One special way you can support the McKinley Million Campaign and commemorate your contribution is by participating in the naming of a chair in the historic Marion M Scott Auditorium. Marion Maccarrell Scott was born in Virginia in 1843 and graduated from the University of Virginia during the American Civil War. He was a distinguished educator who was invited by the Meiji government of Japan in 1871 to teach English and to develop a training curriculum for Japanese teachers. He served as the principal of McKinley High School for 25 years (1884-1919) and it was during his tenure that the former Honolulu High School was renamed President William McKinley High School.
With a donation of $1,000, a brass plaque with your name and covered with clear plexiglass will be permanently affixed to the back of a chair in the Marion M. Scott Auditorium. This would also be a unique opportunity to honor your parents, a special teacher, classmate, or someone who played a significant role in your life. Please review the information on this website as well as the donation form regarding this unique opportunity.
Select Your Seat and Customize Your Plaque Today!
Seats in Section C are currently the only seats available for purchase. Please click on Section C (center section in front of stage) to get started.