Lancaster City Schools Invites Nominations for the
Lancaster High School Hall of Fame
LANCASTER, Ohio – Lancaster City Schools is currently accepting nominations for induction into the Lancaster High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. The district invites you to carefully consider and thoughtfully suggest graduates whose accomplishments deserve distinction through an online form.
“Lancaster High School has successfully established a long-standing tradition of academic and athletic excellence,” said LCS Superintendent, Steve Wigton. “Many graduates who distinguish themselves in the classrooms and in athletic or scholastic competition continue to distinguish themselves after graduation.”
To be eligible for nomination, an individual must have graduated at least five years ago and since, made a contribution to a professional industry, community or society significant enough in its positive impact to inspire others. Typical nominees have garnered some level of renown for advancing education, science, medicine, arts, education, athletics, government or public service. LCS requests that nominators include evidence of their suggestion’s superior influence, such as case-supporting accolades or newspaper articles.
“Members of the LHS Hall of Fame transcend a diverse collection of interests, industries and positions,” said Wigton. “We want to acknowledge the excellence an LHS education can foster, award due merit and encourage the inspiration that results in our classrooms.”
The Hall of Fame has honored 64 inductees over the last 25 years, including two CEO’s of major American corporations, four outstanding and nationally recognized physicians, a former Congressman, a nationally recognized physicist in the field of plasma physics and the designer of the current American flag.
Please visit http://www.lancaster.k12.oh.us/Content2/678 to make nominations.
The Lancaster City School District is a community focused on student achievement, safe and secure schools, friendly and responsive staff members, the responsible use of budget, and innovative technology. The district serves the educational needs of more than 6,100 children and youth in our community with a dedicated team of more than 700 employees. Offices are located at 345 East Mulberry Street in Lancaster. More information is available at http://www.lancaster.k12.oh.us/.