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Hall of Distinction

The Hall of Distinction is designed to recognize and celebrate graduates and retirees of the school district for their accomplishments as well as to inspire current students to future success. 

Graduates or retirees eligible for consideration will have exemplified the school district’s educational philosophy throughout their lives.

Applications for the Clinton Central School Hall of Distinction can be submitted any time, or before June 1st to be considered for that year's ceremony.  Application forms are available by clicking the link below, or at the Superintendent’s office where completed forms can be returned. In addition to the basic data requested,  photos and narrative may be appended.

The CCS Hall of Distinction began in 2005.  Candidates are adjudicated by a committee composed of administrators, faculty, alumni, School Board and Foundation representatives.  We are hopeful we will be able to hold an induction ceremony again this fall. Outstanding contributions in academics, business, humanities, arts and exemplary citizenship in general are all areas deserving of consideration and recognition.

Candidates must be at least ten years past graduation from CCS, or five years past faculty or other employment at CCS.

Applications are generally submitted by a sponsor, but a candidate may complete his/her own document.

Please see the nomination form below.

Nomination Form


  Middle School students find the name of local hero and Hall of Distinction Inductee Edward Felt  while visiting the 9/11 Memorial Museum during the 2015 8th Grade Class Field Trip to New York City      An Induction Ceremony for the most recent class of candidates took place on September 24, 2022 at 3:00pm in the Clinton Central School Theater.
This year's inductees included David Burns, Class of 1972; Bill Doherty, Class of 1983; Peter Kim, Class of 1990; Anthony Miligrano, retired 1981; and Janice Telfer, Class of 1984.