Faculty Advisor/Sponsor: Col. Flegler, Sgt. Smith
Mission/Purpose: JROTC will provide a quality citizenship, character, and leadership development program, while fostering partnerships with communities and educational institutions. Thus resulting in motivating young people to become better citizens.
Raider Competition or ""Raider"" as it is more commonly known is a very popular athletic competition held within Junior ROTC programs around the United States. It is the Junior ROTC equivalent of the Army ROTC ""Ranger"" competition in college, only far less dangerous but very challenging as well! The events are held outdoors in state parks or large expansive wooded areas.
A JROTC Drill Team is a marching unit that performs routines based on military drill. These teams often perfect their proficiency and then choose to compete against other programs. These competitions are generally called “Drill Meets”, and are held all across the world.
JUNIOR LEADERSHIP ACADEMIC BOWL (JLAB)
The JROTC Academic Bowl tests Cadets on their knowledge by using SAT/ACT-type questions in the areas of JROTC curriculum, English, math and science. One of the main goals of the JROTC Academic Bowl is to prepare students for state exit/graduation exams as well as college entrance exams, such as the SAT and ACT. The JROTC Leadership Bowl tests Cadets on their knowledge by hands- on and interactive learning. One of the main goals of the JROTC Leadership Bowl is to challenge students to think outside the box and encourage them to discover and utilize their leadership styles.
Teams are comprised of 6 Cadets (4 primary and 2 Alternates) fore each team. Seniors can not be on the teams and Cadets can not be on both teams.
Affiliations: The Boy Scouts of America