Cadet Creed

“I am an Army Junior ROTC Cadet. I will always conduct myself to bring credit to my family, country, school and the Corps of Cadets. I am loyal and patriotic. I am the future of the United States of America. I do not lie, cheat or steal and will always be accountable for my actions and deeds. I will always practice good citizenship and patriotism. I will work hard to improve my mind and strengthen my body. I will seek the mantle of leadership and stand prepared to uphold the Constitution and the American way of life. May God grant me the strength to always live by this creed.” 

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The Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) is a program put forth by the United States Armed Forces in high schools across the nation that train high school students in Leadership and Military Sciences. The program is entirely run by the cadets, with the assistance of two or more retired servicemen, a senior instructor (officer) and an assistant instructor (enlisted NCO, warrant officer, or commissioned officer of lesser rank). It is a military regulated high school program that educates high school students in leadership, self-confidence, and skills that can be applied to everyday life. The mission of JROTC is to motivate young people to become better American citizens.

Staff Position Descriptions:

Battalion Commander (Steffens)

  • Responsible for all the battalion does and fails to do
  • Makes operational decisions for the battalion
  • Designates particular areas for inspection and/or supervision by members of the staff and company leaderships
  • Requires reports from the staff as necessary
  • Inspects the work of staff
  • Organizes and presides over staff and commander calls
  • Ensures that guidance and directives are passed to the appropriate cadets and staff clearly and without delay
  • Works with school officials, campus organizations, and the community to coordinate battalion activities and ensure the battalion will act in accordance with school JROTC policy
  • Maintains close contact with the Senior Army Instruction
  • President Cader of the Board (Peters)
  • 2nd in command
  • Obtains the Battalion Commander's responsibilities when the BC is absent
  • Overall responsible for all Battalion operations
  • Supervises the operations staff, to include S-2, S-3, and S-6

PCBO(President Of The Cadet Board) (Mark-Jean-Baptiste)

  • Responsible for the setup and execution of all Promotion Boards
  • Manages and oversees the tracking of all cadet Merit/ Demerit systems (as directed by the SAI/AI)
  • Serves as the Commander during his / her absence
  • Maintains all promotion/administrative board proceedings
  • Responsible for upkeep of promotion standing list (as needed)
  • Ensures proper balance is maintained in the selection of all board members
  • Resolves all board issues and findings with SAI/AI
  • Establishes all required promotion board study material and maintains a sign out log as directed by the SAI/AI.

XO (Executive Officer) (Colunga)

  • Performs as the Battalion Commander during his absence and the absence of the DBCO
  • Act as the Commander of Troops during battalion formations
  • Advises the battalion commander on all matters involving the operation of the battalion
  • Directs and coordinates the Battalion Staff
  • Is aware of what tasks the staff is involved with and assists with their efforts
  • Performs duties as directed by the battalion commander
  • Directly supervises the S-1, S-4, and S-5
  • Command Sergeant Major (Records)
  • Assists the Battalion Commander as required
  • Ensures that cadets maintain a good military bearing and appearance
  • Keeps the Battalion Commander informed about the issues affecting the cadets
  • Sets the example in appearance, conduct, and participation
  • Organizes the Company Streamer Competitions
  • Responsible for all Individual Training to include uniforms and drill

S-1 (Vocaturo)

  • Prepares records and reports for the SAI and the Battalion Commander
  • Maintains cadet records, service, awards, promotions, and personal data
  • Maintains the Organization chart
  • Acts as secretary at Battalion Leadership Meetings

S-2 (Lopez)

  • Must be familiar with Microsoft Office programs
  • Responsible for ensuring that cadets understand security requirements and that battalion security directives and policies are current
  • Responsible for the accountability and security of all sensitive items
  • Collects all information required by the operational staff
  • Contributes to the operational staff as directed by the DBCO and S-3

S-3 (Almonte)

  • Organizes battalion operations and activities such as parades, reviews, and extracurricular events
  • Prepares all school/company trainings
  • Prepares Activity Planners and schedules
  • Maintains an Activity Calendar and notebook
  • Prepares/ensures After Action Reports (AARs) are completed; maintains activity/project files

S-4 (N/A)

  • Maintains accountability of battalion equipment and supplies
  • Prepares requisitions for equipment and supplies in accordance with Army regulations and policies
  • Ensures the service ability of Battalion equipment
  • Issues clothing, insignia, and other supply items as directed by the SAI/AI
  • Manages Supply Room operations and organizations and requirements

S-5 (Shelley)

  • Responsible for marketing JROTC
  • Coordinates and is responsible for publishing the battalion newsletter
  • Coordinates with the school newspaper and yearbook staffs to ensure JROTC is represented
  • Coordinates and helps plan public service events with the S-3 or Project Officers/NCO's
  • Ensures that photographs are taken at every JROTC activity
  • Prepares pre and post social media releases for all Battalion events and competitions
  • Maintains the Battalion History Binder and Battalion Scrapbook

S-6 (Creed)

  • Responsible for all photo and video support for all battalion events
  • Maintain and update the battalion social media pages
  • Maintain and update the battalion website
  • Responsible for the Battalions recall rosters, manage all Battalion internal communications
  • Manages JROTC Google Drive data

Command Sergeant Major (Records)

  • He/she is the senior cadet noncommissioned officer in the unit and is the commander’s advisor concerning enlisted and noncommissioned cadets and makes recommendations concerning promotions/reductions/awards and/or problem areas encountered.
  • Responsible to the commander for consolidation of attendance rosters at drill/classes/formations
  • Monitors the merit/demerit system and drill areas
  • Is responsible for the police of the JROTC classrooms and outside areas
  • Assigns extra duties and details as needed on a fair and equitable basis to enlisted cadets
  • Assists the executive officer in conducting investigations into irregularities and complaints concerning the merit/demerit system
  • Advises commander on all NCO matters and provides guidance. h. Perform other duties as assigned by the commander

Team Descriptions and Commanders:


The Drill Team is an extra-curricular activity in which cadets compete with different JROTC units in different regulations of Army Drill. Participation in the Drill Team earns the cadet awards based on performance.


The Academic team Improves your SAT and ACT scores to be more competitive for colleges and scholarships. Use your intellectual prowess to compete and represent the Greenwave.

Cyber Security

If you are interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), then come out and join our newest team! In this new program, teams are given a set of virtual images that represent operating systems and are tasked with finding cyber-security vulnerabilities within the images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services.

Raiders (Female Captain: Isabella Castillo)

The Raider Challenge Team (Adventure Team) is an extra-curricular activity in which cadets compete against different JROTC units in competitions that exemplify peak physical fitness and field skills such as rope-bridge building and crossing. Participation in the Raider Challenge Team will earn a cadet numerous awards and team trophies. Students interested in the Adventure Team must be active members of the JROTC Program.

Color Guard

The color guard (where the word color here means flag) carries the National Color and other flags appropriate to its position in the chain of command. Typically these include a unit flag, a departmental flag (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, or Coast Guard), or a state flag. In addition to the flag bearers, who are positioned in the center of the color guard, there are two individuals who carry rifles.


The Exhibition Team is a more intricate and varied version of the Drill Team, this team has more freedom in routines and also introduces exhibition rifles into routines. The Exhibition Team can compete in competition and display their skills at school and city events.


The Rifle Team is an extracurricular activity that competes with different JROTC units locally and nationally in the skill of marksmanship. Using air rifles, cadets compete as a team and as an individual. Participation in the Rifle Team earns a cadet certain merits and distinctions among his peers as well as firearm safety. Highly skilled cadets can earn scholarships and potentially try out for the US Olympic Team.

Unarmed Exhibition

The Unarmed Exhibition team is similar to the Exhibition team in that they are a more intricate and varied version of the Drill team. But what separates it from both teams is the absence of exhibition rifles and the reliance on one's own rhythmic ability and ability to perform in synchronization.
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