Recognition of excellence.
The Wellington School celebrates alumni achievements through the Distinguished Alumni Award and the Athletic Hall of Fame.
Distinguished Alumni Award
The Distinguished Alumni Award was established in 2015 to recognize a graduate of The Wellington School for significant achievement reflective of the mission of the school.
|1989||Cynthia Callender Dungey|
|1992||Dr. Richard O’Shaughnessy, Jr.|
|1991||Lt. Col. Shannon Brown|
A nominee must:
- Be distinguished in his or her chosen business, profession, or life’s work.
- Have made a significant contribution or impact on the lives of others, their profession, or in the community.
- Be an individual who, in deed or action, recognizes the importance of his or her education at The Wellington School, and demonstrates pride in Wellington.
- Be 10 years past graduation from The Wellington School.
Athletic Hall of Fame
The Wellington Athletic Hall of Fame was established in the spring of 1997 as a way to recognize those athletes and coaches who demonstrated through performance exceptional skills, sportsmanship and a high level of integrity, as well as having been honored for outstanding personal achievement.
|1990||Jennifer Beahm Green, Laura Wilkins Cooke|
|1992||Steve Paull, Dorina Yessios|
|1993||Julie Beahm Blankenship, Cliona Howie, Tony Pinson, Amy Richards Burgess|
|1995||Robert Black, Andy Connor, Neil Johnston|
|1996||Bob Dolciato, Brandi Foley Rodgers, Bice Garcia Dolciato, Rebecca Spears Hinze|
|1997||Kelly Ohsner Davie, Andrew Farber|
|1998||Brittany Little, Josh Schmidt|
|1999||Isaac Dole, Amy Johnston Estes, Adam Stewart|
|2000||Katie Craig, Adam Roberts|
|2001||Jordan Kilbury, Ryan Martin|
|2002||Zachary Fayne, Claire Lukeman, Brian Steginsky|
|2003||Tracie Abbott, Tess Emerson, Lorenda Haynes|
|2010||Kara Concheck, Colleen Durfee|
|Coach||Craig Mosier ’01|
- Induction to The Wellington School Hall of Fame is an honor reserved for those athletes who have demonstrated exceptional athletic ability, combined with outstanding sportsmanship and integrity.
- The athlete must be a graduate of The Wellington School.
- The athlete’s letters, awards, and records will be heavily considered.
- Outstanding college or professional accomplishments will be considered.
- There will be a waiting period of five years from graduation before consideration for induction.
- Induction to The Wellington School Hall of Fame is an honor reserved for those coaches who have demonstrated exceptional coaching ability, combined with outstanding sportsmanship and integrity.
- The coach must display the ability to develop and maintain a successful program.
- The coach must have coached a minimum of seven years in the same sport.
- The coach must have coached at a high level, which resulted in being named Wellington Coach of the Year, League Coach of the Year, District Coach of the Year, etc.
Among others to be considered shall be individuals who have made significant contributions towards the advancement of Wellington athletics. In considering candidates, the tireless and unselfish efforts of those individuals should be considered for induction into The Wellington School Hall of Fame.