City School District of Albany Hall of Fame

The City School District established the Hall of Fame in 2009 to recognize accomplished graduates, exceptional district staff people and community members whose efforts support Albany's public schools.

Nominees must meet the criteria in one of the following categories:

Contributor

  • Any person who has been a loyal and devoted supporter of the district’s athletics or academics for a minimum of 10 years. This category might include assistant coaches, staff, scorers, Albany Booster Club or media people, for example. The inductee may be either living or deceased.

Distinguished Alumni

  • Athletic Achievement: Any former Albany school district athlete who distinguished himself/herself in the field of athletics and lettered in a varsity sport. Must be a graduate and out of school for at least ten (10) years. Nominees must be, or have been a credit to his/her family, country and Albany. The inductee may be either living or deceased.

  • Professional Achievement: Any former Albany school district student who distinguished himself/herself with excellence and acknowledged leadership in his/her chosen field. Must be a graduate and out of school for at least ten (10) years. Nominees must be, or have been a credit to his/her family, country and Albany. The inductee may be either living or deceased.

  • Humanitarian Achievement: Any former Albany school district student who distinguished himself/herself with excellence and acknowledged leadership in service to the community. Must be a graduate and out of school for at least ten (10) years. Nominees must be, or have been a credit to his/her family, country and Albany. The inductee may be either living or deceased.

Distinguished Educator

  • Administrators, Coaches, Teachers: A nominee must have been an administrator, coach or teacher within the Albany school system for minimum of 10 years and must have distinguished themselves by demonstrating exceptional leadership, character and achievement during his/her tenure in Albany. The inductee must be inactive to be eligible for consideration. The inductee may be either living or deceased.