A CALL TO ALL HONORS GRADUATES WITH A PERFECT GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA)
If you graduated high school, junior college, community college, or university with honors and a perfect Grade Point Average, you qualify to seek membership in the Academic Hall of Fame.
The Academic Hall of Fame was established partly to address the lack of sustained and well-deserved recognition of students who graduate with honors, i.e. students whose academic performance deserves more than a mere mention during their graduation or on graduation day. What makes this group of graduates special and unique is the fact that they consistently performed well throughout the course of study at their respective institutions and qualified for a variety of academic recognition as well as membership in several academic honors societies, sororities, and fraternities honoring their academic performance.
Incidentally, there have not been any awards or membership organizations specifically established to identify, recognize, and promote the graduates who have graduated with a perfect grade point average until now with the founding of the Academic Hall of Fame.
Students who graduate with honors consistently possess qualities often sought-after by employers and job recruiters. These qualities include hard work, persistence, ambition, resourcefulness, vision, discipline, leadership, and good communication skills. For prospective schools and admissions officers, these graduates also often possess good verbal, quantitative, and other skills germane to advance academic work.
It is precisely these qualities common among members of the Academic Hall of Fame that the Hall of Fame is determined to promote and market. It is the vision of The Academic Hall of Fame to be the ultimate place or source for employers in search of good, smart, and motivated employees to hire and for schools, the ultimate place to recruit students.
This and the numerous benefits of membership will, however, only accrue to those qualified graduates, whether at the high school, college, or university levels who seek and become members of the Academic Hall of Fame. Similarly, we ask you to assist us to spread the word about the Academic Hall of Fame to anyone who may qualify including college seniors and high school seniors who may be interested in becoming members following their graduation.
All qualified members of the Academic Hall of Fame will receive a certificate of recognition and membership, and will have their names published online and in a book entitled “Best of the Best in Academics among Graduates…”