• Special Teams

    Our special teams compete many times each year in different competitions against many different schools and JROTC programs.


    This special team is an armed drill team that competes in multiple competitions throughout the school year. Armed drill consists of an inspection team, regulation team, and an exhibition team. The inspection team competes in competitions in which the whole team is asked questions by inspectors and judged on their bearing, knowledge, and rifle manuals. The regulation team competes by completing a regulation sequence that consists of rifle drill and marching. The exhibition team competes by performing a sequence of marching and rifle drill, but the drill they use is not regulated and they are able to do many moves that would otherwise be prohibited (spinning rifles, tossing rifles, throwing rifles, etc.).


    This special team is an unarmed drill team which competes throughout the school year. The unarmed drill team consists of an inspection team, a regulation team, and an exhibition team. The inspection team competes in competitions in which the whole team is asked questions by inspectors and judged on their bearing and knowledge. The regulation team competes by completing a regulation drill sequence that consists of unarmed drill and marching. The exhibition team competes by performing a sequence of unarmed drill that is not regulated in order to make interesting movements to impress judges, as well as drill the team also uses some step-team sequences; Step-Team is a form of percussive routine in which you use your body as an instrument (clapping, snapping, stomping, etc.).


    This special team is held to the highest standard and have place 1st within the Californian drill community. We are trained with the goal of team bonding,leadership and doing our best. We preform at competitions as well as ceremonies for anything from football games to military balls. In competition the team is judged on their bearing, rifle drill, flag drill, marching, and knowledge. This team is much more formal than the other teams and is dressed in class A and service caps.


    This special team is an athletic team that focuses on physical training, knot tying, and map reading. These cadets are working on team building and coordination to be able to work together when in compitions. They work on trust and liability to be able to corporate with eachother. This team gets a special camouflage uniform called the ACU (Army Combat Uniform).


    This special team consists of more individualized competitions and individual growth. It focuses on patience, focus and control. Cadets are trained how to properly handle and shoot a pellet rifle as well as the 3 positions for shooting, breath control, and gun safety measures. During competitions, all of these procedures are closely examined. In order to qualify for this team, you first must PASS a rifle/range safety test.


    This special team competes for a spot in the finals at Washington D.C., similar to the Academic team, by using their collective JROTC knowledge. The curriculum used in class, as well as general knowledge every cadet should know, is used in the questions asked on the competition tests. Teams of four plus two alternates compete at a time.


    This special team is based on problem solving and critical thinking. Cadets compete in the annual Academic Bowl using their JROTC Knowledge, Math, English, and Science skills along with current world event knowledge. By competing in the first two rounds of the competition, the cadets that compete have the chance of participating in the final round, which takes place in Washington D.C. Teams of four plus two alternates compete at a time.


    This special team that works to address growing cyber security threats. This team competes and can lead to a promising career in cyber security which is a growing profession.

Armed Drill


Unarmed Drill


Color Guard

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Leadership and Academic

leadership and academic

Cyber Security


Upcoming Competitions

  • As the COVID-19 Pandemic continues to recede and competitions and activities are able to resume, this is what we do during a typical school year:


    • Cyber Security Summer Camp (Cyber-Patriot team)
    • Marksmanship Team Summer Camp (Marksmanship Team)
    • Battalion Staff Training (Staff)
    • Uniform Issue (Staff)
    • Drill Camp (Armed & Unarmed Drill, Color Guard competitive training)
    • Freshman Registration (Staff)
    • Welcome Back to School Assembly (Color Guard and Drill Teams)
    • Back to School Night Support (Staff)


    • Cadet Key Leader Planning for SY 2022/2023 (Staff)
    • 9-11 Memorial Ceremony for School Campus
    • Football Game Support (Staff, Drill Team, Raider Team & Color Guard)
    • JROTC Battalion Photo and Opening Ceremony (Staff)
    • Troy Athletic Field Meet (Raider Team)
    • Back-to-School Night (Color Guard, Drill Team, and Staff)
    • Basic Leadership Training (All Cadets)
    • Service-Learning Project TBD (All Cadets)


    • Stadium Clean-Up/Fullerton City Trail Clean-Up/Beach Clean-Up (All Cadets)
    • Football Game Support (Staff, Drill Team, Raider Team & Color Guard)
    • JROTC Program Cadet Inspection (All Cadets)
    • Jogathon Color Guard and Support (Raider Team and Color Guard)    
    • Troy Academic Bowl (Academic Team)
    • Kaiser Biathlon (Marksmanship Team)
    • Halloween Party (Staff)
    • Kaiser Color Guard Competition (Color Guard)
    • Cyber-Patriot Competition, Round 1


    • Academic Knowledge Bowl Competition (Academic Team)
    • Leadership Bowl Competition (Leadership Team)
    • CyberPatriot Practice & Rounds 1 and 2 (Cyber-Security Team)
    • Booster Club Meeting (Parents and Sponsors)
    • Fullerton Veteran’s Day Parade (All Cadets)
    • Fontana Ray Pickett Marksmanship Comp (Marksmanship Team)
    • Chaparral Drill Meet (Armed, Unarmed, & Color Guard teams)


    • Inter-Battalion Competition (All Cadets)
    • North Torrance Marksmanship Match (Marksmanship Team)
    • Katella High School “Rookie Drill Meet” (All LET 1s in Armed, Unarmed, and Color Guard)           
    • Raider Challenge, Seal Beach (Raider Team)
    • Cyber-Security State Competition (Cyber-Security Team)
    • Christmas Party (Staff)
    • Cyber-Patriot Competition, Round 2


    • Bill Barker Marksmanship Match/Junior Olympics (Fontana HS) 
    • Booster Club Meeting (Parents and Sponsors)
    • CSUF Obstacle Course (Raider Team)
    • Nicolas Junior High School Visit (Raider Team PT Demonstration)


    • Cal Tech Quiz Bowl (Pasadena)
    • JROTC Sports Competition (Sonora HS)
    • Round 2, Academic & Leadership Team Competition (Academic & Leadership Teams)
    • Kaiser All Services Drill Meet (Armed & Unarmed Drill Teams, Color Guard, Raider Team, and Marksmanship Team)
    • Sonora Sports Day Competition (All Cadets)
    • Cyber-Patriot Competition, Round 3


    • Fullerton Drill Meet (All Cadets)
    • JROTC Program of Accreditation (JPA)
    • Fullerton High School Open House
    • Booster Club Meeting
    • Military Ball (Formal Event)
    • Field Trip – San Diego Harbor - Midway/ Fort Irwin National Training Center (NTC) 
    • Army Navy Academy Drill Meet (Carlsbad)
    • Memorial Day Preparation at Loma Vista Cemetery (All Cadets)


    • 8th BDE Marksmanship Postal Match (Marksmanship Team)             
    • JROTC Cadet Stakes (Drill Teams, Color Guard and Raider Teams)
    • Fighting Irish Drill Meet (Drill Teams and Color Guard)
    • JROTC Promotion and Awards Ceremony (All Cadets)
    • Golden Bear Drill Meet (Drill Teams and Color Guard)


    • Santiago HS Raider Challenge (Raider Team)
    • Company of the year competition (All Cadets)
    • Memorial Day Ceremony (All Cadets)
    • Graduation Parking Support & Color Guard (All Cadets)


    • Pre-Summer Leadership Camp Training (Cadets planning to attend Camp)
    • JCLC/Summer Leadership Camp (Lake Arrowhead, )
    • Cadet Battalion Staff Training (Staff)