"It feels amazing. It's really great. It's really great," said Hall of Fame Inductee Scott Mayo.
Scott Mayo is a musician who currently lives in Los Angeles.
"I play saxaphone, clarinet, flute, and piano and I sing," said Mayo.
His love of performing grew from local roots to a career where he's shared the stage with many talented people.
"I played with Mick Jagger, Earth Wind and Fire, Bruce Springsteen. I played for movies, and records and Ray Charles, Queen Latifah. It's been a great life," said Mayo.
A great life that now includes being inducted with three others into his alma mater's Hall of Fame.
President of the Alumni Council Joe Bellanca says they receive about 15 nominations a year but only four are selected for the annual awards, started in the year 2000.
"We look at them as a whole concept: what have they done in their communities, what have they done for maybe the school district that they are affiliated with," said Bellanca.
Inductee Matthew Allen works at Golisano Children's Hospital. Allen credits his time at Rush-Henrietta with giving him the foundation for the rest of his life.
"I think it definitely assisted me in kind of knowing where I wanted to go. I had a great counselor who helped me get into the St. John Fisher College program where I got into college for, and it was a great experience," said Allen.
Other 2013 inductees Doctor Jacqueline LaLonde Darcey and Major Charles Guess. Mayo and Allen hope that by looking at their accomplishments, current RH students realize their own dreams.
"I think if you listen to your teachers and look for assistance when needed, it is definietly a possible to do anything you want to do," said Allen.
"Don't stop doing what you do. Keep doing it and do it because you love it and success will find you," said Mayo.