JROTC Battalion Commander accepted to West Point!
Senior Matthew Miller, a member of North Springs' JROTC program and Battalion Commander has received an appointment to the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point. According to the USMA "this is an exceptional honor reserved for our nation's most exceptional students. But it takes more than excellent grades to be accepted for admission. USMA also wants leaders who are physically fit and of outstanding character. Those who are selected to attend West Point receive a college education that is unparalleled in the world with tuition, room and board and expenses fully paid."
"Upon graduation and throughout your life, your degree will speak volumes about your abilities, character, and leadership. You will be part of a highly distinguished and internationally respected membership – a member of the Long Gray Line," said Powers during the award presentation. North Springs is one of 8 Fulton County High Schools to offer the JROTC leadership program. Learn more at
Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC)