To be accepted to the Hall
of Honor (the Hall), any living nominee must have reached his/her 40th
birthday. Posthumous nominations have no age requirement.
For acceptance into the Hall, a nominee must have demonstrated in a
public way, whether the public nature was intended or not, significant
accomplishment of a honorable nature considerably above a beyond the
norm. The Hall recognizes that everyone is human and no person is
without missteps in life. Acceptance into the Hall does not require nor
does it imply that an honoree's life meets a standard of honor without
blemish. However, significantly negative missteps in a nominee's
history can be disqualifying regardless of an otherwise honorable
The following circumstances are not necessarily disqualifying:
a routine divorce, poverty, wealth, minor criminal violation if the
individual has reformed and pursued a more honorable life thereafter.
An honoree may be removed from the Hall upon significant dishonorable
conduct which comes to light after acceptance into the
Hall. Removal from The East High Alumni Page display shall be
quietly and without explanation, except upon request the explanation
may be provided on an individual basis to fellow alumni at the
discretion of the editor.
Additional weight is given to nominations of alumni who graduated from
East High School. Students who attended at one time or another are not
automatically excluded, however, nominations for such persons shall
have a less likelihood of being approved.
Not withstanding these policy rules, the editor of The East High Alumni
Page retains all rights of review and acceptance, rejection, or editing
of all content on The East High Alumni Page, including the Hall of
These policies may be modified at any time by the editor of The East
High Alumni Page.
This is the original draft of these guidelines. Suggestions to improve them will be considered and may be sent to editor@EastHigh.org
Return to the Hall of Honor Nomination Form
Version 1 (January, 2008)