Peach County High School NJROTC Unit Homepage

Welcome to the Peach County HS NJROTC Unit Website!

Welcome to our Website!

Our program is about the education of the Navy. We study anything and everything about the Navy, including naval skills, leadership skills, and learning to become a better citizen. Here you will find information on events, pictures, team practices and summaries of our accomplishments.


Memorial Day Dedication @ Festival Park - 5/25/18




PCHS Graduation 2018

  
 
  
 
 
 
 


Recent News

March was a busy month for PCHS NJROTC as they held their annual Military Ball at Robins AFB, took an orientation field trip to Pensacola, and competed in a drill meet at MLK High School in Lithonia. The Military Ball was held on Saturday, March 3 at the Robins AFB NCO Club and featured a traditional program followed by a wonderful meal and dancing. The theme for the evening was a Yule Masquerade Ball. The cadets traveled to Naval Air Station Pensacola, FL from March 8 through 11 for overnight stays and orientation visits and tours of the Naval Air Station, the floating retired battleship USS Alabama in Mobile, AL, the National Naval Aviation Museum, and Fort Barrancas. On March 17, 2018, PCHS NJROTC competed in the NJROTC Area 12 NJROTC "Little Dog" Drill Meet at Martin Luther King, Jr High School in Lithonia, GA. The cadets brought home 1st place trophies in Color Guard, Overall Drill, Academics, Boys 8 X 220 relay, and Girls 8 X 220 relay races. They also won 2nd place trophies in Unarmed Basic Drill and Overall Drill Meet. They also brought home 3rd place trophies in Armed Basic Drill and Curl Ups. In April, NJROTC cadets will travel to Savannah overnight for the annual NROTC Spring Review and a campus visit and tour at Savannah State University and then to Charleston, SC to tour the floating retired aircraft carrier USS Yorktown museum at Patriots Point.
   
   


American Legion Oratorical Contest - 2/8/18



Area 12 Orienteering Championship - 2/3/18



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