INCLINE HIGH SCHOOL JROTC WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT RENO, NV
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Shoulder Sleeve Insignia


Description/Blazon
On a gold disk with a 1/8 inch (.32 cm) green border three inches (7.62 cm) in diameter overall, a white disk bearing a green triangle issuing from base charged with two gold dirks points up and crossed diagonally, all within the inscription "INCLINE" above and "HIGHLANDERS" below in green letters 5/16 inch (.79 cm) in height.

Symbolism
The school's colors are green, gold and white. Dirks were formally used by the Scottish Highlanders, and therefore suggesting military use and referring to the school's nickname, "THE HIGHLANDERS." The green triangle simulates a hill or incline alluding to the school's name.

Background
The shoulder sleeve insignia was authorized 15 July 1985. (TIOH Drawing Number A-10J-10)




Shoulder Loop Insignia


Description/Blazon
A silver colored metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height consisting of a rectangle with an irregular lower right corner and divided diagonally from middle left to lower right, blue over silver, and bearing a silver mining pan tipped, draining copper-colored water, and revealing a yellow gold nugget. Arcing across the top, a black triparted scroll inscribed "THE BEST IN THE WEST" in silver letters.

Symbolism
Blue and yellow are the state's colors. The blue area resembles the state of Nevada. The silver mining pan, copper-colored water, and gold nugget reflect the three major metals mined in the state. The gold nugget indicates the location of the school district in the state. The pan also represents the prospector's spirit of the cadets and their dedication to serve.

Background
The shoulder loop insignia was authorized for the Washoe County School District on 8 July 1993.





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