National High School Hall of Fame
The National High School Hall of Fame was founded in 1982 by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) to honor high school athletes, coaches, officials, administrators and others.
The Hall of Fame was organized as a means of recognizing, preserving and promoting the heritage of interscholastic sports and performing arts in the United States. It honors the contributions and accomplishments of individuals who are worthy of national recognition as examples for others to emulate.
High school athletics and activities programs in the United States represent the largest group of amateur athletics and activities participants in the world. These programs provide opportunities to teach values such as sportsmanship, honesty, dedication, teamwork, self-discipline, loyalty, and cooperation. The teaching of these values is essential to the education of our youth.
The National High School Hall of Fame is a cooperative venture between the NFHS and its member state associations. Nominations must be approved by member state associations for individuals to be inducted.
The following individuals from Indiana have been honored: