Original Supernova Stars

Unfortunately the original purpose for the Supernova Stars had to be stopped. However, as our non-profit efforts continue we hope to head back to the foundation of the program.

SuperNova hope to prepares children to find jobs, create opportunities, and plan goals in order to achieve a successful future.

The purpose of this corporation is:
•    To provide Mentors that will work closely with students throughout the year.
•    To provide Scholarships assist with pursuing their goals which are closely monitored.
•    To provide funds to aid in projects, or facilitate other needs of the students and/or the school.
•    To provide Volunteer Opportunities for students to make a difference in their community and     country in their desired area of interest.
•    To provide Job Opportunities/Internships for those children interested in career development.

Reach for the Sky, Aim for the Stars.


  1. S.pirit: Life’s more than breath and the quick round of blood; It is a great spirit and a busy heart. Phillip Bailey
  2. T.alent: Everyone has talent. What is rare is the courage to follow that talent to dark place where it leads. Erica Jong
  3. A.ttitude: Take the attitude of a student, never be too big to ask questions, never know too much to learn something new. Og Mandino
  4. S.uccess: True success is success that changes you and the people around you. Unknown
  5. R.esponsibility: Success on any major scale requires you to accept responsibility. In the final analysis, the one quality that all successful people have is the ability to take on responsibility. Michael Kord


Initiation School:
Moores Primary and Junior High School

Applicant Requirements: 

  1. Must have the drive and a passion to excel.
  2. Teachers must feel they exemplify passion and drive to be successful.
  3. Grades are not used as the major facet in scholarship decision.

The SuperNova Program, offers students at Moores Primary and Junior High School an opportunity to excel beyond the expected curriculum and truly go into their passions by exploring what is going on in the world around them. This program combines training, research and service in the areas of the applicant’s interests whether it be science, history, law, physical education etc. A special emphasis is placed on understanding and addressing how their interests affect their community, country and the world.  Furthermore, it is our goal to prepare them for a better chance of accomplishing their desired goals in the near future.

Through their involvement with the SuperNova Program, students will develop expertise on selected topics by participating in activities with specialist, educators and students. Students will acquire an understanding of how to make and achieve goals and pursue careers of their choice and having leadership roles on projects, events, or volunteer activities.

Students can expect to:
1.    Spend an average of five (3) to eight (4) hours per week devoted to SuperNova activities, including meeting hours.
2.    Attend seminars and training sessions designed to provide a broad-based understanding on many issues (cultural, educational, political).
3.    Be a mentor to someone in a younger grade, as well as work closely with the other student in their grade.
4.    Learn skills in the areas of how to apply and search for jobs, further education and serve their community.
5.    Create and conduct many projects related to their passions
6.    Provide service to their school, community and country in order to spread their knowledge to others around them.
7.    Travel nationally and/or internationally.
8.    Be recognized and celebrated for their efforts.

How to Become a SuperNova Star 
The SuperNova Program is a commitment and is only offered to students who will be able to devote many years to the program.  Student participants will receive a yearly scholarship that will be retrieved upon graduation to pay for school or as seen fit by submitted request that will be deposited into a bank account.

The SuperNova students will meet weekly after school to work with mentors and work on projects. More days after school may be necessary in order to complete some projects.