A Silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height consisting of a shield blazoned per fess dancetty, per pale Azure and Tenné, and Argent between in dexter chief a mullet of four points and in sinister chief a winged foot; a torch of the last flamant Tenné, in base a barrulet wavy of the first above the arched inscription "COUNTY" of the like. Attached above the shield, a white scroll bearing the inscription "CAMPBELL" in Orange letters, above an arched Orange bar.
Blue and orange are the school colors. The dancetty divided shield above the wavy bar suggests the streams and mountains of the County's geography. The torch represents the academic program of the school; the polestar denotes specified technical training; and the winged foot reflects physical training. All aspects focus to make the cadets successful community partners.
The shoulder loop insignia was authorized 11 November 1994.