JROTC is a Federal program sponsored by the U.S. Armed Forces in high schools nationwide. Its purpose is to instill in cadets the values of citizenship, service to their country, living drug-free and personal responsibility. The program helps students develop self-reliance, oral and written communication, leadership, team-building and an appreciation for physical fitness.
- JROTC I
- JROTC II
- JROTC III
- JROTC IV
In addition, DoDI 1205.13 – 18.104.22.168. A student presenting evidence of successful completion of at least 2 academic years of the JROTC program under any Military Department is entitled to advanced promotion to the grade of no less than E-2 on initial enlistment in an Active or Reserve component of a Military Service. At their discretion, the Military Departments may award the grade of E-3 for successful completion of 3 academic years of the JROTC program.
Additional JROTC Notes
- JROTC cadets who successfully pass JROTC I and JROTC II courses will fulfill the 1 credit Physical Education graduation requirement.
- Successful program of study completers will demonstrate their technical skills attainment through the CTE portfolio and state-approved technical assessment processes.
- EVERY student must pass ALL safety exams with a score of 100% before having access to available equipment.
- JROTC I (WVEIS course 1065), II (WVEIS course 1066), III (WVEIS course 1080), and IV (WVEIS course 1081) will fulfill 1 credit from an additional social studies course or an AP® social studies course (see Policy 2510 Chart IV). Students must pass all four JROTC courses to fulfill the 1 social studies credit requirement. This will not fulfill the requirement for World Studies, a U.S. Studies course, or Civics.
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