rotcsmall    Welcome to Air Force Junior ROTC NC-955

    rotclarge   Rotc students tour Boston 2018   Color Guards
                                                                                                          Cadets tour Boston (Oct 2018)                                      Drill Meets and Color Guards

     Cadets visit Camp LeJeune Sep 2016   Summer Leadership Camp    Ellis Island
            Cadets visit Camp LeJeune                                       Summer Leadership Camps                                        Touring NYC and West Point


    Now accepting Flight Academy applications

    Spend about 8 weeks this summer learning how to fly at an accredited university flight program!

    Who may apply?
    Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Air Force Junior ROTC cadets over 16 years of age with a GPA of 3.0 and Senior Instructor endorsement.

    Cadets have the potential to earn their pilot’s license by the end of the program!

    Click  link   to start your application after receiving endorsement from Captain Werder:  Apply to Flight Academy


    NC-955 Information:

    The AFJROTC mission is to develop citizens of character, dedicated to serving their nation and community. The goal of the program is to instill in high school cadets the values of: citizenship, service to the United States, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment.

    NC-955's goals are to instill core values to build good citizens, hard-working followers, and strong involved leaders who set the example for others.

    Captain Louis D. Werder is the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI), and teaches: 

    • Aviation History
    • Science of Flight
    • Exploration of Space
    • Cultural Studies and Global Awareness
    • Management of the Cadet Corps
    • Drill and Ceremonies
    • Physical Fitness

     CMSgt Dwight Holmes is the Aerospace Science Instructor (ASI), and teaches Leadership Education. His courses include:

    • Traditions, Wellness, and Foundations of Citizenship
    • Communication, Awareness, and Leadership
    • Life Skills and Career Opportunities
    • Principles of Management
    • Management of the Cadet Corps
    • Drill and Ceremonies
    • Physical Fitness

    Cadets wear the provided Air Force uniform on Wednesdays.  We also participate in weekly Physical Fitness activities as part of our regular curriculum.

    New students are always welcome to Air Force Junior ROTC. Students can be involved in our numerous extracurricular activities and field trips should they desire. While there are advantages to taking Junior ROTC should you desire to pursue a career in the military, we are not recruiters. We can refer students should they seek guidance, but our mission is to build leaders and develop citizens. Advanced education is highly recommended if at all attainable.

    College Search and Career Search engines on class web page: https://ucps.instructure.com/courses/27092


    Please send comments/suggestions to: Louis.Werder@ucps.k12.nc.us