Attitude and behavior makes all the difference. The majority of cadets really enjoy the program. However, the few who struggle with the expectations and rules have a disproportionately negative impact on the morale and welfare of the Cadet Corps. For these reasons, some cadets may be disenrolled from the program. Below is a list of the most common reasons a student is dis-enrolled from AFJROTC. This list is not all inclusive:
1. Violations of the Cadet Honor Code; lying, cheating, or stealing
2. Failure to maintain acceptable course standards (academic, personal grooming, proper uniform wear, etc.).
3. Inaptitude, indifference to training or disciplinary reasons involving undesirable traits of character (fighting, poor behavior in any classroom, disrespect of authority, or failure to meet cadet responsibilities).
4. Other reasons deemed appropriate by the AFJROTC SASI.
5. Individual request for release, consistent with current Langham Creek HS drop/add policy.
NOTE: The Cadet Command Staff may recommend disenrollment of any cadet for any reason. The SASI has final say on all cadet disenrollments.