SAI: LTC Eric Atherton, ROTC Intructor
AI: CSM John McConnell, ROTC Instructor
BN Commander: C/LTC Munson, Gabby
BN CSM: C/CSM Froelich, Collin
BN XO: C/MAJ Diaz, Jackson
BN S1: C/CPT Silva, Athena
BN S2: C/1LT Ratston, Erica
BN S3: C/MAJ Ladrillono, Espi
BN S4: C/CPT Shallom, Adam
BN S5: C/CPT Spies, Meagan
BN S6: C/1LT Campbell, Drew
BN Chaplain: C/SSG Munson, Damien
Alpha Company Commnder: C\CPT McGee, Devin
Alpha Company Comander: 1SG: C/1SG Ronn, Seveaphina
Bravo Company Commander: C/CPT Bennett, David
Bravo Company Commander: 1SG: C/1SG:Grubb, Brandon
a JROTC cadet you are embarking on one of the most interesting and valuable
educational experiences of your high school career. In JROTC you will be given
the chance to participate in your education and will learn to be a better
citizen. The program provides you with tools and skills you can use to succeed
in high school, but far more importantly, these tools and skills will be useful
for the remainder of your life.
will learn to:
Appreciate the ethical values that underlie good citizenship. Citizenship,
taught through a study of history and government, demonstrates the importance
of commitment and strengthens your character and resolve as you grow. You will
learn to make ethical decisions based on core values.
Develop leadership potential and learn to live and work cooperatively with
others. Teamwork and leadership, within teams and groups, are essential to the
smooth operation of any organization. You will learn leadership to increase
your skills, not only to lead but to also to work as a member of a team.
Service, drills, challenges, and other competitions make learning teamwork and
leadership challenging and fun.
Think logically and communicate effectively both orally and in writing. You
will learn important skills in writing, reading, and test taking that will
allow you to excel in your classes outside JROTC. You will learn basic problem
solving, financial planning, and conflict resolution life skills that will help
you live in the modern world.
Appreciate the importance of physical fitness in maintaining good health.
Fitness, wellness, and good nutrition are necessary to perform as a citizen and
a leader. JROTC will teach you what needs to be done to become fit and to
maintain that fitness. Instruction will be provided on how your brain
functions, how you can maximize your learning and effectiveness, and how to
avoid pitfalls such as substance abuse.
Understand ways to resist negative peer pressure and support others. It is one
thing to know how to make better choices for yourself and another to teach
others to do the same. Through service learning you will be able to help others
to develop the positive strategies you have learned that will enhance their
quality of life.
Develop mental management abilities. You will be able to assess your skills and
learn to make more logical, positive decisions and choices. You will learn how
to set goals and develop an action plan that will help you to achieve those
goals. As you become a better citizen, a better leader, and a better team
member, your self-esteem will fly. Your “Can Do” attitude will show beyond
Become familiar with military history as it relates to America’s culture and
with the history, purpose, and structure of the military services. Learn not
only about important events in our history, but also about their effect on our
society. Discover the role the military services play in supporting the nation.
- Understand the importance of high school graduation for a successful future.
Develop the means and motivation to graduate from high school and to pursue a
Learn about college and other advanced educational and employment opportunities
and develop the skills necessary to work effectively as a member of a team. You
will learn about the many varied opportunities that are available to you upon
graduation. The foundation and competency skills required to work effectively
are ingrained throughout the curriculum.
- US Army Academy, https://westpoint.edu/admissions
- US Marines Academy, https://www.usmma.edu/admissions
- US Coast Guard Academy, https://www.uscga.edu/admissions/
- US Naval Academy,
- US Airforce Acadamy,
- ACT/SAT prep,
- Army ROTC Scholarship Information,
- Cadet Command JROTC Home Page,
- Medal of Honor information,
- Medal of Honor Society,
- Current Events,