Newsweek has identified Cullman High School for inclusion in their “2013 America’s Best High Schools” listing. Each year Newsweek and The Daily Beast analyze data from thousands of high schools to find the country’s best. For the last two years, Newsweek and The Daily Beast have searched for the nation’s best high schools using a simple concept: find the ones that best prepare students for college. Factors considered in the selection process are aligned with indicators of college readiness and include graduation rates, scores on college entrance exams, participation and scores in college-level classes via Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs, and acceptance into a two- or four-year college program.
      Only about five percent of the more than 36,000 public and private high schools in the nation are included on this prestigious national listing. Newsweek identified twenty Alabama high schools as America’s Best High Schools from the more than 360 public secondary high schools located in the state. The Cullman High School instructional team and students are to be commended for this national accolade that affirms our students are well prepared for the future - college and career ready.

Welcome to Cullman High School

On behalf of the Cullman High School Instructional Team,
 I welcome you to the CHS Homepage.  We believe that it is important to communicate and live by our mission statement - Inspiring Students for Lifelong Success!  Our purpose statement is to prepare youth to be well-adjusted citizens who make positive contributions to a democratic society. The commitment of Cullman High School is to provide a learning environment and school program that will foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development of each child to his/her greatest potential. The curriculum must be sound in academic requirements, stress the basic skills, include an awareness of the technologies of an ever-changing world, develop vocational skills, and foster an appreciation of the fine arts. Each individual should be afforded the opportunity to develop an open mind, inquiring attitude, positive self-esteem, and healthy lifestyle in order to think creatively, critically, and analytically and to become a constructive, independent citizen with self-worth and dignity. 

Each student is recognized as an individual with varying needs, interests, learning capacities, talents, and aspirations. The curricula and extra-curricular must be adapted and a variety of teaching methods and materials must be utilized in order to meet individual needs.  Physical, emotional, and social needs can best be met by maintaining a well-disciplined student body in a peaceful, attractive environment. The school should serve as a center for the educational, recreational, and cultural interests of the community. It prepares young people to take their places in the life of the community as worthwhile, contributing citizens, to occupy places of leadership, and to perpetuate the principles of the American way of life. The school and the community should work together to accomplish these endeavors

Dr. Elton Bouldin

What's Happening
Dr. Bouldin's Newsletter (Week of December 15)
Posted on 12/15/2014
Semester Exam Schedule
Posted on 12/05/2014
Yearbook Ordering Link
Posted on 09/29/2014
CHS Named One of America's Best High Schools
Posted on 09/02/2014