Cadet Formal Inspection
St. John’s Military School’s 127th Corps of Cadets completed it’s Cadet Formal Inspection (CFI) Monday, April 20, earning a 998 out of a possible 1,000 points exceeding last years score of 995. The inspection, conducted each year by the United States Army Cadet Command, is a major evaluation of all phases of St. John’s Military School’s JROTC program, including a formal “Command and Staff Briefing”, demonstration of JROTC knowledge and skill, an “in-ranks” personal appearance inspection of each St. John’s Cadet, Color Guard and Precision Drill Team performance, culminating in a full military “Pass-in-Review”.
The upper echelon of inspection scoring is designated as “Honor Unit with Distinction”. To qualify for this coveted classification, a school must earn a minimum of 950 out of 1,000 possible points. St. John’s Military School has earned this achievement for over 20 consecutive years. This designation allows St. John’s Military School to make up to three recommendations to each of the five service academies: United States Merchant Marine Academy, United States Military Academy, United States Naval Academy, United States Coast Guard Academy, and United States Air Force Academy. St. John’s is proud of the 127th Corps of Cadets, and their incredible ability of coming together as a brotherhood of young men, to achieve their goals and the pride they have bestowed.
April 30; Tennis @ Concordia
May 1; Golf @ Hillsboro (JV)
May 4; Golf @ Southeast Saline
May 5; Tennis @ Concordia (JV)
May 7 – 9 Commencement; Schedule