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HALL OF FAME "BUY A BRICK" FUNDRAISER
Be a lasting part of Dartmouth by purchasing a brick from the Dartmouth Athletic Hall of Fame.
 
The purpose of the Buy A Brick program is to raise funds for the Induction of past athletes, coaches, and supporters of the Dartmouth Athletic Programs.
 
Your Brick can be personalized as a lasting tribute to a family member, to commemorate a special occasion, or simply to show your support of the Dartmouth Hall of Fame.
  • The cost of each brick is $50.00.
  • Bricks will be placed in front of the High School.
  • Bricks may be purchased by any person or business.
  • Bricks will not be ordered unless paid in full.
 Complete this ORDER FORM and mail along with check to:
8 Bush Street, Dartmouth, MA 02748 Attn
: Jeff Caron, AD
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HALL OF FAME CRITERIA AND NOMINATION FORMS
In order to maintain the integrity of the Hall of Fame, nominees must exemplify the highest standards of sportsmanship, ethical conduct, and moral character. All candidates will be judged on their significant and/or long term contributions to athletic endeavors. In addition, as much as possible, acknowledged leadership in his/her chosen field or community, state, and national presence will be considered. Candidates may be nominated as a player, a coach, and contributor by anyone. Candidates may not nominate themselves. All nomination letters must be submitted to the Athletic Director of the Dartmouth Public Schools by February 1st of the nomination year
 
Nomination as a Player
A Hall of Fame candidate shall NOT be considered for the Hall of Fame until ten (10) years after graduation from Dartmouth High School.
  1. Any athlete who distinguished himself/herself in the field of athletics while a student at Dartmouth High School above and beyond the normal standards.
  1. This could include establishing individual school, conference, state, or national records or championships.
  2. Selection to All Conference, All Area, and All State Teams or qualifying as an individual in State Competition.
  3. Being recognized as an all-round athlete in high school in any sport while attaining several all-conference team selections while leading teams to the league championships.
  1. An athlete not so honored for high school achievements, but who participates in college and gains honors at this level or beyond, may be considered by the Hall of Fame Selection Committee.
 
Nomination as a Coach
A former coach (head coach or assistant coach) with at least ten (10) years of service at Dartmouth High School, who has contributed to the success of Dartmouth High School athletes over a period of years, and has been out of coaching for a period of five (5) years may be considered a candidate to the Hall of Fame. 
 
Nomination as a Supporter/Contributor
Any individual that has made outstanding contributions to the interscholastic athletic programs at Dartmouth High School other than coaching or playing.
 
Selection of Teams
The Hall of Fame Selection Committee may choose to select teams for induction into the Dartmouth High School Athletic Hall of Fame after 5 years. To be inducted into the Hall of Fame, teams must somehow have distinguished themselves above and beyond the normal standards. These may include: undefeated seasons, league championships, district championships, regional championships, and state tournament appearances. The Hall of Fame Selection Committee shall select not more than one team in any year, and may choose not to select any team.
 
Nomination Forms
Individual
Coach
Team
Supporter