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AS-100 Bravo / Charlie


AS-200 Delta / Echo

Semester 1

Semester 2

Aerospace Studies

AS-300 Foxtrot

AS-300 Foxtrot

J-100 Scholarship

  • The J-100 scholarship program focuses on character, leadership, citizenship, and diversity and it inspires future leaders to seek careers in the US Air Force and Space Force. The J-100 program is open to all eligible cadets and is designed to provide an extraordinary opportunity for our diverse pool of candidates. Unit instructors are highly encouraged to take advantage of this remarkable program.

    The J-100 scholarship is for AFJROTC or SFJROTC graduating high school seniors with a minimum of 2 or more years of JROTC experience. Unit instructors may nominate 1 to 3 eligible cadets for this scholarship program, based on unit size. Cadets must ACCEPT the nomination before they can continue with the application. 

    Applicant Eligibility Criteria:

    · 3.0 unweighted GPA
    · 22 ACT or 1100 SAT
    · 50 Physical Fitness Score
    · Minimum of 2 calendar years of AFJROTC experience
    · US Citizen, or in the process of obtaining their US citizenship by first term of college freshman year


AFJROTC Flight Academy

  • The Air Force JROTC Flight Academy, Chief of Staff Private Pilot Scholarship program, is an approximately 8-week summer aviation training program, conducted at partnering universities nationwide. Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded a Private Pilot’s Certification.  The Flight Academy is intended to inspire and encourage high school youth toward aviation careers.

    Who can apply? 

    Cadets currently enrolled in Air Force Junior ROTC programs in their high schools, who have a minimum 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) may apply.  Cadets must be in good standing in their unit, take an Air Force aviation aptitude test, provide instructor and school endorsements and must have a strong interest in aviation and a “never-quit” attitude.

Kitty Hawk Honor Society


    Kitty Hawk Honor Society

    KHASS develops leadership abilities, recognizes academic excellence while furthering knowledge of the Air Force's role in aerospace, space, and cyberspace.

    • High academic standards
    • School and community service
    • Self-confidence and initiative
    • Leadership and excellence

    Peer Tutoring: 

    Tuesday and Thursday during lunch 1:00 - 1:30

    Wednesday - Officer meeting 0800 - 0830

30 Step Drill sequence

Raise Circle Fundraiser Information

AFJROTC Remind Code: @ca-20052


Cadet Guide 2023-2024

AFJROTC Physical Fitness Test

Military Knowledge for Drill

Cadet of the Month Expectations

Basic Knowledge