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Chantilly High School


Chargers Athletics

Chantilly High School

Chargers Athletics

Chantilly High School

Chargers Athletics

Chantilly High School

Hall of Fame Nomination


Nominations to the Chantilly High School Athletic Hall of Fame may be submitted by anyone in the community, who may be associated with Chantilly HS athletics.  This may include current and/or former athletes, coaches, and community members.

Submissions should be sent to either Phil Cronin ( or Matt Gilchrist(, or mailed to Chantilly HS, c/o Athletic Hall of Fame.

Chantilly HS Athletic Hall of Fame


To recognize and honor all of those Chantilly HS athletes, coaches, administrators, and supporters who have excelled in their respective fields. These teams and individuals will have brought honor, positive recognition, or in some way bettered the CHS athletic department on and off the field, court, or event.


Open to all graduated athletes beginning five years after leaving Chantilly in good standing, excluding special circumstance as voted on by Board. Athletes must have competed and excelled at the varsity level in a VHSL sanctioned sport. Factors that can be taken into account for athletes include but are not limited to:

  • All-State
  • All- Met
  • All- Region, District, Conference
  • Individual school records set
  • Impact of team and/or community during their era

Membership is also open for coaches (Head and Assistant), contributors, and administrators who performed with distinction and/or made significant contributions for improving the Chantilly’s athletic community. They would be eligible five years after retiring from the sport in which they are nominated.

Nomination Process

A candidate may be nominated for HOF membership by any member of the community. The only nominations to be considered will be submitted on the nomination form prescribed for that purpose only and made available to the public. The forms, once received, will be kept confidential, shared only with the HOF board members. Information relating to a nominee’s statistics must be supported by independent documentation.

Once presented as an eligible nominee, a candidate who is not elected that year will be automatically reconsidered annually for a time period of five years, after which time a new nomination would need to be submitted.

Nomination Forms:

Board Members

The committee shall be compromised of no fewer than 7, no more than 15 from the following. Those in bold are mandatory

Current DSA, Chair*

Building Administrator (s)

Booster Sub Chair representative

Booster representative (s)

Current Coach (es)

Retired/ Former Coach(es)

Retired/ Former faculty member(s)


Election Process

The Board shall meet at a time and place determined by the Chair or designee in order to consider the election of candidates who have been nominated. The quorum for such a meeting shall be half plus two, depending on the size of the current Board. Each member will  get one vote and all votes carry equal weight. The candidates will be discussed as to their merits prior to voting, giving proper time to each. Election to the HOF shall be made if a candidate reaches a 75% of those members present vote.

The voting shall be done by secret ballot, the outcome share only amongst the Board. A second ballot may be initiated by the Chairman if necessary.  If, in the opinion of the Board (taken as no candidate achieving a 75% vote), no candidate is deemed worthy in a particular year, so be it. There shall be no limit on the number of members elected each year, nor a demand that anyone get elected each year.

Induction Ceremony

The ceremony will be held at a time and place determined annually by the Board. However, it is hoped that such induction ceremonies will consist of a banquet or dinner for the inductee and their family as well as open to the public. It is also recommended that recognition happen at a sporting event as well.