What is JROTC?
JROTC stands for Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps, and this program is offered at all seven CMCSS high schools. Students within the program are provided leadership and skills-based training while preparing for a potential military career and post-secondary education. Across the nation, there are three branches in which JROTC programs are offered Army, Air Force, and the Navy/Marines.
CMCSS students who are involved with JROTC programs are actively involved in community service, academic pursuits, and additional opportunities inside and outside of school. CMCSS JROTC cadets are often selected to compete and/or serve at both regional and national events.
The US Army JROTC Curriculum is accredited by Cognia. On average, CMCSS has on average over 1,300 students enrolled in the JROTC program each year.
What are ROTC Programs and how do they work?