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Past AHS JROTC Cadets. Please email the S5 a picture and short description of your time, experiences, and advice for future or current cadets. We would love to here from you. Bulldogs for Life!!!

Past Commanders

la_nae_sandoval.jpg JROTC shaped who I am today, I've become a more focused and dedicated person. I learned how to manage my time more effectively, I was on staff for 2 of the 3 years I was in JROTC, while being involved in many time consuming sports. My leadership skills have also evolved; I learned how to still be a leader when you are "following" another leader without over-powering their leadership position.

La Nae Sandoval
shandiin_church.jpg "My commitment to Jr. ROTC is what built my foundation as
an individual and as a college student. I took pride in
being the varsity unarmed drill team commander and being a
part of the battalion staff. I learned a lot from my
mistakes as well as my wins and I am thankful for the
experience and opportunity to lead and be a part of such a
wonderful unit."

Shandiin Church
santiago_paiz.jpg Santiago Paiz-
"I was in JROTC for the duration of my time in high school, I served in almost every leadership position from squad leader to Battalion Commander, I learned very valuable lessons about leadership that continue to impact my life today.  My advice for prospective or current cadets: Hard Work and Determination can get you almost anywhere.- Hang Tough"
damitri_anzures.jpeg My name is Dimitri Anzures. I spent four years at Albuquerque High JROTC. I was on the Armed drill team and also served as it commander on several occasions. JROTC taught me how to be a leader, and accomplish the goals in my life. I am now an E-3/PFC in the N.M Army National Guard as an Infantryman.