Army Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps [JROTC]
Open to Grades: 9-12
Requirements: The student will be required to wear a uniform at least once a week. Students must present a proper military appearance. Some of the requirements for males would be that they be clean-shaven, except that a trimmed
mustache can be worn. No earrings will be worn during class, and hair will be kept short, natural color, and groomed. Females, while in uniform can wear a conservation nail polish, and their hair must be styled up off of the uniform collar.
The students must also be able to work cooperatively with students of different personalities, race, and gender. The student should be motivated, self-disciplined, dependable, and work under close supervision.
- Army JROTC 1 13580
- 1 year course – 5 PE credits per semester
- Army JROTC 2
- 1 year course – 5 PE credits per semester 13581
- Army JROTC 3 13584
- 1 year course – 5 elective credits per semester semester
- Army JROTC 4 13585
- 1 year course – 5 elective credits per
Description: The Army JROTC Program will offer students the opportunity to prepare for a career in the military, or it could lead to the selection of a cadet to a military academy. The Army is one of the world’s largest employers, with over 200
specialties that are offered to entry level soldiers. The Army has a proud history of faithful service to the nation. The nation counts on the Army to be an organized, trained, disciplined, and versatile force. The Littlerock Army JROTC Program
will mirror these standards by providing students training in basic military skills. Students will learn to march, conduct military ceremonies, teamwork, citizenship, combat tactics, and military history. The Army JROTC Program will also prepare
students to pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), which is required prior to enlistment in the military.
JROTC Drill and Ceremonies
1 year course – 5 elective credits per semester
Open to Grades: 9-12
Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a JROTC course
Description: The Drill and Ceremonies course provides an in-depth instruction in military drill and ceremonies. Students are provided detailed instruction on ceremonial performances and protocol for civilian and military events. Cadets will
demonstrate numerous drill movements with precision, using flags, ceremonial rifles, and elements of formal ceremonial events. The course is designed to help Cadets appreciate the need for authority, discipline, precision and teamwork to bring credit to the Corps, to Littlerock Knight High School, and to the US Army.