Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC)

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Course Description

     The goal of Air Force Junior ROTC is to build better citizens with high self-esteem, respect, and discipline.  This is done through a challenging academic curriculum and strong leadership program with concentrations on physical training.  We endeavor to strengthen character and develop leadership qualities by holding cadets responsible for their choices and actions.  Our goal is to develop an interest in aerospace and acquaint students with careers in military and  civilian aviation.  All instructors are retired Air Force Officers and NCOs with 20 years plus with superb academic and professional qualifications.  AFJROTC is a high school elective subject which meets graduation and college entrance requirements.  There is NO MILITARY OBLIGATION for participation in AFJROTC. 


Program Objectives

  1. Educate & train high school cadets in citizenship and life in life skills.
  2. Promote community service
  3. Instill a sense of responsibility
  4. Develop character, leadership, and self-discipline through education and instruction in air and space fundamentals and the Air Force’s core values of “Integrity First, Service Before Self and Excellence.



Cadet Command Staff Meeting

16 February - 5th Period

Presidents Day - No School

19 February

No School

11 March


13 March - Wednesday

Study ahead of time!  Click HERE for test information and study materials.

Unit Self-Evaluation

Due 15 March

Cadets have specific areas to complete in Wings.

Cadet Command Brief Due

Due 15 March
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