Holly Pond, Alabama

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Holly Pond is a town in Cullman County, Alabama, United States. As of 2000 the town's population was 645.


People from Holly Pond

Corporate in Holly Pond

Holly Pond has a number of businesses that operate out of the small town. The regional petroleum and gas corporation Jet-Pep was started and is now headquartered in Holly Pond. Jet-Pep has gas stations statewide.


Holly Pond High School is the town's main high school for grades 9-12. As of 2008, enrollment is 276 students and the principal is Kim Butler. The school's mascot is a Bronco.

Holly Pond Middle School is the town's middle school for grades 6-8. It was established in 2008 by the Cullman County Board of Education. The current principal is Chuck Gambrill.

Holly Pond Elementary School is the town's elementary school for grades K-5. The current principal is Karen Sparks.

All schools are part of the Cullman County Board of Education. They all share one campus in central Holly Pond.


Holly Pond is located at 34°10′29″N 86°37′1″W / 34.17472°N 86.61694°W / 34.17472; -86.61694 (34.174657, -86.617004)[1].

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