In many states, the High School Hall of Fame is typically not a physical location but instead a registry that honors students and teachers for athletic or academic accomplishments, as with the National High School Hall of Fame. However, some private schools maintain their own physical halls of fame.
To view information about inductees in the National High School Hall of Fame, visit the organization's page on the National Federation of State High School Associations website, NFHS.org. This page includes biographies on all members for each year dating back to the hall's creation in 1982. It also includes details about how to nominate a student or teacher for induction as well as the ability to browse through images and information about the varies subjects the association recognizes, including music and theater as well as several different sports. Similarly, many state High School Hall of Fame associations only maintain a website that offers a list of members and details about upcoming ceremonies.
To find a High School Hall of Fame for a private school, visit the school's website and look for a section focusing on student accomplishments. Such sections typically include the location of a physical location for honoring the students. Alternately, contact the school directly and inquire about the location of a trophy case or plaque commemorating inductees.