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Hollywood Hills High School Military Academy Wins JROTC Drill Meet

Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Congratulations to Hollywood Hills High School Military Academy for winning the first place overall championship title during the Broward County Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) Drill Meet.  The event took place at Fort Lauderdale High School on February 22, 2014.  The annual competition included more than 1,000 cadets from 24 JROTC programs competing in nearly two dozen different drill competitions.  In addition to taking top honors, Hollywood Hills Military Academy cadets took home 13 trophies for their skills in the various categories. 
Rounding out the top four overall winners were Everglades High School, Western High School and Monarch High School, which finished second, third and fourth respectively.  Select teams are now eligible to compete in state and national JROTC competitions.
For additional information, please contact Lt. Colonel Kenneth Green, Coordinator of JROTC and Military Programs, at 754-321-7626.
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