West Point High School
Blind is Pain
If you’re alive, you know you have to see.
Everyone, though, is different from me.
I always hear how people talk about stuff and others.
I feel left out, because I can’t see color.
If just one day I could see like the rest
That one and only day, it would be the best.
When I was born, dark is all I saw
I was so sad, the tears began to fall.
I couldn’t see, I could only hear the noise
From a hurt little kid, I began to hear a voice.
Something kept telling me it would be alright
I cried out, NO! because even in the day it seems like night.
I want to be normal for once in my life
The sight of not seeing brings only pain and strife.
Every day I wake up and it’s dark
I hear children’s voices, and the dog bark.
My life is sad, it feels washed down the drain
That’s why every day I say being blind is pain.
Victory at Hanceville High School
Our school, Hanceville High, has experienced many victories in the past year.
National Merit Scholarship Program names CHS seniors semifinalist
Dr. Elton Bouldin, principal of Cullman High School, is pleased to announce three National Merit Semifinalists from the CHS Class of 2012: They are Josh Oanca, Meghan McLeroy, and Stats Hogeland.
Pitts' valedictorian speech at Hanceville High School
Good morning! Okay, so, how am I supposed to start this thing? Oh yeah! Dearly beloved, we are gathered here to celebrate the unification and matrimony of… Wait! That’s how you begin a wedding.
- 2011 Special Olympics
Holly Pond High School – Valedictorian Speech
Congratulations Class of 2011.
Holly Pond High School - Salutatorian Speech
Good evening administrators, teachers, families, friends, and fellow classmates.
Holly Pond High School - Class President Speech
Ms. Butler, Mr. Miller, faculty and staff, parents, family, and my fellow classmates of the class of 2011:
- Community came together - Cullman County schools
- We are Cullman - Cullman City Schools
- Personal Ritual by Kayla Willingham
- More Blackboard Headlines
- Victory at Hanceville High School