Congratulations to our NJROTC Cadets and Instructors for earning Distinguished with Academic Honors thirteen years in a row!
Two dozen NJROTC cadets competed in the 14th Annual Prairie View A&M Navy ROTC Orienteering Skills Meet and walked away with first place.
NJROTC Kicked Off The 2015 Competition Season at Kingwood HS on Saturday.
NJROTC Orienteering Team competed with many others on a beautiful muddy, sunny day.
For the ninth consecutive year NJROTC earned Distinguished Unit with Academic Honors. Guthrie is ranked #6 out of 56 in area 10.
The NJROTC Eagles physical fitness team won the Central NJROTC Physical Fitness meet held Saturday 5 April.
Cross-country results at the Magnolia Deep Sea Meet found Brittany Gonzales taking second place in the female category and Bryan Wambui taking second place for men.
The Eagles academic teams competed in the Navy JROTC National Academic Exam competition against over 1,700 5-person teams from Navy JROTC programs across the nation.
NJROTC cadets enjoyed a strong outing at the Rice Drill Meet finishing 4th out of all the participant schools.
Navy JROTC cadets physical fitness, orienteering and academic teams won the overall championship at the Ozen Meet.
The 2014 NJROTC Annual Military Inspection was once again a successful result of planning and execution.
NJROTC Commanding Officer Mirna Cardenas had a chance to meet with a World War II Veteran last fall.
NJROTC cadets assist at Wreaths Across America at Houston National Cemetery on December 14.
NJROTC unit provided a color guard for the SFMS Veteran’s Day program.
NJROTC Prepare For The Upcoming School Year at Mini Skills Camp
NJROTC Cadets join U.S. Congressman Ted Poe in a tribute to local veterans.
NJROTC cadets volunteer for the Annual Back to School Health Fair
NJROTC Cadets open the National United States Coast Guard Chief Petty Officers Association (CPOA) Convention
NJROTC cadets successfully complete the Navy JROTC Basic Leadership Training and 12 the Area 10 Leadership Academy camps.
The Spring Branch Navy Junior ROTC program has earned the Distinguished with Academic Honors for the 89th year in a row.
Navy JROTC cadet Destiny Lewis is named the statewide NJROTC Joseph C. Gilliam Academic Achievement Award winner.
Navy JROTC Cadets competed in the Beaumont-Ozen Drill and Orienteering Meet returning with multiple trophies.
The Spring Branch NJROTC Eagles performed during their Annual Military Inspection Wednesday.
NJROTC Cadets are again volunteering their time & talent for Wreaths Across America – Houston. Help support their efforts by donating online http://bit.ly/waah12
Navy JROTC cadets competed in their second meet this year at Kingwood High School.
Results from the Orienteering Meet at Challenger 7 Park
NJROTC Continues Streak Earning Distinguished Unit With Academic Honors