Agriculture (AGP)

This program is designed to prepare students for various jobs in local agriculture, business, and industry. Students learn skills in greenhouse and nursery operations, landscaping, seeding, transplanting and planting flowers, trees and shrubs, and grafting plants.

Automotive Service Technology (AUM & ASE)

Diagnose and repair the advanced computerized control systems on today’s vehicles. Train in tire, wheel alignment, battery, engine, brake,steering and suspension, power train and air conditioning service. Lubrication, cooling, fuel & exhaust, electrical, starting, charging and ignition systems, vehicle safety inspection & emission testing. Certified by NATEF, National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation.

Business Technology (BUS/ACT)


Child Development (CHD)

Completion of the Child Development Program provides students with a specialized quality education with the necessary knowledge and skills to become successful caregivers and administrators in early care and education programs or assistants in public school systems.

Computer Information Systems (CIS)


Criminal Justice (CRJ)

Police officers and detectives maintain law and order, collect evidence and information, and conduct investigations and surveillance. There is emphasis in forensic science and criminalistics, with special emphasis placed upon laboratory practices used to develop investigative evidence. Graduates go on to careers in such jobs as police officer, game warden, corrections officer or probation officer.

Culinary Arts (CUA)

Chefs, cooks, and food preparationworkers prepare, season, and cook a wide range of foods in a variety ofrestaurants and other food services establishments. Chefs and cooks create recipes and prepare meals, while food preparation workers peel and cut vegetables, trim meat, prepare poultry, and perform other duties such as keeping work areas clean and monitoring temperatures of ovens and stove tops.

Diesel Mechanics (DEM)


Drafting & Design Technology (DDT)


Electronics Technology (ILT)

The Electronics Technology program is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in diverse areas in the field of electronics with a solid foundation for early advancement and promotion.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS - Basic)

People’s lives often depend on the quickreaction and competent care of emergency medical technicians (EMTs) andparamedics—EMTs with additional advanced training to perform moredifficult pre-hospital medical procedures. EMTs and paramedics providevital medical attention as they care for and transport the sick orinjured to a medical facility.

Engineering Tech (ENT)


HVAC - Air Conditioning & Refrigeration (ACR & ASC)

Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems are diverse and consist of many different components. However, they all depend on the same mechanical, electricaland other scientific principles that allow these systems to perform thejobs that we depend on.

Machine Shop/Tool Technology (MSP/MTT)

Machinists use machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and machining centers to produce precision metal parts. Although they may produce large quantities of one part, precision machinists often produce small batches or one-of-a-kind items. They use their knowledge of the working properties of metals and theirskill with machine tools to plan and carry out the operations needed tomake machined products that meet precise specifications.

Medical Assisting Technology (MAT)

Medical assistants perform medical assisting procedures, laboratory procedures, and basic radiographic techniques, usually in a physician’s office or clinic. Because they deal with the public, they must be able to put patients at ease and explain physicians’ instructions while ensuring the confidential nature of medical information.


Medical Coding

Medical Transcription (MTR)


Office Administration (OAD)


Patient Care Specialist (PCT)


Pharmacy Technician (PHM)

The Pharmacy Technology curriculum prepares students to function as health care professionals in both retail and institutional pharmacies.  Students may be employed in chain drug stores, independent pharmacies, mail order pharmacies, hospital pharmacies and medical clinics.  Other career opportunities may include employment with state healthcare agencies and prescription benefit management companies.

Polysomnographic Technology (PSG)

Polysomnography is a study of sleep cycles and behavior, usually doneovernight in a sleep center. This study involves observing a person atsleep while continuously charting brain waves, muscle activity,breathing, eye movements, and heart rhythms. This study allows doctors to track the different stages of sleep, called non rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, which is associated with dreaming. The test can track other characteristics of sleep, such as the number of times the patient awakens. It can also evaluate anyabnormal sleeping behaviors, such as sleepwalking or nightmares. Inaddition, the study can evaluate sleeping disorders. A sleep study may also be done to help set up treatment for sleep-related breathing disorders or to show why a treatment is not working.

Welding (WDT)

Learn a multitude of welding processes applicable to many metal fabrication industries. Training covers blueprint reading, metal fabrication, oxy fuel gas, air carbon and plasma arc cutting, set up & inspection techniques.  Shielded metal, gas metal, gas tungsten & flux cored arc welding procedures are covered. This program is certified by the American Welding Society.

Notice of Non-discrimination

The Cullman County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

April Tucker (Title IX Coordinator)

PO Box 1590

Cullman, AL 35056

Tiffanye Mitchell (504 Coordinator)

17600 US Hwy 31 N

Cullman, AL 35058


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