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FAIRBORN HIGH SCHOOL JROTC

Developing citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.

 

WE DO NOT RECRUIT for the military.  At Fairborn High School Air Force JROTC, we know what it takes to enhance our students’ education. Our unique approach to learning and top quality faculty makes Fairborn High School Air Force JROTC more than just a physical High School - it’s a life experience. We invite you to explore our dynamic and diverse community and stop by for a visit at your convenience. 

Parents and Students at the bottom of the page you will find our annual calendar that gives you an idea of what we participate in and when. This calendar is VERY fluid, however, Cadets are notified weeks in advance of opportunities along with the dates and any possible fees.

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Fairborn High School Air Force JROTC provides an enriched learning environment that has helped countless students get ahead. Founded in 1969, the High School is located in Fairborn, Ohio, and reflects the diverse backgrounds and cultures of the area. We’re extremely proud of our students and staff, who are always eager to learn, create and grow together. Give us a call if you need more information.

 

You can also visit http://www.fairborn.k12.oh.us/fairbornhighschool_home.aspx and go under the Students or Parent tabs to view current information. One of the better places to see what the cadets are doing is on our Facebook or Instagram. We DO NOT recruit for the military at all! Anyone may join. We have cheerleaders, football players, soccer players, honor society students, and struggling students. This proves that ANYONE can join.

We are one team!

All students are given a monthly flyer with all upcoming events, dates, and times. They are responsible to get these home and read!

Signing up to join is as easy as adding JROTC to your schedule. No matter the year of school you are in! You will earn credits if you decide to join a service branch or just build a great resume with JROTC. Call or visit anytime. You can check us out on Facebook and Instagram for weekly updates.

The instructors with JROTC have a combined 40 plus years military experience. The Air Force carefully evaluates all instructors before they are submitted to the schools as JROTC instructors.

Trips, Clubs, Community Service, Community Involvement, Shoot rockets, Fly Aircraft and Simulators. We do good things for all and really help focus you on grades, being respectful, and preparing for the future. We are a one team concept. All 120 plus cadets are all friends. This helps with things like tutoring, social skills, team building, leadership etc. Communication is VITAL Cadets need to make sure everyone at home knows what is going on event wise!

There are certain requirements you must meet. Standards are required. You must follow the Air Force Instruction on grooming and uniform standards. Not wearing your uniform without valid excuse multiple times will result in class failure. Same with not being in standards (Hair etc.) Fighting, disrespect to teachers/family/parents, breaking school rules etc. are NOT tolerated! Your Cadet Guide will be well read and understood by you. A form will be signed by parents stating that you have both read the guide and you are able to participate in PT. NOTE: You do not have to be in shape and may have medical issues (physical or mental concerns DO NOT exclude you) to participate, however, instructors MUST be informed.

MEDIA ROOM

JROTC is strong in the community! 

Cadets have a big presence in the community. From the largest watering station at the Air Force Marathon to collecting goods for those less fortunate. We participate with color guards for local occasions and work with local businesses.

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The handbook:

This will guide you through the program.

You can stay for one year or you can stay four it's all up to you! You MUST read the handbook. You will sign a form and your parent/guardian will sign a form stating you understand the book.

Examples:

-Replacement uniforms/items cost $

-Failing to turn in uniform costs $

-Learn Cadet rank and structure

-Classroom requirements

-How to use self-discipline

Etc.

50 YEARS ACTIVE

Our program started in 1969 and was the 1st program born the 3rd year of  JROTC .

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“I believe in the rational, but not in the magical power of education.”

Maria Edgeworth

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February 03, 2021

SCHEDULE FOR JROTC

October 01, 2020

Calendar of Events

(Typical ANNUAL schedule)

Subject to change!!!

NOTE: Subject to change this calendar is to give you approximate activities and dates. Any events that are not listed (Pop-up type events) are discussed with Cadets weeks/months in advance. This includes any fees or costs.

PARENTS- We more than welcome parents to stay involved!!! Follow us on Facebook, and Instagram!!!!

SCHEDULE FOR CLUBS - Unless participating in a club students may not loiter in JROTC or use JROTC as an excuse to be in building. When the instructors are gone you are NOT allowed to be here under the JROTC flag. Clubs end at 1500 on the dot! Any exceptions MUST be approved through SASI/ASI.

Every Monday and Wednesday – LEGO LEAGUE

1st and 3rd Tuesday monthly ROCKETS AND RC CLUB

2nd and 4th Tuesday monthly GARDEN CLUB

1st and 3rd Thursday monthly PT CLUB

2nd and 4th Thursday monthly Academics clubs/tutoring

Every Friday – Staff Meeting and Logistics

COLOR GUARD is every Friday IN CLASS

 

Wednesday UNIFORM DAY – Mandatory uniform wear if not here wear next school day if no ZERO for grade

Thursday PT DAY (Must have issued PT GEAR FOR GRADE, participation is MANDATORY unless you have doctors note, but you ONLY do what you can do! The Cadet must speak up and sit out if something is beyond their capability)

 

MANDATORY FUNCTIONS

-Air Force Marathon Water Station – 1st Quarter

-JROTC in the park social function – 1st Quarter (Booster Club)

-Field Day - 1st quarter or 2nd quarter

-Dining In/OUT – 2nd quarter MANDATORY free event MUST BE THERE Combo 1 or Modified Service Dress

First weeks of school – JROTC funds due, Fitness forms due, Cadet Handbook forms due.

First weeks of school – Uniform issue, release of students who do not want to follow requirements.

September - WELCOME picnic at Fairborn park information handed out in class ALL WELCOME!

September – Air Force Marathon Fairborn has a water station ALL CADETS

October – Picture day in uniform. No cost unless purchasing photos

October – Sports day at Fairborn compete with other JROTC’s

November – Veterans Day support usually downtown Fairborn

February Military Ball – Usually around $20 to 30.00 for cadets interested in going. Combo 1 or modified Service dress. Ladies MAY wear gowns. Guests will wear FORMAL!!!! Guests will be approved by SASI/ASI 

March – May – Curriculum In Action Trips

--Air Force Museum – $5.00

Military Ball - 20-30.00 per person in local area 

--Long distance trips that require bus, hotel, etc. vary in cost. We try to keep it below $200.00

May – Hamvention public service parking event MANDATORY

July - 4th of July parade color guard and possible block formation if available

 

-Multiple Various Color Guard opportunities throughout the year

-Drill Meets – If on drill team various events throughout the year

-Orienteering Meets – If in Orienteering Club 3 to 4 per school year $5.00 to $15.00

-Students have briefings and papers that might be due in classes as listed on Google classroom

-Students MUST wear the proper uniform combination on uniform days. No excuses no exceptions. Manage dry cleaning wisely. If a student is absent on uniform day they may wear the proper combo the next day.

STUDENTS are responsible to keep parents/guardians informed.  Updates are given daily on the board and in class. Students must inform home about what's going on. Google Classroom is also used along with remind. Students have all the information they need and MUST get it to home!!!

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