The Hawai'i High School Hall of Honor was established in 1982 to recognize athletic excellence and achievements of Hawai'iís high school athletes.
Twelve student-athletes are selected annually for induction into the Hall of Honor by an independent selection committee. Along with the induction into the Hall of Honor, each student-athlete receives a $2,000 Enterprise Rent-A-Car college scholarship, which may be used to offset college education expenses (tuition, books, and room and board).
Seniors in the state of Hawai'i who are participating in any official Hawai'i High School Athletic Association state championship sport(s) are eligible for consideration.
Athletic achievement is given primary consideration by the selection committee. Other qualities considered include: versatility, sportsmanship, leadership, dedication, academic achievement, school activities, community involvement, and character and behavior on and off the playing field.
Only official HHSAA Hall of Honor nomination forms will be accepted, and they must be approved by the respective school. Supporting materials may accompany the nomination form and may include media clippings, personal statements, letters of reference, or grade transcripts. Supporting material is limited to six one-sided 8Ĺ" x 11" sheets.
Additional material submitted will not be considered. Applications and materials may not be submitted via facsimile transmission or by email.
In addition to the completed nomination form and supporting material, two photographs are required: a senior portrait (a head-and-shoulders shot) and an action photograph. These photographs will not be returned to the student-athlete and will be used in the Hall of Honor dinner program.