A silver color metal and enamel device 1 1/4 inches (3.18 cm) in height overall consisting of a silver eagle displayed, wings inverted surmounted by a shield blazoned: "Between a cross fillet Azure, in the first hands conjoined, in the second an atom, in the third an open book surmounted by a quill pen per bend, in the fourth an axe bendwise sinister surmounted by a plow all Argent (Silver Gray)." Attached below the shield two stacked scrolls, at the top inscribed "JENKINS COUNTY" and at the bottom inscribed "HIGH SCHOOL" in Silver letters.
Carolina blue and white are the school colors. Blue symbolizes loyalty an attribute the cadets have for their country and each other. White alludes to perfection a virtue the cadets seek to achieve in everything they do. The "War Eagles" is the school's mascot and represents perseverance, fierceness, strength and swiftness. The students identify with their mascot in their pursuit of academic as well as athletic achievements. The conjoined hands represent a contract or promise to be the best citizen that cadets can be. The atom symbol suggests to the importance of science. The quill pen and open book denotes the drive for academic excellence. The axe and plow reflects overcoming obstacles and to plow and plant the seeds that will help cadets become productive citizens
The shoulder loop insignia was authorized 7 March 2012.