Greenville County Schools Hall of Fame Nominations
Hall of Fame nominations can be made in one of two categories: Graduates or Educators. Please read the selection criteria below and determine which nomination form is appropriate for the nominee. Nominations are due May 1.
For All Nominees
The nominator must demonstrate, using the nomination form, that the nominee exemplifies honesty, integrity, trustworthiness, and other evidence of good character.
Once a person is nominated, he or she will remain on the nomination list for four (4) years. After this time, if not elected to the GCS Hall of Fame, he or she will roll off of the nomination list. He or she may be re-nominated at any time after this.
Nominations for posthumous awards will be accepted.
Incomplete nominations will not be considered; nominators must provide details about those aspects that make the nominee worthy of induction.
If a nominee qualifies as both a Graduate and a GCS Educator, the GCS Hall of Fame Selection Committee will have the final decision about which category they will be recognized under.
The nominee must have graduated from a current or former school of Greenville County Schools a minimum of 10 years prior to the year of nomination.
The nominator must demonstrate, using the Hall of Fame - Graduates nomination form, that the nominee has made a substantial or significant contribution(s) at the local, regional, national, or international levels in any appropriate area of endeavor such as, but not limited to, academia and education, arts, business, media, public service, philanthropy, medicine, military, science, or athletics.
The nominee must have worked at Greenville County Schools for at least 10 years, but cannot work at GCS currently.
All educators are eligible to be nominated, including but not limited to:
- Instructional Coaches
- Media Specialists
The nominator must demonstrate, using the Hall of Fame – GCS Educators nomination form, that the nominee has made a substantial or significant contribution(s) to the profession of education, specifically within the K12 public education sector, while having a lasting and positive impact on students.