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The Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) is a program taught in high schools that teaches students character education, student achievement, wellness, leadership, and diversity. It is a cooperative effort between the Army and high schools to produce successful students and citizens while fostering a constructive and disciplined learning environment. The curriculum is facilitated and instructed by retired Army personnel with over 20 years of service and employed by the school.
Program is a Progressive 4-year Program: At the Freshman level, students must enroll in the 1st year JROTC Course before advancing to years 2,3, and 4 respectively.
• Gain leadership and management skills to succeed in a diverse and global workforce
• Improve self-esteem and communication skills
• Lead or participate in various drill and Color Guard teams
• Compete in various drill and Color Guard drill competition locally and statewide
• Make a difference through our various community service and service learning opportunities
• Earn P.E. credits towards graduation
For More Information Contact:
LTC (Retired) Linh Scott (Juniors/Seniors) Rm: 781
1SG (Retired) Brian Bennett (Sophomores) Rm: 783
1SG (Retired) James Logan (Freshmen) Rm: 783