• JROTC Teams 
    Color Guard
    Color Guard is a team of cadets who are well disciplined and hardworking 
    individuals. This team is made up of the four best cadets ready 
    to take on the role of presenting the flags correctly and precisely; as a
    command is called out this dedicated team is ready to follow those commands.
    Here come the shooters!! Under strict safety rules and on point 
    aiming, the rifle team knows how to hit the bulls-eye. Rifle is a safe shooting
    sport known in a wide variety of competitions. Including college,
    an Olympic and Jr. Olympic sport, some cadets can even go national.
    It consists of five disciplined cadets shooting in three 
    positions: prone, standing, and knelling. It's more than just the basics styles!
    Ever got lost in the woods? Well our orienteering team hasn't,
    because they sure know how to navigate around any terrain. 
    With there handy dandy compass and maps, these cadets can track down
    anything in any terrain. With a team of four cadets aware of there 
    surroundings, tracking points is in there blood.
    PT (Physical Training)
    PT stands for physical training and the team consist of two co-ed teams.
    Each team is made up of four cadets. These individuals are trained to do it all!
    From  push ups, sit ups, tons of other exercises, and running. This 
    team is in it for the fitness. Can you do 100 push ups in 2 minutes?
    I know the PT team can!
    The cadets with high academic abilities are put on this team to
    compete in rigorous test taking. The team consist of six members 
    that take on leadership and academic challenges.
    Humble JROTC has advanced to Level 3 of the Army
    JROTC Academic Bowl! Only 72 programs have qualified for
    the championships. Go Wildcats! 
    Here are the roughest and most toughest players in the teams. 
    The raiders take on difficult obstacle courses. This team holds
     the top notch cadets that are amazing at all  aspects of JROTC. The Raiders 
    are challenged to run 2 miles with a 20 pound ruck sack.