• Annual New Cadet OrientationDear parents and guardians, The orientation will now take place from 8 - 11 August (Monday to Thursday) at Highland High. All new cadets must show up between 0900 - 0915 on the applicable days and will be dismissed by 1430 (2:30 PM) each day. On the first day, all cadets must enter via the main entrance to the school, and if possible we would like all parents to stay for a short 15 minute meeting that will start at 0915. On subsequent days, cadets will enter via door C4 at the back of the school near the tennis courts. Cadets must dress comfortably because they will be marching and working out. To get credit (receive a certificate) for attendance, a cadet must attend at least 3 of the 4 days. 

    If your child will attend the orientation we request that you email the following information to rsimpson@bhprsd.org and rmahoney@bhprsd.org no later than 22 Jul 2021:

    1. Cadet’s full name (First and Last)
    2. Cadet’s grade level for the coming year
    3. Any food allergies or medical issues that may prevent eating of certain foods or working out

    WHAT IS AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC?

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC) is a five-credit Practical Arts Course offered to all high school students. The mission of this course is to "BUILD BETTER CITIZENS FOR AMERICA" utilizing various text books and activities, focused on developing positive life skills and instilling confidence and a sense of responsibility to self and community. The course is open to any student in the Black Horse Pike Regional School District and is headquartered at Highland Regional High School.

    If you attend Triton or Timber Creek High Schools and are interested in joining, please look at the Q&A link to the left. Course details can be found by clicking on the courses of study link. Also, I hope you spent time looking at the activity slide show above. 

    Drill Team:

    Junior ROTC has a school-sponsored drill team and color guard, which competes against other Junior ROTC units approximately six times per school year.  These teams also perform at nearly every veterans-sponsored activity throughout the school year. Cadets try out for these teams and can earn a varsity letter by being selected and serving as an active member of the team.

    Extracurricular Activites:

    The Cadet Corps also sponsors various extracurricular activities throughout the school year.  Attendance is not mandatory, but is highly encouraged.  These activities include:

    • Military Dinning Out
    • Military Ball
    • Drill Competitions
    • Final Award Ceremony
    • Field Trips (State Capitol, Washington DC, Middle School visits)

    AirForce Junior ROTC cadets are involved in virtually every school and community service activity throughout the school year.  We are actively involved in Back to School Night, Theatre Works, Graduations, Community Cleanup and more. We are often thanked for our participation in events such as our Soles4Souls shoe drive (see letter below):

    Thank You Letter from Soles4Souls