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Cullman High School

Cullman, AL

Cullman High School

Cullman, AL

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Cullman High School, located in the city of Cullman, Alabama, is a shining example of a school that places equal importance on academic excellence and athletic achievement. With a strong focus on developing well-rounded individuals, Cullman High School offers a comprehensive range of athletics programs that cater to the diverse interests and talents of its students. The school's athletics programs, led by dedicated coaches and staff, foster a sense of teamwork, discipline, and sportsmanship among students. From football and basketball to soccer and track and field, Cullman High School provides ample opportunities for students to pursue their passion for sports and compete at the highest level. The school is a proud member of the state athletics association, ensuring that all athletic programs and competitions adhere to established guidelines and uphold the values of fair play and friendly rivalry. Cullman High School's commitment to athletics is evident in the school's state-of-the-art facilities, which provide students with the necessary resources to excel in their chosen sports. the school's emphasis on physical education and healthy living promotes overall wellness among students, reinforcing the belief that a healthy body and mind go hand in hand. Cullman High School's athletics programs undoubtedly play a crucial role in shaping the character and spirit of its students, preparing them not only for success on the field but also for life beyond graduation.


  • Cullman High School
  • 510 13th St Ne Cullman, AL 35055
  • Bearcats
  • Alabama High School Athletic Association
  • Wayne Trimble (Football, U. of Alabama); Wesley Britt (Football, U. of Alabama & NE Patriots); Morgan Smith (Actor, Wendy's Girl); Christina Chambers (Track & Sports Broadcasting); Kurt Heinecke (VeggieTales Music); Keegan Thompson (Baseball, Auburn U. & Chicago Cubs); Josh Rutledge, Baseball, Colorado Rockies & Boston Red Sox.
  • 11 - Cheerleading (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019); 7 - Women's Cross Country (1977, 1978, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1990, 1993); 5 - Baseball (2002, 2007, 2008, 2017, 2019); 3 - Slow Pitch Softball (1991, 1997, 1998); 2 - Men's Soccer (2002, 2016); 2 - Men's Cross Country Team (1972, 1973); 2 - Men's Cross Country Individual (1974 - Robert Arndt), (1999 - Chad Johnson); 2 - Women's Track & Field (1985, 1994); 2 - Women's Indoor Track & Field (1992, 1994); 2 - Men's Tennis (1978, 1979); 1 - Football (1962), 1 - Women's Gymnastic (1997); 1 - Men's Indoor Track & Field (1975); 1 - Men's Basketball (2022).


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