On a Silver shield shaped metal and epoxied device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height blazoned as follows: Per chevron Argent (Silver) and Vert, in chief a sun in glory between dexter a tree and to sinister a sheaf of arrows, points upward, all of the second, and in base a hawk’s claw throughout of the first, garnished of the second. Attached to the sides and below the shield a Green scroll inscribed “LUX ET LEX” in Silver letters.
Black, green, white and pink are the school colors. The hawk’s claw alludes to the school’s new mascot. The sun illuminates, provides life, and is emblematic of glory and honor. The tree denotes growth and taking root in one’s life and education. The bundle of arrows characterizes the military side of the ROTC program.
The shoulder loop insignia was originally authorized 19 July 1950, currently cancelled for an updated description and symbolism for a new design on 26 February 2016.