This special team is an armed drill team that competes in multiple competions throughout the school year. Armed exhibition consists of marching sequences that is intregated with rifle movements.
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 preform ceremonials for football games to military balls.
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 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 is an unarmed drill team which competes throughout the school year. This is a new special team in our program and are always looking for cadets to join. Unarmed exhibition consists of intricate marching sequences along with hand and body movements. Some step-team sequences are also used; Step-Team is a form of percussive routine in which you use your body as an instrument(clapping, snapping,stomping etc.).
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 is 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.