• NJROTC Teams

    Drill Team:

    The drill team is made up of cadets who are particularly interested in sharpness and precision developed by close order drill and manual of arms. The team represents South Aiken High School in various Parades, Ceremonies and Competitions throughout the state with other NJROTC units.

    Team Captain: Cadet Luna Leadbetter

     

    Rifle Team:

    Rifle Team is made up of cadets who already shoot well and those who would like to shoot well. The rifle team represents South Aiken High School in rifle competitions that are conducted locally, statewide, and nationally.

     Team Captain: Cadet Jeremy Williamson

    Orienteering Team:

    Orienteering is a sport that involves land navigation over unfamiliar terrain with a map and compass. The object is to navigate to a series of points shown on the map, called control points, choosing routes, both on and off established trails, that will allow the orienteerer to find all the points and get back to the finish in the shortest amount of elapsed time. It is an outdoorsman's equivalent of a car enthusiast's road rally. The length of a course can run from a mile or less for novice-level events to four or more miles for international competitions.

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    Academic Team:

    The academic team represents South Aiken High school and our JROTC unit at many academic meets and other meets where cadets must test their knowledge of JROTC regulations and general subjects.

    Team Captain: Cadet Chris Diaz

     

    CyberPatriot Team:

    CyberPatriot is a cyber defense competition that is designed to give hands-on exposure to the foundations of cybersecurity. CyberPatriot is not a hacking competition. CyberPatriot's goal is to excite students about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. 

    Team Captain: Cadet Colleen Harmon

     

    SeaPerch Team:

    The newest of our teams, SeaPerch is designed to expose students to the basics of underwater robotics, immersing them in an environment in which they utilize their engineering skills and problem-solving skills to build a robot that is used in underwater competitions. A fun and hands-on program, it is sure to excite and interest anyone who wants to learn more about engineering and underwater robotics.

    Team Captain: Cadet Joseph O'Donnell