Moravia CSD Hall of Achievement
Honoring graduates who have made a difference
What is the Moravia Hall of Achievement?
The Hall of Achievement is an effort to recognize those graduates of Moravia High School who have succeeded in their careers and lives. Inductees are individuals who have distinguished themselves by virtue of their contributions to community and society.
The goal of the district’s Hall of Achievement is to introduce positive role models to students and the school community. Such models, by their very nature, inspire students to adopt high aspirations.
How does someone get nominated to the Hall of Achievement?
People like you nominate candidates. Each year the district will select inductees based upon nominations submitted by Moravia Central School District community members, alumni, faculty and staff.
If you know of a prestigious alumnus who is a positive role model for students, graduated at least 10 years ago and is distinguished in career, community service and/or socially responsible endeavors, please fill out a nomination. Submit your nomination to the Superintendent of Schools by May 1. The successful candidate will be recognized at the high school graduation ceremony in June.
Nomination forms can be downloaded below and are also available at the district office, located in the Moravia Middle School/High School building. To submit electronically, just fill out and save the form below, and then send it as an email attachment to District Clerk Anita Burhans at email@example.com.