Naval Science NJROTC

Spence Creek
Orienteering Competition Saturday, 18SEP21, Spence Creek Prescott, AZ.

Greenway NJROTC is back in school and ready to shine!

Though much of the last school year was virtual, we still had a great year! 

What Starts Here Changes the World!  

Vice Admiral Lindsey visits Greenway NJROTC Wednesday, 1SEP21! 

Cadets were thrilled with Vice Admiral Lindsey’s time and presentation.  

It was a great way to start the school year with big Navy support and appreciation!

VADM Lindsey and Principal Barnes
This is a photo from left to right, Cadet Petty Officer Second Class Micah B. Winans, VADM Yancy B. Lindsey, Greenway Principal Ed Barnes, Cadet Petty Officer Second Class David R. Jennings.

Color Guard Photo from the Phoenix Cardinals Friday, 13AUG21 Home Opener.  Greenway cadets looked great!  Once again, making Greenway Proud!

NFL Color Guard

Graduates from the past stopping service in the USMC and still supporting Color Guard Training.

Color Guard Training

Valley of the Sun Color Guard competition
Valley of the Sun Color Guard Competition

Sunnyslope Mindsoon
Sunnyslope Mindsoon Academic Meet 
Second Place Navy JROTC and Third Place JROTC All Services Overall 

Alhambra Unarmed Regulation
Alhambra Drill Meet Unarmed Regulation
Cadet Commander Mitchell Culp, III earned Second Place.

Peoria Spring Training Game
Peoria Spring Training Game Color Guard with American Idol contestant Collie Young whose mother graduated from Greenway High School in 1987.

Military Ball
Military Ball 

West Mitchell Drill Meet
West Mitchell Drill Meet 

First Platoon
First Platoon 
Cadet Commander Savanna De La Cruz

Senior Night Color Guard
Senior Night Color Guard

Cardinals Color Guard
Phoenix Cardinals Color Guard August 2018

Company Formation Aug 2018
Company Formation 

2018 Scholarship Winners
Scholarship Winners  
Four Years of hard work is finally paying off.  These three Cadets have collectively earned scholarships from the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), Arizona State University, Grand Canyon University, Norwich University, Jacksonville University and even an Naval ROTC Scholarship to the cadet's university of choice all totaling about $454,000 in opportunities. These cadets have great choices and wonderful futures.    
2018 Academic Team
Saturday, 21APR18
Greenway’s NJROTC Academic Team competed at the Sunnyslope High School ALL Services JROTC Mindsoon.  
The Mindsoon is the final 
academic meet of the JROTC competitive season. Greenway cadets were prepared and they performed exceptionally well answering questions from history, literature and English, mathematics, science, geography, and current events. Our Varsity Academic Team placed third place in the  highly competitive Navy JROTC competition and then performed even better in the final All Services competition placing second overall.  

GCU Tailgate     GCU Drill Performance
Saturday, 3FEB18
Grand Canyon University Drill Team Performance
Greenway NJROTC  was one of three high schools selected to participate in the
Grand Canyon University Antelopes Men’s Basketball Half-time show. Skyline Air Force JROTC, Glendale Navy JROTCT and your Greenway Drillin’ Demons performed for an audience of more than 6,000 spectators. Greenway’s Drill Experts performed a five minute combined Armed and Unarmed routine that had Grand Canyon student cheering for Greenway and standing and clapping as your impressive Drillin’ Demons marched off the court. Greenway students and instructors were approached by many observers complementing and commenting on Greenway’s outstanding performance. 

All Services Governor's Cup  Precision Team

Marksmanship Team
Greenway’s Hard Charging Air Rifle Team’s competed in the All Services JROTC Governor’s Cup Saturday, 9DEC17.  Impressive Marksmen from the entire state assembled to compete in this highly competitive competition. 
Greenway performed exceptionally well with shooters earning national points and recognition.        

  Greenway NJROTC Orienteering 
Orienteering Meet
Saturday, 4NOV17, Greenway NJROTC competed in the Independence First Water Trail Head Orienteering Competition.  Forty-three hard charging Greenway cadets competed against 21 schools with about 300 athletes from as far as New Mexico.  The All Services JROTC Orienteering Competition at First Water Trail Head Superstition Mountains was rugged, challenging and beautiful. This competition required the knowledge of compass usage, the reading of a topographical map, and the strategy to maximize team speed and agility.

American Legion Post 41 Fieldmeet 
Field Meet
28OCT17, Greenway NJROTC competed in the American Legion Post #41, All Services JROTC Field Meet in downtown Phoenix.  JROTC Teams came from as far as Bullhead City and Sahuarita Arizona bringing in excellent athletes, academic and drill teams determined to blow out all Phoenix JROTC units.  This is the first major Filed Meet of the season that sets competitive environment  for the aggressive run to achieve Distinguished unit status.  Greenway athletes, academics and drill teams were highly competitive in every evaluated area.  Greenway NJROTC under the Cadet Command of Cadet Adolfo Veleta won First Place Overall taking home the top trophy and the Big Money (a check for $1500.00).