The ACC Lettermen club is the honorary title conferred upon students that have qualified and received their ACC All Star Letters. Click the link to see who is a member of this prestigious club.
How do I know if I qualify?
If you want to check your Letters qualification status you need to open the link and download the All Time All Star list PDF file. If you meet the selection criteria of 4 years in athletics, cross country and swimming or 3 years in basketball, cricket and netball, then you will qualify for Letters in that sport.
What does an ACC Letter look like?
Students that are awarded All Star letters will be presented with a framed "ACC Letter" as a memento of their outstanding achievement and will also become members of the exclusive ACC Lettermen Club. The "Letter" is a stylized chenille embroidered patch in a collegiate letterman jacket style. The letter is framed in a shadow box which includes a plate with the name and achievement listed. Sport pins are added to the box to designate the sport. Students only ever receive one framed Letter and if they achieve the feat of multiple sport letters they will only receive an additional sport pin to be added to the box.
Why is an ACC Letter so significant?
The foremost prize that every ACC student desires to win is his or her monogram, better known today as a Letter. The student who receives this stamp of achievement has earned the respect and praise of their sporting peers and school community.
Anything you possess is valued by what it costs, and this is the reason people treasure their ACC Letter so highly. To get your Letter you must first earn the right to have it, which means you have paid for your Letter with time, effort, sweat and sacrifice.
A Letter represents long hard days of practice and gruelling contests. It represents loyalty and the unselfish faithfulness of each student while in pursuit of a definite goal. It recalls cherished memories of experiences with coaches and teachers who worked, drilled and planned daily to help develop the ability you possess, those who taught you the power of dreams and how to make them a reality. It represents each individual event, specific opponents and the strategic moments of every contest in which you took part.
Last and far from least, your Letter is the stamp of approval or seal of recognition from your school and association signifying your achievement. Your letter represents the purposes and the ideas for which your school stands. You are the proud recipient of something that every student admires. The Letter is yours to display whenever and wherever you choose. May your Letter always remind you to live your life in a manner reflecting the ideals and spirit of your school. Your Letter should be a perpetual spring of inspiration and a constant stream of pleasant memories.