About GHS NJROTC....

The Cadets are dedicated to the community and our fellow students. We participate in food drives, clean-up details, and charity runs. Annually, we collect and pack toys for the USMC's Toys-for-Tots campaign. We provide extracurricular teams in Drill, Rifle, Academics, Color Guard, Physical Training, and Orienteering. Our teams compete throughout the southeast and provide services for local events, such as football games and Veterans' Day programs.

Cadets participating three or more years in NJROTC are eligible to receive their physical education and health credit. These cadets are also eligible to apply for ROTC scholarships and a military academy nomination, and/or enlist as an E-3.

If you are interested in joining the GHS Corps of Cadets, please contact one of our instructors or your guidance counselor.

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Purpose: Instill in Participating High School Students:

  1. Values of Citizenship

  2. Personal Responsibility & Sense of Accomplishment

  3. Service to the United States

Empowering Good Citizenship

  • 1,250 Officer and Enlisted Veterans Instructors

  • 78,000 cadets: Positive Navy presence world wide

  • 1.34 Million Community Service Hours (~17 Hours Per Cadet)

  • 64% ethnically and racially diverse (24% A.A. & 29% Hispanic)

  • 42% Female

Service to the United States

  • 53% of senior graduates intend to enter military service

  • 6% of NROTC scholarship selects

  • 24% of diverse NROTC scholarship selects

  • 38% of Black NROTC scholarship selects

Achieving Sense of Accomplishment and Personal Responsibility

  • 59% Continue Education (includes ROTC/Service Academy)

  • 8% Lower School Suspensions

  • 94% average daily attendance-- higher than national average

  • Every graduate has a plan for success in life

NJROTC Preparatory Programs

  • A path to NROTC from NJROTC to capture untapped talent and potential

  • SY 18/19: pilot; SY 19/20: 67 prep students

    • 45 completed prep year and will continue to MIDN 4/c NROTC scholarship

  • SY 20/21: 110 selects/accepts, all 20 universities complete

    • 56% ethnic and racial diversity

Contact Information

John Singleton

CWO3 (Ret.) USN


Phone: (706) 650-6040 ext. 4190

Barry Bartasavich

MGySgt (Ret.) USMC


Phone: (706) 650-6040 ext. 4190

Greenbrier High School, 5114 Riverwood Parkway, Evans, GA 30809 Phone: 706-650-6040Fax: 706-855-3886
It is the policy of the Columbia County Board of Education not to discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, age, race, disability, religion or national origin in the educational programs and activities or admissions to facilities operated by the Columbia County Board of Education.