Hall of Fame Nomination Details
The Cathedral High School Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 2011 to honor those who excelled in athletics, both during and after their years at CHS. In addition to service in the field of athletics, nominees must possess qualifications such as outstanding sportsmanship, character and integrity and must have brought great distinction to Cathedral High School. Inductions are held every two years.
Nominations for the 2024 Hall of Fame are now open.
Nomination Process Details
A candidate may be nominated for Hall of Fame membership by any member of the community. Formal nomination shall be made using the nomination form below. Self-nominations or unsigned/anonymous nominations will not be accepted. To forward any supporting information such as newspaper clippings, statistics, copies of photographs, and letters of endorsement, please send via email to email@example.com.
All submissions and supporting materials are subject to additional verification before being forwarded to the Hall of Fame Advisory Committee for consideration. All nominations are reviewed by a Hall of Fame Advisory Committee consisting of alumni, faculty, staff, and Board members. Nominees will then be notified of this recognition in which he/she will need to fill out additional information. Once all nominee information has been received a vote by the committee will take place in November. Hall of Fame Inductees will be announced in December.
Athletes, living or deceased, shall be eligible for induction 10 years after graduation from Cathedral High School and must be in good standing with the school. Nominees must have lettered in at least one varsity sport and must represent the Cathedral High School tradition of excellence and the values and teachings of the Catholic faith.
Nomination is also open to coaches and administrators who have participated with distinction and/or made significant contributions to athletics at Cathedral High School, as evidenced, for example, by the success of their teams and the acknowledgement of their former student athletes. Coaches or administrators shall be eligible for nomination beginning 5 years after they have left Cathedral High School, or in special circumstances as determined by the Committee.
Championship teams having attained record status as well as contributors who have served Cathedral High School with unwavering dedication will also be considered for nomination. Recognized accomplishments will include individual accomplishments (All-League, All State, All Region, All-American, etc…), team accomplishments, individual school or team records held, and impact on teams and the overall athletic program at Cathedral High School during the nominee’s era. The Committee may also consider postgraduate activities including collegiate and professional experience. Achievements should be on record and verified by copies of news clippings, yearbooks, certificates of awards, etc. Special circumstances may be permitted as determined by the Committee.