John R. Rogers is the only high school in Spokane Public Schools that qualifies for Title 1 federal government assistance due to out large population of low-income families.
Despite almost 90% of our cadets dealing with their own challenges of living in poverty, our cadets have contributed one thousand hours of selfless service to the Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, and community soup kitchens.
Our Color Guard team has performed in numerous events to include the ground-breaking ceremony for Spokane Public School’s new downtown stadium, the dedication ceremony for the new On-Track facility, and a Whitworth University football game.
Even though our cadets must show up at 6am every morning to practice, our Drill Team is still the largest in the region. We are consistently able to field a team of 16 cadets, which demonstrates their discipline, maturity, and commitment to something bigger than themselves.
Our two CyberPatriot teams worked extremely hard during after-school practice and on their own to finish 1st and 3rd place in Washington State, beating out twenty-six other teams to claim the State Championship banner.
color guard team