On a crisp cold morning, the Fire Cadets of Charles Herbert Flowers lined up outside for their morning drill. If you see a Cadet around the building make sure to congratulate them for choosing a path that saves lives. credits to: Zena Whitworth
Greetings CHFHS! AFJROTC’s Kitty Hawk Air Honor Society will be having a Toy drive for this Holiday season. Make a child smile by donating a new and unwrapped Toy. All donations will accepted in room 1125 (ROTC Wing). All donations will be donated to St. […]
Hello CHFHS students! AFJROTC’s very own Kitty Hawk Air Honor society will officially begin tutoring for all subjects Wednesday, October 3, 2018, after school from 3:15 PM-4: 30 PM in Room 1122. You do not have to be in AFJROTC to tutor or to be […]
On September 20th, the AFJROTC Cadets reported to the auditorium to hear their Cadet Staff introduce themselves and their jobs. They also said some guest speakers Capt. Penreed and Lieutenant Gonzalez.
Yesterday, from 9:30- 10:30 a.m., the AFJROTC Cadets and Fire Cadets went out to the Flagpole to show respect to every soldier and citizen who was killed during 9/11. The event took place during first and second period. We thank the cadets for paying tribute to […]
On Friday, April 13, 2018, students from Charles Herbert Flowers High School attended a JROTC Military Ball. The ball started at 6:30 p.m and it did not end until 10:30pm. There were twelve different schools at this event. Overall, the students had a great time.
Tommi Baker is a tenth grader in the Charles Herbert Flowers JROTC program. She is also a Varsity Cheerleader. Tommi was dressed today in her full uniform. There are certain things you cannot do while in your ROTC uniform, however, Tommi is able to do cheer […]
On March 15, 2018, Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFJROTC), the Science and Technology Program, and Project Lead The Way students went on a field trip to Delaware State to learn about aviation. We went to Delaware State University and met the retired […]
On March 14th, 2018, during second period. The AFJROTC program had an in-service, a time when everyone in the AFJROTC program came together and honored the students who have been doing exceptionally throughout the year. Students who had received honor roll were awarded a certificate. Others […]
Yesterday, February 9th. The Charles Herbert Flowers PLTW and AFJROTC students when to a convention called BEYA which stands for “Black Engineering Youth Awards.” We were there 8:30 am till 8 pm. There were many colleges and programs there giving information about their programs. We […]