Hall Of Fame

Hall of Fame (HOF)

Nomination Guidelines & Application

The R. R. Moton High School Hall of Fame is chaired by Mr. Raymond Marbury.

Applicants are given two options for submitting the Hall of Fame (HOF) Nominations:

Dr. Marbury Daughers of Florence Hosea Ramond Marbury
     Dr. Marbury, Daughters of Florence Hosea accepting award with Raymond Marbury.

1).  Online, or  2). Paper and Pencil Form.  The deadline for submitting the form is    May 31st of current year.

We encourage you to complete it online, if possible. You will need to upload a picture of your nominee, make sure you have it on your computer prior to beginning the nomination process.

1. Online. Click the link below, complete the form online, print a copy for your records and submit.

Hall of Fame Online Nomination Form

2. Paper and Pencil Form. Click the highlighted link below, download the nomination form, complete it and submit according to directions.

Hall of Fame Paper & Pencil Nomination Guidelines & Application

Hall of Fame Recipients 2019

picture with Dorothy Buchanan
To find out more about the 2019 Hall of Fame Recipients: Dorothy S. Buchanan , Michael L. Hall, Curtis L. Marbury & John T. Smith, click on the hyperlink associated with their name. Mr. Raymond Marbury serves as coordinator for the Hall of Fame.

Hall of Fame Recipient 2017

Congratulations to the 2017 Hall of Fame recipients.

The 2017 recipients Moton Hall of Fame Award were:  Iburia-Hall-Haynes, Ph.D,  Lonnie David Marbury (deceased), and Mary Hughes.  For more information about the nominees, click the link associated with their names.


Hall of Fame  2015

Congratulations to eight extremely deserving former students of Robert R. Moton High School who were inducted into its newly established Moton High Hall of Fame (MHHOF). The 2015 inaugural inductees were as follows: Willie Lewis Cooper, ’59;  Arthur L. Kelly ’55; Dr. Carl Harris Marbury, ‘53; Joseph Marbury, ’57; Rendon Marbury, ’55; Nathan Martin, ’56; Ronnie Rose, ’65; and Florence Z. Hosea, ’53 (Posthumously).

The MHHOF award is given to individuals who have made significant contributions to their community or society through distinguished careers while exhibiting the qualities of character, citizenship, and loyalty.

To find out more about each recipient, click on the link associated with their name.

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