Purpose The Mahtomedi High School Athletic Hall of Fame will pay tribute, recognize, and enhance Mahtomedi Public Schools’ tradition of excellence by honoring former athletes, former coaches, and community members who have displayed outstanding athletic abilities or have made exceptional contributions to our school district’s athletic programs.

Eligibility To be nominated, a nominee must satisfy one of the following three criteria:
  • Athlete: Nominee must be a Mahtomedi High School graduate who graduated from MHS at least 10 years prior to nomination.
  • Coach: Nominee must be a retired Mahtomedi High School coach who retired from his/her coaching position at least five years prior to nomination.
  • Community Contributor: Nominee is immediately eligible.

Nomination Process Nomination forms will be available on an annual basis in three formats:
  • Online Form: Click this link, fill out the fields, and submit online
  • Printable Form: Click this link, download a PDF, print it out, fill it in, and mail it to the Activities Office
  • Hardcopy: Go to the MHS Activities Office and request a hardcopy form to fill out and submit

Once forms have been posted, an announcement will be placed in The Globe, in the White Bear Press, and via district e-news. Once selected, award recipients shall each receive an athletic history summary form, the information from which will be used for communications related to the honor.

Selection Criteria
  • Selection and induction into the Mahtomedi High School Athletic Hall of Fame shall be limited to a maximum of five inductees per year.
  • Not more than three individuals representing a single activity shall be inducted annually.
  • Athletic history summary forms will be kept on file for five years. After five years a person may be re-nominated.
  • Athletic accomplishments at Mahtomedi High School shall be the foundation for selection. Outstanding achievement following graduation may also be a consideration.

Selection Committee Nominees will be evaluated and recipients selected by a committee comprised of the following members:
  • Mahtomedi Public Schools administrator
  • Mahtomedi Public Schools activities director
  • One Mahtomedi Public Schools school board member
  • Two current Mahtomedi High School head coaches
  • Two at-large community members appointed by the activities director

Our Mission

The mission of Mahtomedi High School, a driven and supportive family of Zephyrs whose individual growth enriches the community as a whole, is to ensure a transformational experience in which students are life-long learners and empathetic community members equipped with the desire and ability to explore their passions through a vital system distinguished by:

  • inclusive and safe environments where all Zephyrs belong and advocate for one another through authentic relationships
  • a culture that seeks out and honors diverse and global perspectives
  • dynamic educational experiences for varied interests
  • embracing the discomfort of setbacks as an important part of the learning process
  • a community that recognizes that success comes in many forms
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Our School
Mahtomedi High School has a heart for innovation, provides rigorous academic coursework, and supports students to explore extracurricular opportunities. Our teachers and staff are passionate and dedicated people who explore innovative ideas and teach our students new ways of thinking to support them in whatever career path they choose. Students engage in project-based learning to solve real-world problems using industry-standard technology in the nation’s first M.I.T. certified FabLab housed in a public school. Fine arts is a vital and robust part of the High School and our visual and performing arts classes include ceramics, digital art, choir, band, and event broadcasting. We also offer Flex Time during the school day when students may receive academic support, engage in college and career exploration, and connect over common interests. Over 90% of our student community engages in extracurricular activities that range from athletics to robotics. Students’ social and emotional learning is addressed through various avenues including a restorative practices approach for student behavior and through our Zephyr Link Crew mentoring program.