Helping Students Achieve Their Highest Potential

The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps came into being with the passage of the National Defense Act of 1916. The focus of JROTC was on secondary schools and was part of a national commitment by the Department of Defense to give back to the civilian community by supporting public education. Under the provisions of the 1916 act, high schools were authorized the loan of federal military equipment and the assignment of active or retired military personnel as instructors on the condition that they followed a prescribed course of training and maintained a minimum enrollment of 100 students over 14 years of age.

Cypress Lake High School JROTC program began in April of 1968 as the first program in Lee County. We have grown to 15 public schools and one Charter School in Lee County. Learn more information about JROTC Program

COL Scott Robinson
Director Army Instruction
Phone: 239-337-8204
COL John Bleiler
ADAI / Operations Officer
Phone: 239-337-8203
CSM Bradley Scott
JROTC Personnel / Recruiting
Phone: 239-337-8538

Cadet Awards and Ribbons

Cadets who Distinguish themselves in exceptional ways and who perform at levels above their peers

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Employment Opportunities

Looking for retired NCOs and Officers who are passionate about helping young people succeed in their future.

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For Parents

Learn about a comprehensive education in service and leadership program offered to students in high school.

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Request Support

Request support for your Lee County Community event such as Color Guards, Drill Exhibition Demonstration, Sabre Guard, Missing Comrade Table.

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