The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to honor those alumni who have gone on to significant success in life as well as other individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Vermilion Local Schools. By induction into the Vermilion High School Hall of Fame, they will forever be recognized as representing our best. Their success is a reflection of the opportunities provided them through participation in the academics, arts, athletics and other programs of the Vermilion Local Schools.
Criteria considered for selection include secondary and post-secondary achievements, professional or lifetime accomplishments, recommendations and community involvement. While high school performance is important, it is not solely determinative. The committee gives consideration to those who successfully unite noteworthy accomplishments in school and life. Nominees must have graduated five (5) years or more before their consideration as a candidate for induction into the Hall of Fame. A candidate who is not an alumnus must be an individual (i.e. teacher, administrator, coach, advisor, staff or volunteer) who, through personal endeavor, leadership and/or sacrifice over a period of years, has made an extraordinary contribution to the success of Vermilion High School or Vermlion Local Schools. Employees will first be considered as candidates five years after ending service with Vermilion.