• Team schedule practice times

    All times are from 1505 -1630

    Monday---Marksmanship, Unarmed Exhibition, Aerospace and Rocketry

    Tuesday---Unarmed Regulation, Color Guard

    Wednesday---Armed Regulation, Marksmanship, Unarmed exhibition, Aerospace and Rocketry

    Thursday---Academic, Unarmed regulation, Color guard

    Friday---Armed regulation and academics

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  • Welcome to the WILLIS High School AFJROTC Webpage

    DISTINGUISHED UNIT With MERIT    2013-2014, 2019-2020

    DISTINGUISHED UNIT   2014-2015,  2015-2016,  2016-2017, 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2021-2022

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    12 Feb Recruitment night

    14 Feb all Cadets wear service dress to school for Unit Photo

    15 Feb BMS Track and Field meet Community service

    19 Feb Paintball cadets and family members welcome

    28 Feb BMS Track and Field Meet Community Service

    2 Mar Bluebonnet Drill Meet

    22 Mar Unit Evaluation

    23 Mar Raider Competition

    27 HMNS field trip

    12 Apr Bataan Death March

    17 Apr Awards Night

    3 May Military Ball

    15 Field Day

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

              

  • Dear AFJROTC Family,

             Thank you for considering Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) for your loved one. AFJROTC is an incredible program and our mission is “To develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.” Our program is completely voluntary and no student can be forced to take AFJROTC but the support and encouragement you give your student to “try” the program is incredibly important.

             There are a few important points we want to ensure are very clear to our families.

    1. If a student takes AFJROTC in high school, there is never any obligation to join the military.

    2. AFJROTC emphasizes “life skills” which will help students long after high school.

    3. AFJROTC will help prepare your student for success following high school.

              It’s important to know all JROTC programs are citizenship programs. They are not military recruiting programs and the citizenship charter is stated in Title 10 United States Code law. AFJROTC works to teach important skills and reinforce personal traits to help make your student successful in life, no matter what type of career they choose following high school. These life skills are based on the Air Force core values of “integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do.” Your student will learn important aspects of leadership, followership, adherence to personal appearance and grooming standards, proper uniform wear and will also have the opportunity to participate in some very exciting co-curricular activities to include community service. These activities reinforce the lessons they will learn in the classroom and provide them an opportunity to lead and learn among their peers. These activities are our “hands on” teaching tools and are a very fun and exciting way to reinforce the importance of team-work, service, positive attitude, hard-work, and positive image. AFJROTC is a place where a student will not only start to grasp important life lessons, but they will truly feel a sense of accomplishment, belonging, and pride that comes with teamwork and success.