The Cary High NJROTC Marksmanship team competed against 12 teams on Friday night in their Regional Championship match in Alamance County.  The team finished in second place overall. The Cary team had three of the top five individual shooters: team captain, Brendan Serianni, had the highest individual score, Charlotte Galt the third, and Jeffrey Tran the fifth highest individual scores.  The team qualified to advance to the North and South Carolina Championship Match in January.

Distinguished Unit

The Cary High School NJROTC unit has been recognized as a Distinguished Unit for the 15th year in a row. This distinction is only awarded to the top 20% of all JROTC units. Additionally, the Cary High unit was ranked 5th in the State for the current school year and in the top 10 of Area Six, which is comprised of the 70 JROTC schools in North and South Carolina. Congratulations on your sustained excellence, cadets!

Fundraising Opportunity 

NC State Home Football Games are the life blood of funding for the Cadet in Cary High School NJROTC.  Parent Volunteering is a major component to the success of CHS NJROTC’s participation at the NC State Home Games.

The Cadets staff 7 to 10 concession stands at the home games; selling Pretzels, Lemonade, and Frozen Lemonade. The booths are staffed with Senior Cadet leadership and Cadets and parent volunteers.

Parents provide supervision for the entire process. Parents are also the transportation for Cadets to get to and from the game.

This a great opportunity to participate, contribute, and be a parent leader for the Cadets. Please find time to be a part of this exciting event.

We use sign up genius for all Volunteer events and for NC State Football games.  Just click on the sign up genius button below to volunteer!

October 2016

1        NC State Football Game – Parent Volunteer Opportunity(Cadets Sign Up in Class)

8       NC State Football Game – Parent Volunteer Opportunity (Cadets Sign Up in Class)

29     NC State Football Game – Parent Volunteer Opportunity(Cadets Sign Up in Class)

November 2016
5     NC State Football Game – Parent Volunteer Opportunity (Cadets Sign Up in Class)

19   NC State Football Game – Parent Volunteer Opportunity (Cadets Sign Up in Class)


Military Ball Pictures are available to purchase

Click here:  Warlick Photography

Article on the recent Norfolk, VA trip can be found here:

Fundraising Opportunity 

To support the financial needs of the NJROTC Unit we started a new fundraising opportunity last year with PNC Arena.  The PNC Arena fundraiser is year-round, but our busiest times will be December through April.
During events at PNC (Carolina Hurricanes hockey games, NCSU Basketball games. concerts, and other special events) we will supply CHS NJROTC parent volunteers to staff a concession stand. Workers must be 21 years of age. Students are not allowed to work this venue at this time.
We will need 6 adult volunteers for each event and 1 or 2 stand-by volunteers in case of sickness or other emergency. Once dates are assigned from PNC, email notification will go out. Signup Genius will be used for volunteer signups just as we do for NC State Football.
PLEASE help support our unit. Just volunteering for 1 or 2 events makes a big difference.
Why Do We Do This?
CHS NJROTC needs more and more money each year to fund our Drill, Marksmanship, Color Guard, Academic and Orienteering teams as well as to help fund trips to Basic Leadership Camp, Washington D.C., Norfolk Va. and we also fund the annual Military Ball and Cary Classic Drill Meet. Imagine what the cost to cadet parents/guardians would be without these fundraisers.

Please read this attached document for more details  PNC Arena Document

We use SignUp Genius for volunteering at PNC.  Stay tuned for the upcoming PNC schedule for Fall 2016, and Winter and Spring 2017.

Sponsor a Cadet Campaign

The mission of the Cary High School Navy JROTC is to empower us as cadets to maximize our educational opportunities, to achieve both our personal and team goals, and to teach us how to become knowledgeable and productive American citizens.  We routinely travel to participate in competitions, such as Armed and Unarmed Drill (Basic and Exhibition), Color Guard, Academics, Air Rifle, and Athletics.  The Navy provides us with uniforms, but we must pay for competitions, athletic clothing, lodging and transportation. 

Please consider sponsoring a cadet, click here to donate



Links to a few press releases regarding our recent field trip to Camp Lejeune:

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