White Plains High School is seeking distinguished alums that can join the ranks of similar grads in the school's Hall of Fame.
The school's steering committee has cast out a net for nominations, officials said Wednesday.
"The Hall of Fame pays tribute to White Plains High School [alums] who have distinguished themselves in their chosen career, or have significantly and positively impacted the lives of others," officials with the Steering Committee said. "Any graduate of White Plains High School is eligible for nomination. Posthumous recognition is granted."
Currently, 70 graduates sit in the Hall of Fame, including cancer research scientist Dr. Paul Carbone, NFL receiver Art Monk and New York Times correspondent David Sanger.
Other inductees are decades-long city residents who have served the community.
Nomination forms are available online and at all White Plains public schools, the White Plains Library, the Slater Center, the YMCA and the YWCA.
Nominations to be considered for 2013 are due March 29, 2013, officials said. For more information, call (914) 422-2013.