Air Force Junior R.O.T.C. Aerospace Science Program is designed to
build better citizens, strengthen character, develop leadership, and
acquaint cadets with the aerospace age and careers in military and
civilian aviation. Additionally, the program emphasizes self-discipline.
The curriculum is centered around the nature of flight, space exploration,
and related sciences, such as weather and space technology.
Army Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps
Program (AJROTC) provides developmental courses in leadership theory,
drill and ceremonies,
hygiene and first aid, map reading, land navigation, techniques of oral
communication, marksmanship and safety, staff function and procedures,
service/R.O.T.C. opportunities and physical readiness. Students who select
this option will enroll in the Army Jr. R.O.T.C. classes each year, as
well as a full academic schedule. Upon completion, students are under no
obligation to enlist in the armed forces. However, successful completion
of the Jr. R.O.T.C. program allows entry into the armed forces up to two
pay grades higher than other enlistees without Jr. R.O.T.C. experience.
The Navy Reservce Officers’ Training Corps (NJROTC) Program teaches
self-discipline, self-confidence, and leadership skills to meet life’s
challenges. The naval science curriculum includes seamanship, oceanography,
meteorology, astronomy, radar, sonar electronics, and leadership. Instruction
consists of formal classroom training supplemented by field trips to various
naval facilities. Upon completion, students are under no obligation to
enlist in the armed forces. However, successful completion of the Jr. R.O.T.C.
program allows entry into the armed forces up to two pay grades higher
than other enlistees without Jr. R.O.T.C. experience.
|All students applying to the program must meet the following eligibility criteria: 3 Favorable Teacher Recommendations.|