skip to main content

JROTC

WHY_JOIN_JROTC Card IconWHY JOIN JROTC

  • To appreciate the importance of high school graduation and future success
  • To appreciate the ethical values and principles that inspires good citizenship
  • To develop leadership potential, while working cooperatively with others
  • To be able to think logically and to communicate effectively with others both orally and written
  • To appreciate the importance of physical fitness and good health
  • To learn about college, vocational programs, and future career opportunities
  • To develop the skills necessary to work effectively as a member of a team
  • To become familiar with military history as it relates to America's culture, purpose, and U.S. Military

________ Card Icon

 
 
school crest
 
 
=====================================================

II  BASIC JROTC CURRICULUM

Classes Offered: 

2nd – 6th First Year (LET 1)
and Second Year (LET 2)
 
Unit 1:  Citizenship in Action    
  Chapter 1  Foundation of Army JROTC
and Getting Involved
Unit 2:  Leadership Theory and Application          
   Chapter 1        Being a Leader           
   Chapter 2        Leadership Skills
Unit 3:  Foundation for Success            
  Chapter 1        Know yourself-Socrates            
  Chapter 2        Learning to learn            
  Chapter 3        Study Skills            
  Chapter 4        Communication Skills            
  Chapter 5        Conflict Resolution            
  Chapter 11       NEFE High School Financial Planning
Program Unit 4:  Wellness, Fitness and First Aid         
    Chapter 1        Achieving a Healthy Lifestyle  
 Chapter 2        First Aid for Emergency and Non-Emergency Situations
    Chapter 3        Drug Awareness
Unit 5:  Geography, Skills Map and Environmental Awareness
   Chapter 1        Map Skills
Unit 6:  Citizenship in American History and Government
  Chapter 1        You the People Citizenship Skills         
  Chapter 2        Foundation of the American Political System            
  Chapter 6        The Bill of Rights            
  Chapter 7        Citizen Role in American Democracy

Mandatory Core Service Learning Project


III ADVANCED JROTC CURRICULUM

Classes Offered: 
1st – 5th First Year (LET 3) and Second Year (LET 4)
 
Unit 1:  Citizenship in Action            
Chapter 1        Basic Command and Staff Principles           
Chapter 2        Service to the Nation
Unit 2:  Leadership Theory and Application       
Chapter 4        Leadership Strategies           
Chapter 5        Leading Others          
Chapter 6        Leadership Principles  
Chapter 6        Presenting Skills
Unit 3:  Foundation for Success            
Chapter 6        Presenting Skills
Chapter 7        Managing Conflict
Chapter 9        Career Planning
Chapter 10      Planning Skills and Social Responsibility
Chapter 11       NEFE High School Financial Planning Program            
Chapter 12      Teaching Skills Unit 6:  Citizenship in American History and Government  Chapter 8        Critical Thinking and Citizenship

Mandatory Core Service Learning Project