JROTC
jrotc

JROTC COURSES OFFERED AT HHS




JROTC I - GRADES 9-12, 1 Unit PE/JROTC Credit

Introduces the student to Leadership. Course Content includes instruction on leadership, the spirit of American citizenship, American history, physical fitness, marksmanship and safety. Cadets may try out for Drill Team and/or Color Guard, participate in parades, community service activities, Adventure Training (rope bridges, rappeling) and Junior Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC).

JROTC II - GRADES 9-12, 1 Unit PE/JROTC Credit
Prerequisite: SAI and AI Recommendation
Develops intermediate leadership skills, builds upon the first year of JROTC. Includes communication through writing and instructing, leadership values and judgment, physical fitness, drug abuse prevention, and leadership. Cadets may try out for Drill Team and/or Color Guard, participate in parades, community service activities, Adventure Training (rope bridges, rappeling) and Junior Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC).

JROTC III - GRADES 11-12, 1 Unit PE/JROTC Credit
Prerequisite: Recommendation by instructor required
Provides opportunities for applied leadership development. Subjects taught include techniques of oral communication, drug abuse prevention, 19th and they century military history, computer programming, and the role of the Army in peacetime and service opportunities. Practical work includes command and staff procedures, drill team and color guard demonstration, and drill at battalion level.  JROTC Junior Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC) at a military installation is offered to select cadets.

JROTC IV - GRADE 12, 1 Unit PE/JROTC Credit
Prerequisite: Recommendation by instructor required
To be selected to continue JROTC at Level IV, a cadet must complete a summer camp and demonstrate the maturity and ability to work without immediate supervision. This course stresses developing and applying skills required of staff officers and executives. It includes instruction in the evolution and causes of The American Revolution, drug abuse prevention, word processing and data base computer programs, organizing and planning trips and projects, training in the management of resources as well as conducting instructional periods and meetings. Hands-on experience is gained in drill team competitions, color guard demonstrations, in the community and drill at battalion level.