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Carpenter pegged for Hall of Fame

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Crenshaw Christian Academy Principal Angela Carpenter was selected for the Alabama Independent School Association Hall of Fame. She is one of 12 inductees to be inducted this year.

The AISA announced the tenth class of inductees for the AISA Hall of Fame this week.

The Hall of Fame started in 2000, and the twelve inductees will join ninety-four other individuals in the AISA Hall of Fame.

The AISA Hall of Fame was designed and developed for the sole purpose of honoring and recognizing those individuals who have made significant contributions to their schools and/or the Association.

The Hall of Fame Selection Committee consisted of past and present AISA officials at the state level as well as headmasters, educators, athletic directors, school boosters, and media members. The AISA Hall of Fame is open to both academic and athletic standouts as well as lay people who have made contributions either at the local level or the state level. The inductees have spent a large portion of their lives supporting the institutions that have made up the Alabama Independent School Association during its forty plus years of existence.

The Alabama Independent School Association’s 2015 Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremonies will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama, with date and time to be announced. Please call 334-833-4080 for more information.