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Welcome to the Bear Battalion!

Griffin High School JROTC 

Cadet Jason Yeszkonis receives ROTC Scholarship at Award Ceremony
Cadets participate in local food drive
LTC (Ret) Flegler addresses cadets at military ball
Cadets Allen and Garrett poses for Mister and Miss JROTC pic at military ball
Cadet Jerry Boyett salutes missing person table at military ball
JROTC Saber Team performs at graduation
JROTC Saber Team welcomes rising ninth graders
JROTC color-guard performing at GHS Graduation
Cadet Peaden serves as escort during Homecoming
GHS Raiders competing


(Frequently Asked Questions)
  • What is JROTC?

'The Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps' (otherwise known as JROTC) is a federal program sponsored by the United States Armed Forces and can be found with high schools through-out the country. JROTC is a military regulated program that combines classroom instruction with service to school and community.
  • Why should I join JROTC?

JROTC is designed to offer high-school students leadership experiences in order to motivate them to become better American Citizens.The program is designed to teach students citizenship, responsibility, leadership, community service and teamwork while instilling in them a sense of accomplishment and self-discipline. 

  • Is JROTC part of the Military?

No. While JROTC is beneficial to students who wish to advance into military careers, JROTC does not intend to recruit.Our only goal is to motivate young people to be better citizens. We emphasize character education, student achievement, wellness and diversity.



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