Metter HS JROTC Cadet Accepted to West Point Prep

Submitted by: 1SG (R) Randall Walker
Photo by: LTC (R) Terry Hoyt

Jamarion Hobbs, a hardworking and intelligent young man, has recently been accepted to West Point Prep. This is a remarkable feat for him and it is worth celebrating. West Point Prep is known for its rigorous academic programs and exceptional training for cadets. The fact that Jamarion has been accepted to this prestigious institute is a testament to his character, discipline, and academic prowess.

Jamarion is also the Battalion Commander of The Tiger BN, member of the FBLA, Member of the student counsel, and Drum Major for the Tiger Pride marching band, he is an assistant manager at our local grocery store. And completed basic training over the summer of 2022.

Being a great cadet is not easy. It requires total dedication, hard work, and commitment to the ideals of the military. Jamarion has shown that he has what it takes to succeed as a cadet at West Point. He is disciplined and focused on his goals, ready to take on the many challenges that lie ahead. The traits that have gotten him accepted to West Point Prep will serve him well as he progresses through his academic and military training.

Jamarion has a bright future ahead of him. His acceptance to West Point Prep is just the beginning of a long and fulfilling journey. He has shown that he is capable of achieving greatness through hard work and dedication. I have no doubt that he will continue to excel as a great cadet at West Point and achieve even greater success beyond his academic and military training. Hobbs is truly a remarkable young man, and I look forward to seeing all that he will accomplish in the years to come.