Welcome to Extra-Curricular Activities
Participation in a variety of athletic and non-athletic high school activities is an asset in preparing for the demanding college and military academy program, and is a competitive factor in your application to any college and university.
Sustained participation and leadership in these activities is desirable. For more on extracurricular activities appropriate to a competitive application, see Advice to Our Cadets.
Low participation in sanctioned or high school athletic and non-athletic extracurricular activities may result in a noncompetitive college application.
Keep in mind that colleges also give consideration to high school candidates who work after school. Special consideration is always given to unusual accomplishments either in or out of high school. Be sure your preferred college Admissions Office knows of your successes.
See your BRACE Advisor for more information on the college application and admissions process.
Drill Team and Ceremony
Uniformity, Sharpness, and Precision
Create a team of well skilled and trained individuals who march with pride in their steps. Competition against other JROTC teams in Armed and Unarmed Drill Sequences.
Color Guard and Honor Guard
Accuracy, Uniformity, and Leadership
Teams of 4-7 male and/or female cadets with the task of presenting the colors at sanctioned events.
Junior Leadership Academic Bowl (JLAB)
Academics, Intelligence, and Leadership
Working together to answer Academic and JROTC questions online on a timed basis in a competitive environment.
Precision, Accuracy, and Speed
A top notch marksmanship team. From shooting in the prone position, to kneeling, and standing.
Strength, Endurance, and Teamwork
Create the best of the best Raider teams, competing in multiple challenges; from building a rope bridge, to running 5Ks, and litter carries.