Camp Challenge: Leadership Education and Training

Camp Challenge Leadership Education and Training

$4,995 per session
Co-ed, Entering Grades 9-12
One 4 Week Session
7/2/17 – 7/29/17

Established in 2010, Camp Challenge is the Academy’s paramount summer leadership development program. It is the only Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) credit-producing summer leadership course west of the Mississippi.

LET I

Campers learn to focus on achievement as they work to overcome physical and mental challenges while developing self-confidence as leaders and contributing team members

LET II

In the second level of the LET program campers focus on more advanced citizenship skills while continuing their development as self-confident team members. 

Designed for high school students, Camp Challenge LET provides participants with 180 hours of Leadership Education and Training (LET I). During the four-week course, successful participants will overcome many physical and mental team challenges while developing self-confidence as leaders and active contributing team members.

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 A Day in the Life of a Camp Challenge JROTC Cadet

600 Reveille
0600 – 0615 Morning Accountability Formation, Flag Raising
0615 – 0700 Physical Training (PT)
0700 – 0730 Personal Hygiene
0730 – 0800 1st Mess (Breakfast)
0800 – 0830 Class Formation, Personal Appearance Inspection
0830 – 1200 Leadership Education and Training Class
1200 – 1300 2nd Mess (Lunch)
1300 – 1315 Class Formation
1315 – 1430 Drill and Ceremonies
1430 – 1630 Team Building Activities
1630 – 1730 Personal Time
1730 – 1830 3rd Mess (Dinner)
1830 – 1900 Retreat Formation
1900 – 2100 Study Hall (Mon – Thurs) or Recreation (Fri – Sun)
2100 – 2200 Personal Hygiene
2200 Lights Out