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Cullman Christian School taking steps toward accreditation

CULLMAN - Cullman Christian School (CCS) has applied for accreditation with AdvancED, the governing body of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

“This is a significant step for Cullman Christian School,” said CCS Principal, Dr. Wayne Williams. “SACS accreditation will ensure that we have a process in place for continuous improvement as we work to provide our students with a rigorous curriculum taught from a Christian worldview.  Accreditation will provide evidence of the quality of education that takes place every day at CCS.”

To earn accreditation, a school must:  document fulfillment of accreditation standards, policies and procedures of AdvancED; host an external review team; engage in continuous improvement; and submit regular accreditation reports. 

CCS is an independent Christian school in its 11th year of operation.  The school currently serves 107 students in grades K4 through 12th grade and meets in facilities provided through a lease agreement with Seventh Street Baptist Church.

“I believe there is a more of a need for distinctively Christian education than ever before,” added Williams. “We want to provide a Christian environment for students where they can learn, grow and strive to become everything that the Lord has planned for them to be.”    

For enrollment information, contact CCS at 256-734-0734 or visit the school’s website, www.cullmanchristian.org.

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