair Queen Representative is Lauren Grace Evans.

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  • CHS Best High Schools Ranking

    Cullman High School has, again, been selected as a top high school in the "U.S. News and World Report" Best High Schools in America. CHS consistently ranks among the best in the nation! We are proud of this accomplishment and wish to thank everyone who contributes to the success of our students!

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  • CHS Choir Performs in Dollywood

    The CHS Choir recently performed at Dollywood. This was a wonderful experience for our students. We are so proud of the work that they do to represent CHS. The choir is under the direction of Mrs. Sarah Jane Skinner.

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  • Drake Selected as Teacher of the Year

    Congratulations to Mr. John Drake for his selection as CHS Teacher of the Year. Mr. Drake currently serves as the Business and AP Computer Science teacher at Cullman High School. He also sponsors the Cullman High School Broadcast Network, a part of the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) Broadcast Network.

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  • CHS Hosts CCS Tech Expo

    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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  • CHS Broadcast Network Brings NW Regional Coverage

    The CHS Broadcast crew recently spent some time at WSCC for the NW Regional Basketball Tournament. The network was selected to broadcast the NW Regional games. Broadcasting events for the AHSAA at the tournament level is one of the reasons that CHSBN has been selected as the only ELITE Broadcast Network in Alabama.

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