Degrees and Certifications:
Ed.D.- United States Sports Academy- Sports Management M.A.- The University of Alabama- Secondary Education B.A.- The University of Alabama- Telecommunication and Film
Mr. Justin A. Moore
Moore begins his 10th year teaching overall and his 2nd year at Robertsdale High School. Upon graduation from the University of Alabama in 2006, Moore began his teaching career at the newly formed Spanish Fort High School in Spanish Fort, AL. In five years at Spanish Fort, Moore taught a variety of Language Arts: 7th and 8th Grade Literature, 8th Grade Composition, and 9th and 10th Grade English and Honors English.
In 2010, Moore began teaching at Oak Mountain High School in Birmingham, AL. During his stint at OMHS, Moore taught English 11/12 and chartered a Sports Broadcasting program using the NFHS Network (formerly PlayOn Sports) pilot network. Laying the foundation for the student-lead broadcasting program, Moore began live-streaming high school contests and performances for all of the OMHS extra-curricular activities.
Beginning in 2011, Moore returned to south Alabama and began teaching at Saraland High School in Saraland, AL. During his tenure, Moore taught Pre-AP English 10, English 12, and AP English Literature. In addition, Moore began working with the NFHS Network to provide Saraland High School with live-sports streaming of contests and events. Using Speech, Broadcast Journalism, and Film Editing courses; Moore began installing a similar and expanded version of the student-lead broadcast program.
Moore began working at Robertsdale High School in 2014 serving at the pleasure of Principal Joe Roh. Moore taught English 11 and English 11 Honors; and for the 2015-16 school year, he will teach English 12 and English 12 Honors.
Moore prepped at East Limestone High School in Athens, AL, where he was a two-sport letter winner and served as senior-class president and SGA president. In his off time, Moore enjoys trash-talking pick-up basketball, rapping in the studio, and dominating others on XBox Live.
In the best Criminal Minds voice over: Samuel Beckett once said, “Try again, fail again. Fail better.”