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Enrollment in JROTC

JROTC

Treon Simon
SFC, U.S. Army (Retired)
Email: Treon_Simon@ccpsnet.net
Phone: (804) 639-6679

Col. Anthony Atlas
Senior Army JROTC Instructor
Email: Anthony_Atlas@ccpsnet.net
Phone: (804) 639-6679

Enrollment in any of the JROTC courses does not obligate the student for future military service. Scholarships may be available for qualified students. There is a uniform deposit as well as class fees.

JROTC students holding flags up during an event in the gym.

Grade Levels 9-12

Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps. This course will provide a greater appreciation of our American heritage. It is designed to help you feel good about yourself, physically and mentally. This course will provide the tools to assist in developing the fundamentals of self-discipline, integrity, and responsibility. The development of good citizenship, self-reliance, leadership skills, respecting authority, and becoming knowledgeable of basic military skills are topics that will be discussed. Regular uniform checks are required. A $30 fee is required.

Prerequisite: Regular school attendance, at least 14 years of age.

Grade Levels 10-12

This course builds on JROTC 1. Techniques of communication will teach how to convey a message to others through writing and oral presentations. Leadership will concentrate on values, good judgment, and basic management skills. A $30 fee is required.

Prerequisite: JR941, see above

 

Grade Levels 11-12

This course will build upon the first two years and will concentrate in applied leadership. Problem solving techniques and supervising skills in different situations with subordinates will be developed. Duties as battalion leaders will be required. A $30 fee is required.

Prerequisite: JR941 & JR942, see above

Grade Levels 12

During the fourth and last year, the cadet progresses to courses in psychology of leadership. The positive and negative leadership traits and styles are explored. At this final stage, cadets will learn how to handle an ethical dilemma while still maintaining a high standard of personal conduct. A $30 fee is required.

Prerequisite: JROTC 1-3, see above

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