Hall of FameThe Lima City Schools Distinguished Hall of Fame is held every three years and inducts 10 to 15 outstanding alumni. The next group will be inducted in October, 2014. The hall of fame will start taking nominations in early 2014.
The Lima City Schools has a rich history of producing graduates that have made outstanding contributions to society. In 1987, the Lima City Schools began formally recognizing the accomplishments of its outstanding alumni through the Lima Senior High School Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. In 1990, the program expanded to include all Lima City Schools graduates and became the Lima City Schools Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame. More than 100 outstanding alumni have received this distinction, including Phyllis Diller, Gary Moeller, Joe Henderson, Dr. William Alfred Fowler, Maidie Norman, Harrison Shutt, Dr. David B. Steiner and Scott Clark.
The Lima City Schools Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame honors alumni who have received local, state or national recognition for achievements in their occupational fields, made significant contributions to society, or performed meritorious service for our country.
The Hall of Fame also serves as a living example of accomplishment and excellence for our community and current students in the Lima City Schools.
Hall of Fame eligibility requirements include: