Six retired Houston County teachers earned a spot in the school system's hall of fame.
They will be inducted in a special ceremony this Sunday.
One of them is Ray Horne, a 74-year-old who says he's still too young to leave high school.
Horne moves through the halls of Northside High School in Warner Robins a little slower than he once did.
But that's expected. After all, he started teaching drama in 1963. That's the year Northside High opened.
Horne said, "It's entirely different now. The theater's different now."
Through the years, he has coached thousands of students, in hundreds of stage productions.
Horne said, "They're so imaginative. They are so creative. I just love to see the progress they make."
Horne's direction guided the school into state and national ranks as a top drama program, where it remains. Horne's predecessor, Brian Barnett, now leads the program.