Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. (AFJROTC)
Military Drills ● Marching ● Physical Fitness ● Drones ● Marksmanship ● Drill Team ● Color Guard ● Archery
This program is not a recruiting program, but rather, a military-sponsored program to teach students leadership, discipline, and the fundamental skills needed to be successful in a military career.
Air Science 1-4
Course Description: The AFROTC program is an elective course that introduces students to aerospace education through military practice. While this course is not used to recruit students for the military, it provides them with the opportunity to learn key military skills that make them competitive when entering the workplace and/or military branch of their choice.
Each year, the curriculum is the same for all students, but changes each year to provide a well-rounded experience for all students regardless of how long they've been involved. Any students' first two years in the program count towards their PE graduation requirement. The following is breakdown of the four rotating annual topics taught:
Each year, students will learn the following:
How we get involved!
The following are just a sample of events that Norco High Schools' AFJROTC attended, participated in, or volunteered assistance with:
Norco High School won first place at the Southern California Invitational Drill Meet (February 11, 2017)
Norco High School's AFJROTC at George A. Ingalls Veterans Memorial Plaza for the Pearl Harbor Remembrance (2014)
Meet the Instructors
Brian "Cowboy" Clark, Maj, USAF (Ret)
David M. Spratley III, SSgt, USAF (Ret)