The High Flight-Military Career Pathway prepares rising Junior or Senior students students to compete for service academy appointments and/or ROTC scholarship. This program is geared towards students interested in pursuing a military career by attending a military service academy or participating in ROTC in college.
High Flight Students gain the following opportunities:
- Mentored by retired senior military officer faculty/staff
- Prescribed academic advising
- Portfolio Development
- Physical conditioning program
- Opportunity to attend leadership conferences, academy days
- Scholarship for test prep and testing fees, travel and fees to attend conferences
- Rising junior or senior interested in a military career.
- Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher by the second semester of the sophomore year.
- Have no known disease or disorder which would prevent the student from passing a DoD Medical Exam Review Board (DoDMERB) examination.
- Represent the character and leadership attributes of an R-MA Cadet.
- Math – Honors Pre-Calculus (11)/AP Calculus AB (12)
- Science (lab based) – Physics (11)/AP Chemistry (12) and/or AP Physics (12)
- English – AP English Language (11)/AP English Literature (12)
- Language – Minimum 3 years of a modern language
- Computer Science
- Air Force JROTC
- Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA 3.5
- Begin standardized testing (SAT & ACT) in the 2nd semester of junior year and participate in all fall testing opportunities
- Maintain an exemplary discipline record
- Qualify for a Cadre position in JROTC
- Participate in High Flight physical conditioning and testing
- Apply to service academies summer program
- Apply early to service academy of choice, all nominating authorities and ROTC scholarship
- Mary Gamache
- Wendy Odden