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Full JROTC Course List & Descriptions

Beaufort County School District has a proud tradition of providing student leadership opportunities through our Junior ROTC programs. The JROTC program goals are to instill in high school students the values of citizenship, self-discipline, and leadership skills. JROTC provide elective credits and open to any high school student who has an interest. There is no military obligation to participate in JROTC.

Click course title to see below. 
 

Marine Corps

(BCHS, WBECHS)

Air Force

(BHS)

Army

*(BLHS)

Navy

(HHIHS)

Junior ROTC 1 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 2 (Marine Corps)
Junior ROTC 3 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 4 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 5 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 6 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 7 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 8 (Marine Corps)

Junior ROTC 1 (Air Force)

Junior ROTC 2 (Air Force)

Junior ROTC 3 (Air Force)

Junior ROTC 4 (Air Force)

Junior ROTC 5 (Air Force)

Junior ROTC 6(Air Force)

Junior ROTC 7 (Air Force)

Junior ROTC 8(Air Force)

Junior ROTC 1 (Army)

Junior ROTC 2 (Army)

Junior ROTC 3 (Army)

Junior ROTC 4 (Army)

Junior ROTC 5 (Army)

Junior ROTC 6 (Army)

Junior ROTC 7 (Army)

Junior ROTC 8 (Army)

Junior ROTC 1 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 2 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 3 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 4 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 5 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 6 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 7 (Navy)

Junior ROTC 8 (Navy)


*May River High school students  interested in enrolling in JROTC may apply to Bluffton HS through the choice process.
 


 

MARINE CORPS JRROTC Pathway

Locations: Battery Creek High and Whale Branch Early College High

The MCJROTC courses of instruction emphasize leadership education. Although it is an academic course, training in drill, ceremonies, marksmanship and physical fitness are included. This course satisfies the physical education requirement for a South Carolina State Diploma.
 

**NOTE**: All Cadets enrolled in MCJROTC must maintain acceptable standards of academic achievement, conduct, and grooming as prescribed by governing directives for continued participation, as determined by the Senior Marine Instructor (SMI).

 


Title: Junior ROTC 1 (Marine Corps)
Course Code: 375100CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide an extensive introduction to the United States Marine Corps. Major emphasis is placed on citizenship, close order drill (COD), physical training (PT), Marine Corps customs and courtesies, personal growth and responsibilities, uniform clothing and equipment, marksmanship, and initial classes of Marine Corps history. Cadets will be required to wear the prescribed Marine Corps uniform while adhering to the proper Marine Corps grooming standards. In addition to normal class work, the ROTC program sponsors several after school programs throughout the year including Cadet Color Guard, Drill Teams, and Marksmanship Teams that represent the school during numerous community events throughout the year. These teams compete with other school JROTC programs during invitational drill meets. This course is accepted by the state of South Carolina as a replacement/substitute for the physical education requirement for graduation

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  Pass initial physical fitness test with physical exam along with an interview by Senior Marine Instructor and maintain a C average (subject to waiver by SMI)
 

Title: Junior ROTC 2 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375200CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide an extensive introduction to the United States Marine Corps. Major emphasis is placed on citizenship, close order drill (COD), physical training (PT), Marine Corps customs and courtesies, personal growth and responsibilities, uniform clothing and equipment, marksmanship, and initial classes of Marine Corps history. Cadets will be required to wear the prescribed Marine Corps uniform while adhering to the proper Marine Corps grooming standards. In addition to normal class work, the ROTC program sponsors several after school programs throughout the year including Cadet Color Guard, Drill Teams, and Marksmanship Teams that represent the school during numerous community events throughout the year. These teams compete with other school JROTC programs during invitational drill meets. This course is accepted by the state of South Carolina as a replacement/substitute for the physical education requirement for graduation

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  Pass initial physical fitness test with physical exam along with an interview by Senior Marine Instructor and maintain a C average (subject to waiver by SMI)


Title: Junior ROTC 3 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375300CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide the Cadet an opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills previously taught, but include intensive in depth study in leadership techniques, Marine Corps history and added study on citizenship, Drug and alcohol prevention/abuse, public service and career exploration and rank structures of the Departments of the Navy, Army, and Air Force. In addition, the curriculum includes subjects such as physical training, marksmanship, land navigation/map reading, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Students are placed in positions of increased responsibility that contribute directly to the daily functioning of the battalion. Cadets will continue to wear their uniforms once a week while meeting the Marine Corps uniform and grooming standards

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed LE 1 and 2 with a final grade of “C” or better.


Title: Junior ROTC 4 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375400CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide the Cadet an opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills previously taught, but include intensive in depth study in leadership techniques, Marine Corps history and added study on citizenship, Drug and alcohol prevention/abuse, public service and career exploration and rank structures of the Departments of the Navy, Army, and Air Force. In addition, the curriculum includes subjects such as physical training, marksmanship, land navigation/map reading, and the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Students are placed in positions of increased responsibility that contribute directly to the daily functioning of the battalion. Cadets will continue to wear their uniforms once a week while meeting the Marine Corps uniform and grooming standards

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed LE 1 and 2 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 

Title: Junior ROTC 5 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375500CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses of study continue to emphasize instruction in physical Training, Close Order Drill, Marksmanship Training. Cadets will continue to be placed in situations of increased responsibility while being assigned to billets on the battalion staff. Increased emphasis will be placed on civic responsibilities, national defense, and career preparation, opportunities in public service, service etiquette, and continued study in Marine Corps History. Cadets will continue to be required to wear the prescribed uniform on a weekly basis while adhering to Marine Corps uniform and grooming standards. Cadets will be required to organize, supervise, and conduct weekly scheduled uniform and personnel inspections.

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed LE 3 and 4 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 

Title: Junior ROTC 6 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375600CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses of study continue to emphasize instruction in physical Training, Close Order Drill, Marksmanship Training. Cadets will continue to be placed in situations of increased responsibility while being assigned to billets on the battalion staff. Increased emphasis will be placed on civic responsibilities, national defense, and career preparation, opportunities in public service, service etiquette, and continued study in Marine Corps History. Cadets will continue to be required to wear the prescribed uniform on a weekly basis while adhering to Marine Corps uniform and grooming standards. Cadets will be required to organize, supervise, and conduct weekly scheduled uniform and personnel inspections.

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed LE 3 and 4 with a final grade of “C” or better.


Title: Junior ROTC 7 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375700CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses of study places strong emphasis on all aspects of leadership with an increased expectation in the supervision of the junior cadets under their command. Cadets are placed in billets of increased responsibilities and are expected to organize and run the battalion in accordance with Marine Corps regulations and school policies with supervision and advice provided by the Senior Marine Instructor. Cadets will directly supervise all facets of training within ROTC and are expected to meet and exceed the Marine Corps grooming standards while setting the example for junior Cadets in accordance with current Marine Corps JROTC rules and regulations.

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed LE 5 and 6 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 

Title: Junior ROTC 8 (Marine Corps)

Course Code: 375800CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses of study places strong emphasis on all aspects of leadership with an increased expectation in the supervision of the junior cadets under their command. Cadets are placed in billets of increased responsibilities and are expected to organize and run the battalion in accordance with Marine Corps regulations and school policies with supervision and advice provided by the Senior Marine Instructor. Cadets will directly supervise all facets of training within ROTC and are expected to meet and exceed the Marine Corps grooming standards while setting the example for junior Cadets in accordance with current Marine Corps JROTC rules and regulations.

Schools: BCHS, WBECHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed LE 5 and 6 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 



AIRFORCE JROTC 
Location: Beaufort High School 

The mission of the AFJROTC program is to “Develop citizens of character dedicated to serving their nation and community.”  The goals of the AFJROTC program are to instill: The values of citizenship, Service to the United States, Personal responsibility, and A sense of accomplishment.  The objectives of AFJROTC are to educate and train students in citizenship and life skills; promote community service; instill a sense of responsibility; and develop character and self- discipline through education and instruction in air and space fundamentals and the Air Force's core values of "Integrity First, Service Before Self and Excellence In All We Do." Although it is an academic course, training in drill, ceremonies, marksmanship, aviation and physical fitness are included.  This course satisfies the South Carolina State Requirement for 1 credit unit of physical education. All subsequent credits are elective credits. Cadets attending summer leadership school at The Citadel receive .5 elective credit for each year attended.
 

 

**NOTE**:  All Cadets  enrolled in AFJROTC  at Beaufort High School  must maintain acceptable standards  of academic achievement, conduct, and grooming as prescribed by governing directives for continued participation, as determined by the
Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI).

Title: Junior ROTC 1 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375102CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide an extensive introduction to the United States Air Force. Major emphasis is placed on citizenship, close order drill (COD), physical training (PT), Air Force customs and courtesies, personal growth and responsibilities, uniform clothing and equipment. Cadets will be required to wear the prescribed Air Force uniform while adhering to the proper Air Force grooming standards. In addition to normal class work, the ROTC program sponsors several after school programs throughout the year including Cadet Color Guard, Drill Teams, and Marksmanship Teams that represent the school during numerous community events throughout the year. Cadets may also pursue co -curricular activities in Model Rocketry, flying Drones (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), Raider and Orienteering Teams.  These teams compete with other school JROTC programs. This course is accepted by the state of South Carolina as a replacement/substitute for the physical education requirement for graduation.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  Pass initial physical fitness test with physical exam along with an interview by Senior Aerospace Science Instructor and maintain a C average (subject to waiver by SASI).

 

Title: Junior ROTC 2 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375202CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide an extensive introduction to the United States Air Force. Major emphasis is placed on citizenship, close order drill (COD), physical training (PT), Air Force customs and courtesies, personal growth and responsibilities, uniform clothing and equipment. Cadets will be required to wear the prescribed Air Force uniform while adhering to the proper Air Force grooming standards. In addition to normal class work, the ROTC program sponsors several after school programs throughout the year including Cadet Color Guard, Drill Teams, and Marksmanship Teams that represent the school during numerous community events throughout the year. Cadets may also pursue co -curricular activities in Model Rocketry, flying Drones (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles), Raider and Orienteering Teams.  These teams compete with other school JROTC programs. This course is accepted by the state of South Carolina as a replacement/substitute for the physical education requirement for graduation.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS1 with a final grade of "C" or better.

                                        
Title: Junior ROTC 3 (Air Force)  

Course Code: 375302CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide the Cadet an opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills previously taught .  From the Science of Flight, students will become acquainted with the aerospace environment, weather, the human requirements of flight and the principles of navigation. The course also includes intensive in depth study in leadership techniques.  Students are placed in positions of increased responsibility that contribute directly to the daily functioning of the Squadron. Cadets will continue to wear their uniforms once a week while meeting the Air Force uniform and grooming standards.
Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS 1 and 2 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 

Title: Junior ROTC 4 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375402CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses provide the Cadet an opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills previously taught .  From the Science of Flight, students will become acquainted with the aerospace environment, weather, the human requirements of flight and the principles of navigation. The course also includes intensive in depth study in leadership techniques.  Students are placed in positions of increased responsibility that contribute directly to the daily functioning of the Squadron. Cadets will continue to wear their uniforms once a week while meeting the Air Force uniform and grooming standards.
Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS 1 and 2 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 

Title: Junior ROTC 5 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375502CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Through cultural studies, students will learn to see their world through many different perspectives. This course introduces students to the study of world affairs, regional studies, and cultural awareness.  Students will learn to explore and discover the processes that shape the Earth, the relationships between people and environments, and the links between people and places. Space exploration will equip students with the latest information available in space exploration and space science.   The Life Skills and Career Opportunities course it is designed to prepare students for life after high school in the high-tech, globally oriented, and diverse workplace of the 21st century. Cadets will continue to be placed in situations of increased responsibility while being assigned to billets on the Squadron staff. Cadets will continue wear the prescribed uniform on a weekly basis while adhering to Air Force uniform and grooming standards. Cadets will be required to organize, supervise, and conduct weekly scheduled uniform and personnel inspections.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS 3 and 4 with a final grade of “C” or better.

 

Title: Junior ROTC 6 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375602CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Through cultural studies, students will learn to see their world through many different perspectives. This course introduces students to the study of world affairs, regional studies, and cultural awareness.  Students will learn to explore and discover the processes that shape the Earth, the relationships between people and environments, and the links between people and places. Space exploration will equip students with the latest information available in space exploration and space science.   The Life Skills and Career Opportunities course it is designed to prepare students for life after high school in the high-tech, globally oriented, and diverse workplace of the 21st century. Cadets will continue to be placed in situations of increased responsibility while being assigned to billets on the Squadron staff. Cadets will continue wear the prescribed uniform on a weekly basis while adhering to Air Force uniform and grooming standards. Cadets will be required to organize, supervise, and conduct weekly scheduled uniform and personnel inspections.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites: For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS 3 and 4 with a final grade of “C” or better.


Title: Junior ROTC 7 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375702CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: This course provides exposure to the fundamentals of management with an increased expectation in the supervision of the junior cadets under their command.  Cadets will know the key elements of individual and group behavior, the importance of the communication process, and the characteristics of a good leader. Cadets are placed in positions of increased responsibilities and are expected to organize and run the Squadron in accordance with Air Force regulations and school policies with supervision and advice provided by the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor. Cadets will directly supervise all facets of training within ROTC and are expected to meet and exceed the Air Force grooming standards while setting the example for junior Cadets in accordance with current Air Force JROTC rules and regulations.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS 5 and 6 with a final grade of “C” or better

 

Title: Junior ROTC 8 (Air Force)

Course Code: 375802CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: This course provides exposure to the fundamentals of management with an increased expectation in the supervision of the junior cadets under their command.  Cadets will know the key elements of individual and group behavior, the importance of the communication process, and the characteristics of a good leader. Cadets are placed in positions of increased responsibilities and are expected to organize and run the Squadron in accordance with Air Force regulations and school policies with supervision and advice provided by the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor. Cadets will directly supervise all facets of training within ROTC and are expected to meet and exceed the Air Force grooming standards while setting the example for junior Cadets in accordance with current Air Force JROTC rules and regulations.

Schools: BHS

Prerequisites:  For advancement to this level a cadet must have successfully completed AS 5 and 6 with a final grade of “C” or better
 

 

 



ARMY JUNIOR ROTC PATHWAY

 

Location: Bluffton High (May River High school students  interested in enrolling in JROTC may apply to Bluffton HS through the choice process).

Army JROTC is designed to teach high school students the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self-discipline. Its focus is reflected in its mission statement, ““To motivate young people to be better citizens” It prepares high school students for responsible leadership roles while making them aware of their rights, responsibilities, and privileges as United States citizens.
 

Title: Junior ROTC 1 (Army)

Course Code: 375103CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Students are taught JROTC organization, personal appearance in and out of uniform, respect for the symbols of the United States of America, principals of leadership, followership, avoidance of sexual harassment, leading and following in diverse environments, self- awareness, learning styles and processing preferences, Thinking Maps, personal study habits, oral and written communication, conflict resolution, financial planning, and service learning. Students are required to wear a Class A uniform at least once each week, maintain course standards of appearance, participate in class discussions, public speaking presentations, physical training in PT uniform, color guard detail, local parades, Bluffton High School sporting events and field trips. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools: BLHS

Prerequisites:  This program is open to all students and may be used to meet the Physical Education (PE) requirement

 

Title: Junior ROTC 2 (Army)

Course Code: 375203CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Students are taught JROTC organization, personal appearance in and out of uniform, respect for the symbols of the United States of America, principals of leadership, followership, avoidance of sexual harassment, leading and following in diverse environments, self- awareness, learning styles and processing preferences, Thinking Maps, personal study habits, oral and written communication, conflict resolution, financial planning, and service learning. Students are required to wear a Class A uniform at least once each week, maintain course standards of appearance, participate in class discussions, public speaking presentations, physical training in PT uniform, color guard detail, local parades, Bluffton High School sporting events and field trips. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  This program is open to all students and may be used to meet the Physical Education (PE) requirement


Title: Junior ROTC 3 (Army)

Course Code: 375303CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: The emphasis is on American democracy fundamentals and rights and responsibilities of an American Citizen. Students are taught and practice basic leadership concepts, with the emphasis on developing leadership skills, improving self-confidence, and strengthening the foundation of citizenship in each cadet. It further develops the Citizenship Science subjects covered in Citizenship Science I, stressing living a healthy lifestyle, First Aid, drug awareness, geography and earth science, and citizenship in American history and government. Students must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in the prerequisite course. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  Army Science 1 and 2 with an average grade of C+, and approval of the Senior Army Instructor (SAI)

 

Title: Junior ROTC 4 (Army)

Course Code:  375403CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: The emphasis is on American democracy fundamentals and rights and responsibilities of an American Citizen. Students are taught and practice basic leadership concepts, with the emphasis on developing leadership skills, improving self-confidence, and strengthening the foundation of citizenship in each cadet. It further develops the Citizenship Science subjects covered in Citizenship Science I, stressing living a healthy lifestyle, First Aid, drug awareness, geography and earth science, and citizenship in American history and government. Students must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in the prerequisite course. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  Army Science 1 and 2 with an average grade of C+, and approval of the Senior Army Instructor (SAI)


Title: Junior ROTC 5 (Army)

Course Code: 375503CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses build on the basic principles of leadership taught in Citizenship Science II and develops intermediate leadership and management techniques preparing the cadet for senior leadership positions in the unit. This course concentrates on the areas of basic command and staff principals, culture and individual diversity, presenting skills, managing conflict, career planning, planning skills and social responsibility, financial planning, critical thinking in citizenship, and service learning. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  Army Science 3 and 4 with an average grade of B, and approval of the Senior Army Instructor (SAI)

 

Title: Junior ROTC 6 (Army)

Course Code: 375603CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses build on the basic principles of leadership taught in Citizenship Science II and develops intermediate leadership and management techniques preparing the cadet for senior leadership positions in the unit. This course concentrates on the areas of basic command and staff principals, culture and individual diversity, presenting skills, managing conflict, career planning, planning skills and social responsibility, financial planning, critical thinking in citizenship, and service learning. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  Army Science 3 and 4 with an average grade of B, and approval of the Senior Army Instructor (SAI)


Title: Junior ROTC 7 (Army)

Course Code: 375703CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Senior cadets will be able to apply their leadership skills through on-the-job application in their assigned leadership roles. Senior cadets conduct and oversee the training of subordinate junior leaders in the management and operations of the unit. This cadre of senior cadet leaders will plan, coordinate, organize, and execute major unit functions, including the annual Inspection and annual Military Ball. Students are evaluated on leadership performance in their day-to-day duties as part of the unit’s leadership staff. Students who have reached this level of study will typically be placed in senior Officer and senior Non -Commissioned Officer leadership positions and are expected to exemplify the Cadet Creed. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  Army Science 5 and 6 with an average grade of B, and approval of the Army Science Instructor

 

Title: Junior ROTC 8 (Army)

Course Code: 375803CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Senior cadets will be able to apply their leadership skills through on-the-job application in their assigned leadership roles. Senior cadets conduct and oversee the training of subordinate junior leaders in the management and operations of the unit. This cadre of senior cadet leaders will plan, coordinate, organize, and execute major unit functions, including the annual Inspection and annual Military Ball. Students are evaluated on leadership performance in their day-to-day duties as part of the unit’s leadership staff. Students who have reached this level of study will typically be placed in senior Officer and senior Non -Commissioned Officer leadership positions and are expected to exemplify the Cadet Creed. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses. This course meets every day throughout the school year.

Schools:  BLHS

Prerequisites:  Army Science 5 and 6 with an average grade of B, and approval of the Army Science Instructor

 

 



NAVY JROTC Pathway

 

Location: Hilton Head Island High
 

Title: Junior ROTC 1 (Navy)

Course Code: 375101CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: This program is open to all students and may be used to meet the PE requirement. Students will be taught leadership, basic close order drill, naval mission and organization, and basic seamanship. Students will be required to wear uniforms once each week, participate in physical fitness training and local parades, and field trips. The course also includes requirements for Comprehensive Health Education.
Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites:  

 

Title: Junior ROTC 2 (Navy)

Course Code: 375201CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: This program is open to all students and may be used to meet the PE requirement. Students will be taught leadership, basic close order drill, naval mission and organization, and basic seamanship. Students will be required to wear uniforms once each week, participate in physical fitness training and local parades, and field trips. The course also includes requirements for Comprehensive Health Education.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites:  Navy 1


Title: Junior ROTC 3 (Navy)

Course Code: 375301CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: The emphasis is on American Democracy fundamentals and rights and responsibilities of an American Citizen. Students will be taught basic leadership concepts, with the emphasis on developing basic leadership skills, improving self-confidence, and strengthening the foundation of citizenship in each cadet. It further develops the Naval Science subjects covered in Naval Science I, stressing Naval History, Naval weapons systems, Meteorology and Weather. Students will be required to wear uniforms, participate in physical fitness training and military drill, and attend local parades.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites: Navy 1 and 2

 

Title: Junior ROTC 4 (Navy)

Course Code: 375401CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: The emphasis is on American Democracy fundamentals and rights and responsibilities of an American Citizen. Students will be taught basic leadership concepts, with the emphasis on developing basic leadership skills, improving self-confidence, and strengthening the foundation of citizenship in each cadet. It further develops the Naval Science subjects covered in Naval Science I, stressing Naval History, Naval weapons systems, Meteorology and Weather. Students will be required to wear uniforms, participate in physical fitness training and military drill, and attend local parades.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites:  Navy 1, 2, 3


Title: Junior ROTC 5 (Navy)

Course Code: 375501CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses build on the basic principles of leadership taught in Naval Science 3 and 4 and develop intermediate leadership and management techniques preparing the cadet for senior leadership positions in the unit. This course will concentrate on the areas of Military Justice, Astronomy, International Law and The Sea, Sea Power and National Security, Naval History, Meteorology and Weather, Naval Operations, Communications and Intelligence. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites:  Navy 1-4

 

Title: Junior ROTC 6 (Navy)

Course Code: 375601CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: These courses build on the basic principles of leadership taught in Naval Science 3 and 4 and develop intermediate leadership and management techniques preparing the cadet for senior leadership positions in the unit. This course will concentrate on the areas of Military Justice, Astronomy, International Law and The Sea, Sea Power and National Security, Naval History, Meteorology and Weather, Naval Operations, Communications and Intelligence. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites:  Navy 1-5


Title: Junior ROTC 7 (Navy)

Course Code: 375701CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Senior cadets will be able to apply their leadership skills through on-the-job application in their assigned leadership roles. Senior cadets conduct and oversee the training of subordinate junior leaders in the management and operations of the unit. This cadre of senior cadet leaders will plan, coordinate, organize, and execute major unit functions, including the annual Inspection and annual Military Ball. Students will be evaluated on leadership performance in their day-to-day duties as part of the unit’s leadership staff. Students who have reached this level of study will typically be placed in senior officer and chief petty officer leadership positions. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites: Navy 1-6

 

Title: Junior ROTC 8 (Navy)

Course Code: 375801CW

Unit: 1 Unit

Description: Senior cadets will be able to apply their leadership skills through on-the-job application in their assigned leadership roles. Senior cadets conduct and oversee the training of subordinate junior leaders in the management and operations of the unit. This cadre of senior cadet leaders will plan, coordinate, organize, and execute major unit functions, including the annual Inspection and annual Military Ball. Students will be evaluated on leadership performance in their day-to-day duties as part of the unit’s leadership staff. Students who have reached this level of study will typically be placed in senior officer and chief petty officer leadership positions. The student must comply with the same uniform dress out and participation requirements identified in prerequisite courses.

Schools: HHIHS

Prerequisites:  Navy 1-7