About Army JROTC
  • JROTC stands for Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps. It is a military regulated high school program whose purpose is to educate high school students in leadership roles while making them aware of the benefits of citizenship
  • The Army JROTC curriculum includes such topics as citizenship, U.S. Military History, first-aid, human relations, military map reading, techniques of communication, drill and ceremony, physical fitness, and time management.
  • Students who participate in junior ROTC are not required to join the military after high school, and the program is not a military preparation class.
  • JROTC Leadership Challenge and Academic Bowl (JLAB): a competitive program that imparts values of leadership and citizenship while preparing for higher education milestones like college entrance exams.
  • JROTC Raider Challenge: A competitive program for JROTC Cadets in five different fitness and skill events.
  • Drill Competitions: Programs for traditional drill formations including regulation and exhibition/pageantry categories