May 9, 2019 — After advancing through two phases of online competition, the Roswell High School Hornet Battalion JROTC Leadership Team composed of Ian Hughes, Phillip Beudert, Enrique Marques and Ethan Rodabaugh will compete in person at the Championship event in Washington, D.C.
The 2019 U.S. Army JROTC Leadership Bowl Championship will be held on the campus of The Catholic University of America, June 21-25, 2019. This event is sponsored by the U.S. Army Cadet Command, JROTC Headquarters and is conducted by the College Options Foundation.
Roswell High School’s Hornet Battalion JROTC team earned top scores out of the 1,350 Army JROTC teams that competed from around the world. The team is one of only forty Army JROTC Leadership Bowl teams in the nation to advance to the final competition, which includes an all-expense paid trip to the Championship event in D.C. During the two fast-paced preliminary rounds, cadets were tested on their knowledge of current events, leadership values and leadership skills.
“I am so proud of these students and not only the hard work they do but the way they proudly represent Roswell High School and our community,” said Principal Robert Shaw, Ed.D. “Like so many of our Career and Technical Programs, JROTC puts a focus on educating the entire student and academic success is a key component.”
The JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl (JLAB) is a nationally recognized competition created exclusively for JROTC students. By participating, cadets learn the values of citizenship, academic competition, and college opportunity. The competition creates tremendous opportunities for JROTC cadets by allowing them to demonstrate leadership and academic abilities.
College Options Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the academic development of high school students and assisting them in their preparation for higher education. Using academic competitions, college exam study guides, college admissions tutorials, and personalized counseling, College Options Foundation has assisted the nation’s JROTC cadets worldwide for over a decade.
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