Mr. Robert Delmore


Robert Delmore Jr. is a native of Baton Rouge, LA. He attended Belaire High School and graduated from there in 2003. Upon receipt of a Track Scholarship, Robert went on to attend the University of New Orleans (UNO). While at UNO, he served as a board member of the Progressive Black Student Union as well as the Bigger Better Business Chair of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. Robert went on to set a school record in the 60m dash as well as four top three records in various other events. In 2005, he transferred to Southern University. While at Southern, he majored in Political Science, served as the Track Team Captain for two years as well as member of SAAC (an association for student athlete leaders). He also received an additional scholarship from the New Orleans chapter of the National MBA association for winning an essay writing competition on how to rebuild New Orleans post Katrina. After graduating undergraduate school, he attended Southern University Law Center (SULC). While attending SULC, he served as the President of Business Entrepreneur Leadership Association (BELA), and worked as law clerk for Hearing Officer Paula Clayton, as well as Judge Alvin Batiste both of the 18thJDC. In 2011, he graduated from law school but immediately started teaching. He began teaching at Crestworth Learning Academy. From Crestworth, he moved on to teach at Capitol High School. While at Capitol, Robert served as an Assistant Football coach, Head Track coach, and Senior Class co-sponsor. Robert is currently active in his community as he serves as board member for an HIV/AIDS awareness organization called Hope and Mercy which is also based in his church home Grace and Compassion. He is also the host of a mixed talent night entitled “I Just Want to be Heard” in which he also performs poetry and follows the motto, “I’m here to entertain, enlighten and educate.”

Slaughter Community Charter School
2944 Hwy 412 West, Slaughter, LA 70777

Phone: (225) 570-8682

Fax: (225) 570-8694