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Cullman County School District

P O Box 1590, Cullman, AL 23219

(256) 734-2933

The Cullman County School District is located in Cullman, AL and includes 29 schools that serve 9,991 students in grades PK through 12.   More

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  • Name

    Type

    Grade
    Level

    Enrollment

    TestRating

  • West Point Middle School

    4545 County Rd 1141
    Vinemont, AL 35179

    Public

    6-8

    400

  • Parkside Elementary School

    12431 AL Hwy 69 North
    Baileyton, AL 35019

    Public

    K-8

    398

  • Cold Springs High School

    9010 County Rd 109
    Bremen, AL 35033

    Public

    7-12

    388

  • Good Hope Middle School

    216 Good Hope School Rd
    Cullman, AL 35057

    Public

    6-8

    334

  • Fairview Middle School

    841 Welcome Rd
    Cullman, AL 35058

    Public

    6-8

    320

  • Harmony School

    4910 County Rd 940
    Logan, AL 35098

    Public

    PK-8

    297

  • Showing 1 - 6 of 11 middle schools
  • West Point High School

    4314 County Rd 1141
    Cullman, AL 35057

    Public

    9-12

    590

  • Fairview High School

    841 Welcome Rd
    Cullman, AL 35058

    Public

    9-12

    470

  • Good Hope High School

    210 Good Hope School Rd
    Cullman, AL 35057

    Public

    9-12

    412

  • Hanceville High School

    801 Commercial St
    Hanceville, AL 35077

    Public

    9-12

    396

  • Cold Springs High School

    9010 County Rd 109
    Bremen, AL 35033

    Public

    7-12

    388

  • Holly Pond High School

    160 New Hope Rd
    Holly Pond, AL 35083

    Public

    9-12

    343

  • Showing 1 - 6 of 10 high schools

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