Cullman City Schools is a highly rated, public school district located in Cullman, AL. It has 3,094 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 17 to 1. According to state test scores, 71% of students are at least proficient in math and 59% in reading.
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Cullman City Schools Reviews
I have lived in Cullman all of my life, and although my parents nor other family are from here, I feel like I have genuine history with this town. It is an ancient gem, Cullman is. A perfect town to raise a family, and I am so happy to have lived my childhood years in Cullman and gone to school in the Cullman City Schools district. The schools are really nice and educational, not to mention the super sweet staff and administrators. The only thing I wish they'd change is some of the rules at the Cullman High School as well as the Middle school, but also add a rule. The dress code should lighten up a little and not be as strict, and foul, profane, and rude language should not be tolerated at all. For a girl who has grown up hearing one or two cuss words throughout her entire life time, I heard every cuss word in the book used very harshly hundred of times during my years in the middle and high school.
Cullman High SChool offers a great education. Within Cullman High, there are several learning opportunities that provide skills needed both inside and outside of the classroom. I have this particular rating because I feel that though Cullman High thrives in academics, the atmosphere is not suitable for some people. I also feel that there is a lot of influence about being yourself, but with the dress code the school has this is extremely difficult.
I have gone to Cullman ever since I started at the Cullman City Primary School when I was 5. I have honestly loved every minute of it. Granted, when I got to high school, there were some bumps along the way, but don't all high school students have some? Regardless of the struggles I have faced, the friends that I have grown up with and the amazing teachers that have helped me along the way have easily made up for those minor bumps. I love Cullman and always will. Go Bearcats!