Arlington Catholic Arts Hall of Fame Nomination Information

Nomination Information

Nomination Information

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Do you know an Arlington Catholic graduate who has excelled in the arts?

Do you know of someone who should be recognized for their contributions to the Arts at AC?

NOMINATE THEM for the Arlington Catholic High School Arts Hall of Fame!


Members of the AC Community are welcomed into the Arts Hall of Fame to be recognized for their contributions inside and outside of AC.  


Candidates can be nominated by alumni, friends, family, faculty, staff and/or colleagues.  The nominee must:

  • Be a member of the AC Community.
  • Live the mission of the school.
  • Be worthy of recognition for their personal or professional accomplishments.
  • Be available to receive the award.

How to Nominate:

  • Complete the Nomination form here.
  • Explain in a few paragraphs why you believe this candidate deserves recognition.
  • Return form to Arlington Catholic High School Development Office at 16 Medford Street, Arlington, MA 02474.
  • We ask that all nominators keep nominees’ names confidential to ensure a fair and objective selection process by the committee.  All finalists in the selection process will be kept under consideration for a three-term cycle of Hall of Fame inductions.  Inductions will be held every other year.

People can be nominated for the Arlington Catholic High School Arts Hall of Fame for the following accomplishments:

  • Arts:  An alumnus who has distinguished himself/herself in the arts through their personal or professional life.
  • Service: An AC Community Member who should be recognized for outstanding service to the arts at AC through volunteering their time and expertise.
  • Arlington Catholic High School Hall of Fame Nomination Ballot can be downloaded here.