Fairview High School
As far as having an event in my life that I will never forget, yes I most defiantly have had an event like that. My first trip to six flags; it was beyond fun, embarrassing, but yet so comical.
My dad decided he wanted to take a summer vacation with six other people that are not including me and my dad, so that’s a total of eight people.
It was July 2004. It was one very hot summer. The trip was long and there was not enough room in the vehicle. I had a friend with me. We had been friends since I was three years old and she was four. The whole way to six flags we snacked and giggled about the most ironic things. Since we were so young and immature I’m 100% positive that we annoyed the adults.
When we finally arrived at our destination, which was our hotel. We didn’t bother unpacking at that exact moment because we were running out of daylight, and we wanted to go explore the rides and all the fun stuff. We didn’t ride any rides that day. We just walked around and got familiar with the place. We ate our dinner and went back to the hotel.
The following day we woke up bright and early. We ate our breakfast, and off to the rides we went. I was too scared to ride any roller coaster or any scary rides. My friend was always the brave, and I always got called the “chicken”. It didn’t bother me much because I knew I was being a chicken. Later that evening we went to white waters. I love water but not the heights. My dad made me ride this really big water slide, and of course I cried from the bottom of the stairs till the time I got on the ride. It was scary but the time I got to the end of the ride I was grinning from ear to ear.
The next morning we all woke up and went and had breakfast. Then went back to our room and packed our stuff, and on the road we went. We were home in no time. It seemed as if it took was longer to get there then it took us to get home. That was one of the most exciting events I have ever experienced. Not only was it fun and exciting because of the rides and the funny moments, but it was quality time with the family, which I think everyone enjoyed very much.
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