Hall of Achievement
The role of the Hall is to provide recognition of the achievements of Old Scholars in all areas of endeavour.
It provides a means of permanently recognizing and highlighting the achievements and successes of Old Scholars, which results in a perpetual reminder to current scholars of the achievements of some of those who have gone before them.
The Hall of Achievement Committee will nominate Old Scholars for membership. Nominations can also be made by other members of the School community.
The recognition plaques honouring those selected for membership of the Hall will hang in the hallway in Allan Wheaton House.
Those who have achieved distinction or high distinction in their chosen field of endeavour may be nominated for admission to the Hall of Achievement.
The Selection Committee also has the impromata to include an existing scholar of the School should they consider an achievement to be worthy of consideration.