NNOC 2023 Live Results can be viewed at www.forestmapsports.com. Individual results can be viewed by clicking "Live Results," while team standings can be viewed by selective "Team Results."Read More
All teams should review the 2023 NNOC LOI. LOI was provided to all Area Managers and competing schools. Email Meet Director with questions or concerns, or for another copy if needed. All teams should review the LOI prior to the event.
Team Registration should be completed at the link above. Meal and t-shirts orders are also made here. Event registration is now closed. No additional teams or runners may be added. T-shirt and meal orders have been submitted. Very limited extra quantities may be available on event days. Contact event registration personnel on-site for details.
After team registration is complete, all cadet and instructors who will complete should enter required information here! The runner information page is now closed. Start times are being generated. Any change to team runners at this point should be minimal and emailed directly to Meet Director.
NNOC 2023 Championship - Competition Day 2 information.
NNOC 2023 Championship - Competition Day 1 information.
Friday, March 17, 2023 is team check-in and model (practice) course day. Teams will be able to turn in required race safety brief and pickup last minute race information, runner bibs, event t-shirts, etc. Team may utilize the NNOC 2023 model course to familiarize themselves with the terrain.
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the primary airport serving Atlanta, GA. It is also one of the largest and busiest airports in the U.S. While they are efficient in moving people through the airport, plan accordingly when making flight reservations and arrive 2-hours prior to departure time, particularly with large groups.
There are many choices for lodging in the Atlanta or event area of Rutledge, GA (the closest of which is Covington or Conyers, GA). Downtown Atlanta is approx. 50-60 mins to Hard Labor Creek State Park. Choice of lodging location is dependent on each teams desire to be closer to the park or to airport and/or downtown Atlanta and it's main attractions. Meet HQ Hotel is TBD but will likely be in the Conyers/Covington area.
The weather in the Atlanta area is generally mild in March with an avg. daily high of 66F and avg. low of 43F. As is the case in most areas when approach spring, the weather can be unpredictable. Check the weather often as the championship nears for up-to-date info.
While there are few military bases left in the Atlanta area, there are many sites to see and fun things to do. Click above for a link to trip advisor for some fun ideas to site-see around the area.
NNOC 2023 will be held at Hard Labor Creek State Park. One of the many great parks in the GA state parks system, HLC will will provide a terrific venue for the best Navy JROTC orienteers in the country.
NJROTC has many required forms in order to participate in the program. Cadets are given folders containing all the required forms, that need to be signed and returned, the first day of school but in the event a form is lost you can download it from here. Please print the form and fill-out in its entirety and submit.
Cadet Health Risk Screening (HRS).pdf (Please complete this form in conjunction with the CCSD Sports Physical Form below. If any HRS question is marked "YES," a medical practitioner must signed part B of this form).
HILLGROVE NJROTC SOCIAL MEDIA AND UNIT/PLATOON REMINDS
Stay up-to-date with all things NJROTC by following us on social media and Remind.
Facebook – Information about weekly events and activities, as well as unit accomplishments and past events is highlighted here. This is one of our primary means of communication. Join our closed group by searching and requesting to join “Hillgrove Navy JROTC.”
Instagram – This page is used to highlight many of our events and accomplishments. Follow us at “Hillgrove Navy JROTC.”
Twitter – We have a Twitter page, but honestly don’t post much to it. Fell free to follow us at “Hillgrove Navy JROTC.”
Remind – Each class (Platoon) will have their own Remind where the class leader (Platoon Commander) can help them remember upcoming events, etc. All cadets and parents are encouraged to join these Reminds to stay up-to-date.
Platoon Commander Reminds (Cadet Student Leaders)
Alfa Platoon (1st Block) –
Bravo Platoon (2nd Block) –
Charlie Platoon (3rd Block) –
Chief’s Class Reminds
NS1 Period 1:
NS1 Period 2:
NS1 Period 3:
LCDR’s Class Reminds
LCDR Period 1: Text @lcdr1st to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/lcdr1st
LCDR Period 2: Text @lcdr2nd to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/lcdr2nd
LCDR Period 3: Text @lcdr3rd to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/lcdr3rd
NJROTC Unit Remind – Used to contact entire unit when needed (Parents are welcome to join.)
Text @hillgroven to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/hillgroven
Team Reminds - all team members should join their respective team Remind to keep up-to-date with team events, practices, etc.
Brain Brawl: Text @hgbbrawl to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/hgbbrawl
Drill Team (All) - Text @hgdrill to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/hgdrill
Drone Team - Text @hgdrone to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/hgdrone
Orienteering Team - Text @hillgroveo to 81010. Alternate: https://www.remind.com/join/hillgroveo
Rifle Team - See Chief for Group Contact Info.
NJROTC is a cadet run program, with guidance from the Naval Science Instructors. Those aspiring leaders who would like to increase their role in leading the unit should download and submit the below application for consideration. Good Luck!
Leadership Academy is for the best of the best. Top performing cadets who will serve in leadership positions within the unit will spend a week during the summer learning additional leadership skills to enhance their abilities and better lead our unit to future success. Typically only 3 to 4 cadets per year will be afforded the opportunity to attend LA.
Sail Academy is a weeklong summer activity within NJROTC that is designed to teach, train, and qualify cadets to operate a sailing vessel. The course is taught by Coast Guard certified instructors and graduating cadets earn certification to rent and sail vessels. This is a fun and interactive camp that involved classroom and on-the-water hands-on training.
Cadets participate annually in a camp in Texas (Texas Junior Orienteering Camp) designed to enhance runner skills and prepare them to compete at the highest level and win Championships. TJOC has trained the last three Female Varsity National Orienteering Champions as well as the last two Navy National Team Champions, all of which reside right here at Hillgrove.
Basic Leadership Training involved leadership training and skill, working physically and mentally to become the best version of you. It's pushing yourself to do things that you have never done before, such as water survival, rappelling, confidence courses, first aid, physical activities, drill, and other team related activities.
The Hillgrove Navy Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (NJROTC) Cadet Parent Organization's (CPO) mission is to encourage support and interest in Hillgrove's NJROTC Program in order to increase the overall visibility and advancement of the program at Hillgrove High School and within the local community. The CPO is comprised of instructors, cadets, parents, and other community leaders who assist in organizing fundraisers and donations from local area businesses and provide other necessary parental assistance, in order to provide funding and support of NJROTC related programs and activities as developed by Hillgrove's Naval Science Instructors.Learn More