• 2010 Hall of Fame Inductees

    Sam Cronin

    Sam Cronin is a 2005 Mt. Tabor High School graduate. He is a two-time All American and Member of the 2007 National Championship Team at Wake Forest University. He was selected second overall by Major League Soccer team Toronto FC in 2009.

    Mike Esposito

    Mike Esposito was a history teacher, Head Cross Country Coach, and Head Track Coach from 1988-2005, with 17 years of service to Mount Tabor. He led 11 teams to State Championships. He was named Conference Coach of the Year 22 times and North Carolina Coach of the Year 8 times.

    Nash Eugene Hardy, Jr.

    Nash Eugene Hardy, Jr. spent 18 of his 36 year career in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in service to Mt. Tabor High School. He began his career in education as a teacher and was the first principal of Mount Tabor High School from 1966-1984.

    Dick Jamback

    Dick Jamback spent 13 years from 1984 to 1997 in service to Mount Tabor, as both a teacher and the Head Boys and JV Girls Basketball Coach and as the Head Boys Golf Coach. Currently, he coaches JV Girls Basketball and is affectionately known as "The Voice of the Spartans" as he continues to serve Mount Tabor as the announcer at home football games.

    Carole Midura

    Carole Midura dedicated 30 years of her life to Mount Tabor from 1977-2007. Her roles at Mount Tabor included being an English teacher, Theatre Arts Director, and Senior Class Sponsor. She is responsible for forming the Theatre Arts Club and Senior Class Activities, forming many important traditions at Mount Tabor.

    Pete and Gretchen Rodda

    Pete and Gretchen Rodda spent eight years from 1994-2001 serving Mount Tabor. As Arts Board Co-President's from 1995-2001, they worked to bring Arts to the forefront of Tabor activities, and were advocates for Equity in all Arts Programs of the WS/FCS School System.

    Bob Sapp

    Bob Sapp was a teacher, Head Football Coach, and Athletic Director during his twelve years total serving Mt. Tabor from 1992-1998 and 2001-2005. During this time, his football teams won 10 conference championships in twelve years and had a record of 122 wins, 33 losses, and 1 tie.