Hall of Fame
The Virginia High School Hall of Fame recognizes those who have contributed in outstanding ways to activities programs serving Virginia's youth. Sponsored jointly by the Virginia High School League (VHSL) and the Virginia High School Coaches Association (VHSCA), the hall is dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of outstanding achievements by students and adults in sports and activities within Virginia's public high schools.
Athletes are eligible for consideration 10 years after completion of their high school careers and are judged primarily for their achievements in interscholastic sports. Coaches are eligible after 15 years of experience or upon retirement and are judged on the merits of their achievements at the high school level. Contributors are professionals who have rendered significant services in some other capacity such as administration, academic activities, officiating, media or sports medicine.
Nominations are due October 31 of each year for consideration for the following year. Athletes and coaches are screened by a committee from the VHSCA and contributors by a committee from the VHSL. Final selections are made by a joint committee.
The Hall of Fame is housed in the VHSL headquarters in Charlottesville. For information or nomination forms, contact Mike McCall at the VHSL office (434) 977-8475 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or Laurie Keane at the VHSCA office (757) 723-3330 or at email@example.com.