Awards of Distinction

To Learn, To Lead, To Serve

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  • Distinguished Alumni Award

    The Heritage Hall Alumni Association’s Distinguished Alumni Award honors the outstanding contributions of one of our own. The award recognizes an alumnus/alumna who has exemplified the Heritage Hall motto, To Learn, To Lead, To Serve, by his or her personal accomplishments, professional achievements, and/or humanitarian service.
    Each year, we seek nominations for an exceptional alumnus/alumna deserving of recognition. We want to hear about the teachers and nurses, bankers and oil executives, artists, nonprofit professionals, and volunteers who make the world a better place.
    The 2023 award will be presented to the recipient at the Upper School graduation ceremony in May.
In 2022, the HHAA celebrated Lance McDaniel '88 as the tenth Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.

Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

Exceptional Dedication & Commitment

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  • Distinguished Faculty Award

    The Distinguished Faculty Award recognizes a current faculty member who has been on staff for a minimum of five years, and who has exhibited exceptional dedication and commitment to inspiring and educating lifelong learners.
    Each August, a personalized plaque and monetary gift are presented to the recipient during the annual Faculty Recognition Luncheon. In addition, a financial contribution to the HHAA Distinguished Faculty Endowment Fund is made in the honoree's name.
In 2022, Heritage Hall awarded Lower School Music teacher Katsumi Hagiwara as the ninth Distinguished Faculty Award recipient.

Award Nominations

It’s time to submit your nominations for our next Distinguished Faculty Award recipient! The award will be presented to the recipient at the Faculty Recognition Luncheon in August 2023. To view a list of eligible nominees, click here.

Distinguished Faculty Award Recipients


Please contact Toni Cannon, Director of Alumni Affairs, at
Heritage Hall is a co-educational college preparatory school in Oklahoma City. As one of the few secular private schools in the state, we offer a challenging academic curriculum for students from preschool through grade 12, as well as unique leadership opportunities, a wide spectrum of athletics, and a well developed fine arts program.