The Air Force JROTC J-100 AFJROTC Character-in-Leadership Scholarship program provides 100 cadets a full scholarship with benefits including: 4-years of 100% paid tuition at any university, or crosstown partner, with an AFROTC detachment; a $10,000 per-year allowance for university-owned/on-campus housing; an annual book stipend; and a monthly cadet stipend. There are no specific degree requirements; however; cadets are encouraged to consider technical degrees (i.e., Chemistry, Engineering, Physics, etc.) to meet the growing demand for these disciplines. Accepting the scholarship will require a cadet to meet all AFROTC requirements and pursue an officer commission.
The J-100 scholarship program focuses on character leadership, citizenship, and diversity and it inspires future leaders to seek careers in the US Air Force and Space Force. The J-100 AFJROTC Character-in-Leadership Scholarship is for AFJROTC or SFJROTC graduating high school seniors with a minimum of 2 or more years of JROTC experience.
Robby Roach, PHS Principal: Nancy Upton, ASD1 Board of Trustee Chair; MSgt David Livingston, PHS; Hannah Hoover, Scholarship Winner; Lt Col Mike Creamer, PHS and Robbie Binnicker, ASD1 Superintendent
Hannah Hoover, Scholarship Winner