West Broward High School’s Junior Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (JROTC) cadets have lots of reasons to celebrate! They took the overall top honors in the 2016 Broward County Drill Meet on March 12, 2016. West Broward High placed first in 12 of the 17 different categories in the competition.
Twenty-four JROTC programs from across the District, with over 1,000 cadets, took part in the Broward County Drill Meet. The competition was hosted by Fort Lauderdale High School.
Western High School, Everglades High School, Plantation High School and Monarch High School rounded out the top five finishers, respectively. Select teams are now eligible to compete in state and national level drill competitions.
Broward County Public Schools proudly offers the second largest JROTC program in the nation, with a JROTC program in every traditional high school.
For additional information, contact Major Keith Duble at 754-321-7626 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pictured above: Members of the West Broward High School Drill Team with their awards following the 2016 Broward County Drill Meet.
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