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.
 


PCHS 2017 Graduation Sword Arch Detail - 5/19/17

 
 


YKK Dublin Community Service - 4/29/17

   
   
   
 
 

 


Keep America Beautiful Community Service - 4/22/17



NAS Pensacola Orientation Field Trip -3/9-12/17


Pensacola Orientation FT 2017 Photo album



Area 12 Wildcard Drill Meet - 2/11/17















Area 12 Orienteering Championship - 2/4/17



American Legion Post 76 Oratorical Contest Winners  - 2/2/2017




Byron & Fort Valley Christmas Parades - 3 December 2016

     
     
     
     
     
     


Habitat for Humanity Thanks & Share Banquet - 15 November 2016


Union Grove HS Air Rifle Shoulder-to-Shoulder Match - 12 November 2016




Veterans Day Programs - November 2016




Area Manager's Inspection - 8 November 2016

Peach County High School Navy JROTC Unit held its Annual Area Manager's Inspection (AMI) on Tuesday, November 8, 2016.  Although an all day event for the cadets, the ceremonial phase of the AMI was conducted at 10:00 AM in Anderson stadium. The day's events included a personnel inspection by the NJROTC Area 12 Manager, briefings, an inspection of cadet records, offices, NJROTC program administration, and a Pass-in-Review parade during the aforementioned ceremonial phase.  The public was invited and encouraged to attend the ceremonial phase from 10:00 to 11:00 AM.




Community Service  - Book Move Byron to WR Mall - 19 October 2016

   
   
   


Orienteering Camp 2016


Six PCHS NJROTC cadets participated in the Stockbridge HS-sponsored Orienteering Camp at Hard Labor Creek State Park in Rutledge Labor Day Weekend, September 2-4, 2016. Following a full day of orienteering training by instructors from the Georgia Orienteering Club on Saturday, September 3, the cadets were tested on their knowledge and competed against the other 160 campers on Sunday, September 4 on their designated courses.  On Sunday, Freshman Jessica Garcia came in 3rd place out of 40 females on the Orienteering course. The following cadets received medals for "Most Dedicated" cadets during training on Saturday: Senior Lontravious Holder, Junior Triston Davis, Freshmen Makayla Bembry and Jessica Garcia.  Freshman Travis Emmert received the "Most Improved" award for his training on Saturday.  All PCHS competitors successfully completed their timed course runs on Sunday. All cadets received completion certificates for their participation in this arduous training camp. Orienteering is an international sport requiring participants to run a timed course through unfamiliar terrain using map reading and compass skills to navigate to designated control points in order. See above photo of the PCHS NJROTC Orienteering Team. Pictured from Left to Right: Lontravious Holder, Makayla Bembry, Jessica Garcia, Triston Davis, Innocence Freeman, and Travis Emmert.

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