Welcome to the Colony High School Army JROTC Webpage.  Our philosophy/mission at CHS JROTC is to “motivate young people to be better citizens”.  CHS JROTC is one of the best citizenship and leadership programs in the MATSU-School District.  Our program provides the means for Cadets to develop citizenship, character, and leadership; communicate effectively, improve physical fitness, live drug free, strengthen positive self-motivation and work as team members.   

 

     We accomplish our mission by using tools available in the JROTC program structure, curriculum, and activities.  We build character by creating an environment where young people respect themselves and others, appreciate the importance of assuming responsibility, and feel a part of a team or group.   The character education development that takes place at CHS JROTC not only has a positive effect on Cadets, but also has a powerful impact on the school and community.

 

     Once again, welcome to our website and please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like to learn more about CHS JROTC.  Families and friends of our Cadets play an important role in our program and we thank you for taking the time to visit our webpage.  Parental involvement is always welcome and highly encouraged!

 
 
 
 

LTC Gerald "Butch" Diotte, Senior Army Instructor
907-861-5542
gerald.diotte@matsuk12.us 

Diotte


1SG Derek Heavener, Army Instructor
907-861-5549
derek.heavener@matsuk12.us 

1SG Heavener  

 
Thanks to all our sponsors for your continued support.  Your generous contributions are making it possible for us to compete in the National HS Drill Team Championships in Daytona, FL from May 3rd-5th, 2014.  Please click on the Booster Club Link for a complete list of sponsors.
 
National High School Drill Team Championships information:
 
JROTC Students Leading and Learning Video

Colony High School JROTC Facebook:
 
 State Champions 2014
 

POWMIA 2013

 

2013 Homecoming

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 challenge coin
 

Drill Team 2014
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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