"Control is not leadership; management is not leadership; leadership is leadership. If you seek to lead, invest at least 50% of your time in leading yourself—your own purpose, ethics, principles, motivation, conduct. Invest at least 20% leading those with authority over you and 15% leading your peers."
-Dee Hock

Good leaders develop through a never ending process of self-study, education, training, and experience

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.While looking at their personal role in the community,the Cadets will discover the importance of teamwork and collaboration. 

The Cadets will develop a sense of community stewardhip which will promote active participation in community issues.

 Cadets will also experience positive self-confidence through recognition of their leadership potential. The Cadets will interact with community leaders and learn how to identify and use community resources to facilitate change.
Our leadership program might not be as tough and harsh as a boot camp, but the discipline will always be applied.

Our leadership program has been design to help our cadets build a self-esteem, motivate , and distract them from the stress at home and school.