• National Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp (NJROTC)

    NJROTC is a cadet run organization that teaches basic leadership, discipline, self-confidence, and encourages team work.  Cadets are taught basic military knowledge, rules, regulations, and etiquette.  Cadets are given opportunities to gain leadership roles and join JROTC teams.  There is no obligation to join the military by taking JROTC courses, but cadets receive multiple benefits if they do decide to join any of the four services.

    NJROTC cadets also participate in a number of outside activities throughout the school year and during the summer months. These opportunities are designed to stimulate learning through hands-on experience and to reinforce classroom instruction. Some of these activities include: school and local activities such as drill teams, rifle teams, orienteering, unit athletics, parades, field days, and nonpolitical community activities. Military/leadership training, orientation visits to various naval and military bases, and cruises aboard U.S. naval vessels may be conducted during the summer months.