The Red Bank High School Lion Battalion host numerous events that build leadership, team building, and unit cohesion.
On June 8th-12th 12 Cadets attended JCLC at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where they learned leadership skills and developed comradery.
Cadets also had fun competing in rafting and intramural competitions, as well as obstacle courses
On September 8th, 50 cadets went white water rafting.
On September 11th all cadets participated in a ceremony honoring the lives lost in the 9/11 Attacks
On September 17th, Selected cadets attended Constitution Day at the Federal Court House, where they learned about the importance of the United States Constitution.
Our Raiders in competition during the 2018 Raider Season on September 25th
On October 5th all cadets attended the hall of fame ceremony, in which the school recognizes previous graduates for their outstanding reputation in and out of school. All Specialty teams worked as escorts before the ceremony began.
On October 6th and 7th the Lion Battalion, though the Interact club, provided volunteers to assist in running the Ronald McDonald House Fall Festival.
On October 25th, all cadets participated in the annual sponsor ceremony to commemorate the
RBHS JROTC sponsors who support the JROTC program
On November 6th, selected cadets went to the 14th annual Etiquette Seminar hosted by Mrs. Margaret Ann Pritchard. We would also like to thank the Erlanger Hospital for sponsoring this year's event.
On November 11th 57 cadets attended the Veteran's Day Ceremony at the Chattanooga National Cemetery.
They were the largest group and they assisted in the parking, directing traffic of, seating, and pinning veterans.
On November 13th, we held the annual fall blood drive. We had 57 new registered donors and raised 58 pints of blood
On November 15th, we held our first ever flag burning ceremony as part of the flag collection service learning project. Over two months, our leadership class collected old, fading, or tattered flags to be ceremoniously disposed of with honor.
on December 2nd, we held our annual Drill Meet. Schools from across the region,including programs from Georgia and Kentucky, traveled to compete. Thanks to the work of the Command and Staff, and the Corps of Cadets the meet was able to run ahead of time and with no problems.
On January 5th, our Varsity and Junior Varsity Teams Competed in the 2019 Chattanooga history bowl. Our Varsity team placed First, and two of our members won First and Third place in the individual History Bee, and three of them qualifying for the National Tournament.
From January 25th-27th, 42 Cadets went on the Winter Trip to Charleston, South Carolina. They stayed aboard the USS Yorktown, a WWII aircraft carrier, for two nights, and were given a boat tour of the Charleston Harbor.
On February 8th, we held our annual Military Ball aboard the Southern Belle riverboat in downtown Chattanooga.
On February 28th, the battalion held its annual formal JPA inspection. Overall, the battalion scored a 96.1, and maintained its status as an Honor Unit With Distinction
On March 5th, 2019 the Staff, in coordination with Blood Assurance, held the annual spring blood drive.
On April 17th, the battalion held the annual awards ceremony, in which select cadets were awarded for academic achievement, physical aptitude, and outstanding leadership. In addition, the Colonel of Cadets, Battalion Commander, and Battalion Executive Officer for the 2018-2019 school year were promoted.
On May 4th, 2018 the entire Battalion Marched in the Annual Armed forces day parade, this year there where over 100 entries into the parade, and Red Bank Won 1st place for marching for our third year in a row.