The OLPR Legacy Alumni Hall of Fame was created in 2018 to honor the contributions of alumni from four groups: the three schools that merged to form Our Lady of Port Richmond (St. Adalbert, Nativity BVM, and Our Lady Help of Christians), alumni of Our Lady of Port Richmond, friends of Our Lady of Port Richmond, and advocates for Catholic education in the Philadelphia area. Candidates are chosen yearly from the categories listed below. In a given year, there may not be a nominee for each category, and there may be multiple nominees from a given category in a single calendar year. The Hall of Fame Committee honored three awardees in the first year (2019).
Service to the Community - a person who demonstrates a commitment in their career or a commitment to volunteerism to benefit their local community
Service to the Faith - a person who demonstrates service to the Catholic faith
Service to the Country - a person who demonstrates service to America by serving as a member of the armed forces
Excellence in Business - a person who has been successful in their business endeavors
Excellence in Education - a person who demonstrates excellence in an educational career
Excellence in Athletics - a person who demonstrates success as an athlete or coach
Excellence in Public Service - a person who demonstrates success in public service: local, state, or federal government, police, firefighter, crossing guard, etc.
Excellence in Medicine/Health - a person who has been successful in the medical field
Friend of OLPR - a person who has been generous with their time or talents to benefit OLPR
Young Alumni Award - an alum that has graduated from OLPR and is living the school’s mission of being a contributing member of the global community
Blessed Pauline von Mallinckrodt Award- given to an individual or group who advocates for Catholic education