On Friday, September 22, we celebrated our annual Plebe Review before the varsity football game to honor the freshman students, referred to as Plebes, and their induction into the JROTC Program. In the weeks prior to the ceremony, the Plebes were instructed and drilled until they reached a level of proficiency necessary for their induction into the JROTC Program. After hours of hard work and practice, they rightfully earned the title cadet. With the title comes the responsibilities of upholding and sharing CBA’s traditions and values throughout the community. Congratulations to all of our new cadets and families. 

Dr. Schlegel, Brendan Cox ’88, his wife Ann and his father with the family of LTC Todd Clark ’90, father Jack, mother Kathleen and brother Kyle.

At halftime of the varsity football game, Dr. James Schlegel and Jack Clark, LTC Todd J. Clark’s father, presented the LTC Todd J. Clark ’90 Memorial Service Award to retired Albany Police Chief Brendan Cox ’88. Brendan is the third recipient of this honorable award.