NJROTC "Distinguished Unit" 2016-17
The Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) is a leadership program designed to give students a head start. Navy JROTC develops the self-discipline, self-confidence, and leadership skills to help you successfully meet life’s challenges. People who are successful in life, who succeed in business, industry, and education, have developed strong self-discipline, the ability to lead and motivate others, and a well-rounded character. The Navy JROTC curriculum and instructional activities are designed to develop your leadership ability regardless of your career path.
High School NJROTC does not have a military obligation
Purpose and Objectives of Chaparral Navy JROTC:
The purpose of the Navy JROTC program is to instill in High School students the values of citizenship, community, state, and Country. As well as personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment. Specific objectives include:
To promote patriotism. To develop informed and responsible citizens. To promote habits of orderliness and precision and to develope respect for constituted authority. To develop a high degree of personal honor, self reliance, individual discipline, and leadership. To promote an understanding of basic elements and requirements for national security. To develop leadership potential. To provide incentives to live healthy and drug free lives.
Assistance with ROTC Scholarships to 4 year Universities
Selection/application to Military Academies, leading to a Commission for
Military career as well, advice on enlisted military careers
Desert Hot Springs Drill Meet
Annual Military Inspection 2016
Brain Brawl Competitions 2016
Veteran's Drill Meet 2016
Annual AFJROTC vs NJROTC flag football game 2016
Navy and Marine 241st Birthday Celebration
"Spooktacular" Dog Walk Community Service
USS MIDWAY 2016
Sport's Day 2016
Congratulations Cadet Ravy. Chaparral's Student of the Month
Neptune Olympics 2016
NJROTC's Newest Silver Cords
Six Cadets graduated Leadership Academy on 25 June 2016 earning the highest honors a Cadet can receive in the program. "THE SILVER CORD"
Graduating Cadets are: Cadet Zachry Friday, Cadet Makayla Renner, Cadet Skye Phung , Cadet Leilani Barajas, Cadet Tye Slater and Cadet Christian Hoy. (Also pictured are Cadets Devin Hernandez, XO and Madelyn Ravy, CO)
Welcome Aboard Picnic
NS1 Orientation 2016
Sail Academy 2016
Congratulations to this year's sail academy graduates. Four Cadets graduated Sail Academy on 22 June 2016 earning their sail academy pin. Graduating Cadets are: Cadet Maverick Villon, Lucas Fowler, Lucero Flores, and Evan Hall.