2011 Hall of Fame Inductees
Sharon Dunnagan was a Teacher, Media Coordinator, and Club Sponsor during her 34 years of service to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. She spent 30 of those years at Mount Tabor High School from 1973 to 2007. She was also a key contributor to the establishment of the Inter Club Council at Mount Tabor.
John Giles was a Teacher, Head Swimming Coach, and Mentor with 40 years of service to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. He taught at Mount Tabor High School for 25 of those years from 1984-2009. While at Mt. Tabor, he was Teacher of the Year in both 1986 and 1996. He spent 6 years as the sponsor of National Honor Society and 8 years as the sponsor for the Civitans Service Club.
Martha H. Land was a Teacher and Administrator for 38 Years of Service to Winston-Salem/ Forsyth County Schools. For 17 of those years, she was the Principal of Mount Tabor High school from 1992-2009. The fourth principal of Mt. Tabor, she contributed to Mt. Tabor becoming the "4A" high school it is...Academically, Artistically, Athletically Awesome!
J-mee Samuels graduated from Mount Tabor High School in 2005, where he set the National high school record in the 100 meters at 10.08 seconds. He is the University of Arkansas record holder in the 60 meters indoors and the 100 meters outdoors. He represented the United States in international competition, including the Pan Am Games and the 2007 World Track and Field Championships.