December 3, 2020

EPHS Hall of Fame Nominations Accepted

Nominations accepted through Feb. 1, 2020. Deadline strictly observed.


The East Providence Hall of Fame Committee is accepting nominations for 2020 inductees. Nominations will be accepted through February 1, 2020. The East Providence High School Hall of Fame was established in conjunction with the East Providence High School 1984 Centennial year. Created by former Superintendent of Schools Myron J. Francis, Class of 1947, and others, in an effort to promote Pride in city schools, the purpose of the Hall of Fame is to recognize Townie graduates who have brought honor to themselves and to the high school.

During the course of the school’s existence, many EPHS graduates have distinguished themselves in high school, and in all walks of life following graduation. Consequently, the selection process is difficult. Nevertheless, a nomination procedure was adopted, criteria for selection were established, and a broadly-based selection committee makes the final decisions.

Selection is based upon achievements which shall include a meritorious record in at least one - and preferably more - of the following areas:

•Job-related achievements; one who excels in their chosen field after graduation.

•Professional honors and awards, professional affiliations, publications.

•Civic or community involvement.

•Extraordinary contribution to society.

•Positive impact on the East Providence community.

•Exceptional and documented individual athletic accomplishment(s) during one’s high school, college, or beyond.

•Exceptional dedication as a staff member to the students of East Providence High School for a minimum of 10 years with a significant and direct impact on students and the community.

•Other appropriate qualifications which the committee believes merit consideration.

Nomination form is available here to download/copy or can be picked up in the high school main office or by emailing or


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