SY2016-2017 Awarded "Distinguished Unit" for outstanding success within NJROTC Area FIVE covering Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia!!
  

Why You Should Join NJROTC?                          

The NJROTC unit is more than a program or a club - it's a family. There is always something to do around the unit whether it's participating in Drill, Air Rifle, Athletics, or participating in our field trips or various community service projects. We have made many achievements over the years to include being recognized as a Distinguished Unit for SY2016-2017, being awarded with the "Unit Achievement" streamer and ribbon for SY2015-2016, being a Distinguished Unit with Academic Honors (7 consecutive years prior), placing 3rd in athletics at the Area 5 Drill Championship, placing 1st overall in the NJROTC National Air Rifle Championship in 2011, and returning to the NJROTC National Air Rifle Championship in 2017. We currently have 110 highly motivated Cadets in our family and with all of these motivated cadets, we hope to achieve our goals which are: maintaining our Distinguished Unit status within Area FIVE, improving our academic success, developing leaders, competing for a position at the National Drill Championships in Pensacola, Florida, placing in the top 5 at the NJROTC National Air Rifle Championships, and being ambassadors to our school, county, state, and country!


THE CADET CREED

I am a Navy Junior ROTC Cadet.
I strive to promote patriotism and become an informed and
    responsible citizen.
I respect those in positions of authority.
I support those who have gone before me to defend freedom and
   democracy around the world.
I proudly embrace the Navy's core values of honor, courage and
   commitment.
I am committed to excellence and the fair treatment of all.

What's the best thing about our NJROTC program?

"The best thing about the NJROTC is traveling around the country using planes, trains, and automobiles." - Cadet Kyle Michalko

"NJROTC gives you a chance to step forward from the crowd. Be the one willing to take charge and lead others. And you get that sense of accomplishment when you know that you can take a group of people and bring them together to work as a team. Having the chance to be a leader/lead in high school can really help in the working world. You will already possess skills and traits that employers look for and desire in an employee."  ~Cadet Katie Burroughs