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News Release
CHS Air Force Junior ROTC Cadet Receives Chief of Flight Academy Scholarship - 01/17/19

Clarkston, WA - Levi Lathrop, a junior Air Force Junior ROTC cadet at Charles Francis Adams High School has received a scholarship to attend an accredited aviation university participating in a private pilot license training program in the summer of 2019.

Cadet Levi Lathrop is one of 150 Air Force Junior ROTC cadets around the world to receive the scholarship from Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama. More than 1,560 cadets applied for one of the 150 scholarships. There are more than 120,000 high school students enrolled in Air Force Junior ROTC at almost 900 high schools in the U.S and overseas. The scholarship covers transportation, room and board, academics and flight hours required to potentially earn a private pilot license. The scholarship is valued at approximately $20,000.

Cadet Lathrop will pick from 11 program sites throughout the country in determining where he will attend this summer. Cadets will be expected to represent every aspect of positive citizenship AFJROTC espouses to uphold while travelling and attending this program.  This is an intensive 8-week program.  To succeed the cadet will be expected to work and study 10-12 hours daily. Upon graduation, Cadet Lathrop will be receiving his private pilot's certification. Lt. Colonel Stephen Heflin states, "This program is a life changer and will undoubtedly open doors in line with Levi's dream of becoming a military pilot."