Nominations for the Grand Island Senior High School Hall of Honor are accepted throughout each year. The Hall of Honor Committee will review all submitted nominations and honor inductees every other year.
The Hall of Honor, inaugurated in 1983, recognizes Grand Island Senior High School alumni who have made a significant and lasting contribution to the betterment of society. Nominees must have graduated more than 20 years ago from the high school.
A night honoring distinguished alumni and educators
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at Riverside Golf Club
5:30 pm Cocktails | 6:30 pm Dinner
You are invited to attend the celebration.
Join the GIPS Foundation for an extraordinary event, Legends & Legacies. The Foundation is dedicated to honoring distinguished Grand Island Senior High Alumni to the Hall of Honor and celebrating our Legendary Educators. This event is a celebration of the remarkable individuals who have not only walked the hallowed halls of education but have also left an indelible mark on the hearts and minds of those they have touched. Join us as we celebrate these extraordinary alumni and the passionate educators. Legends & Legacies welcomes you to an evening of celebration, reflection, and recognition of those who have shaped the future through their commitment to knowledge and the pursuit of greatness.
Dr. George A. Constant
Class of 1937
Hall of Honor 1986
George A. Constant is a doctor of neurology and psychiatry who works in the Constant-House Clinic in Victoria, Texas. He earned a scholarship to Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, Illinois, and received his medical degree from Northwestern in 1946.
Dr. Constant has worked in research and instruction, but his main accomplishments have been in developing specialized treatment centers. As medical director of the Victoria Regional Medical Center, he helped create a center for the treatment of alcohol and substance abusers, which opened in 1985.
He serves on the Devereux Foundation Board of Directors, which created a school for young people with emotional and developmental disabilities in 1959. He also serves as president of KAVU-TV in Victoria.