Motto: To Motivate Young People To Become Better Citizens
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.
1. What does JROTC stands for ?
Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
2. By enrolling in JROTC are you joining the military?
No, Students who enroll in JROTC don't join the military; there is no military obligation for enrolling in JROTC. Students take a class for which they receive credit. It's considered a high school elective.
3. Does JROTC cost anything?
No, the program is funded by the Department of Defense. Some extracurricular activities require the cadet to pay, but the course itself is free.
4. What will I learn in this class?
This class is about learning leadership. It is to make all cadets better citizens for the community. It teaches responsibility, time management, but most important of all leadership.
5. Is JROTC training as hard as it sounds?
Well, the course is demanding, but most of the students who make an effort really enjoy the challenge and thrive on the hard work and discipline.
6. Can JROTC help my child go to college?
If the potential is there, we definitely can help. JROTC training improves the ability to study, to take tests, to set goals and to focus. These are the tools a student needs to get better grades and have a better chance to attend college.
7. How many times does student have to wear their uniform?
Student will wear their uniform once a week to class.
8. Will JROTC meet any high school requirement?
It meets the graduation requirement for physical education.
9. Does student have to be a US citizen to join JROTC?
JROTC is open to all students enrolled in school.
10. If a person is a member of an Army JROTC program, can they still join a different military branch?
Yes. A cadet may still join the Coast Guard, Navy, Air Force, or Marine Corps if they so choose. The JROTC program will focus mainly on the Army and its role in the world, but there are many opportunities to learn about any of the other branches of the military and the jobs that they have to offer.
6529 Beverly Hill Ln.
Houston Texas 77057 United States
|Hours of operation:|
Monday - Thursday : 7:15am - 5:00pm Friday : 7:15am - 3:15pm
Tel: (713) 787-1754
Fax: (713) 787-1723