A. J. Moore High School National Alumni Association

Scholarship Programs

Invest in Someone's Life

Invest into a deserving high school graduate by donating to the A.J. Moore Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.Over the years, donors have given to the association in memory of classmates and teachers, in recognition of a special person or occasion, in commemoration of their class reunions, or as a bequest in a will. Every donation is welcomed and appreciated.

Seniors planning to pursue a college education or further their vocational training are eligible to apply for scholarship. Service, leadership, and financial need are some of the criteria used in the selection process. You must rank in the top half of your graduating class to be eligible.

Students who wish to be considered for scholarship funding must complete an A. J. Moore High School Alumni Association application. Applications must be completed and submitted with all required documents. Incomplete applications will not be considered for an award. 

Download application or complete the form online below. 

2021 Class of J. J. Wilson Scholarship Recipients

Jeremiah Bennett: Waco High School, Waco, TX; Legacy Grandmother, Mrs. Arthur Lee Brown (’45); University of Texas, San Antonio, TX.

Jonathan Burren: Dubiski High School, Grand Prairie, TX; Legacy Family, Wilbert Burren, Jr.; Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

Taylor Howard: Connally High School, Waco, TX; Legacy Grandfather, Alden W. Howard; University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

Malcolm Jackson: Waco High School, Waco, TX; Legacy Grandfather, Noah Jackson, Jr.; University of Texas, San Antonio, TX.

Andrew Mornes-Jones: Waco High School, Waco, TX; Legacy Family, Samuel Jones; McLennan Community College, Waco, TX.

Jessika Keggins: La Vega High School, Waco, TX; Legacy Family, William Blackwell; University of Mary Hardin Baylor, Belton, TX.

Faith Powell: China Spring High School, Waco, TX; Legacy Grandmother, Elvassie Sanders; Abilene Christian University, Abilene, TX.

Rodrick Williams: Henderson High School, Henderson, TX; Legacy Grandfather, Robert Lee; Texas State University, San Marcos, TX.

2020 Scholarship Recipients

Hannah Raquel Emanuel

Ridge Point High School, Missouri City, TX.

University of Arizona, Biomedical Engineering

T'Aneka Brenai Bowers (R1)

T’Aneka Brenai Bowers

Lamar High School, Houston, TX

Dillard University, Psychology

Shekinah Davis (R2)

Shekinah Davis

Waco High School, Waco, TX

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Nursing

Taylor Denise Williams (R1)

Taylor Denise Williams

A&M Consolidated High School, Bryan, TX

Sam Houston State University, Communications

2019 Scholarship Recipients

During the year of 2019 Moore High School National Alumni Association awarded $1000.00 scholarships to 13 high school seniors who are pursuing higher educational goals at vocational schools, colleges, or universities.

Professor J.J. Wilson 2019 Scholarship Recipients

Josephine R. Curtis
Melvin R. Thomas
Halee M. Wise
Amari Gibson

Abigail M. Howard
Simayin M. Davis
Kayla N Campbell
Lyrics S McGowan

Andrea N. Watkins
Darrell W. Sauls
Chad L. Cotton II
Ja’llen A.G. Harris
Amaya I. Proxter

Investing in Someone to Become Great

Professor J. J. Wilson Scholarship Fund

A Great Reason to Give

A. J. Moore High School National Alumni Association has awarded scholarships annually to alumni descendants since its beginning in 1989. These scholarships have helped our descendants to grow progressively and succeed personally, technically, and academically.

Our Scholarship fund is an excellent opportunity for individuals, families, class groups and businesses to make significant contributions that will help deserving students pursuing higher education. Honorarium and memorial donations are always welcome and most appreciated. Because your Alumni Association is a tax-exempt entity (501c3), your donations are tax deductible!

To give to the Scholarship Fund download the application form and mail it in or complete the below form and make payment. Fields with * are required.  


A.J. Moore High School National Alumni Association is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1973 in Waco, Texas, and has been strongly supporting deserving students and their descendants for the past 45 years.