• Junior ROTC Curriculum

    Notes:

    1. The focus of JROTC is life management skills.  The learning objectives for JROTC are in harmony with all Career Pathways: College/University, Tech Prep and Career Prep, thus making it a suitable elective for all students.
    2. 20% of JROTC learning outcomes are directly applicable to the required Senior Exit Exam skills.
    3. All courses must be taken in sequence beginning with 950125.
    4. Coursework is supplemented by marksmanship training, drill and ceremonies, and  adventure training.
    5. Extra-curricular activities include color guard, drill team, rifle team and raider team.


    950125/20 JROTC IA
    Grade Level: 9-12     Credit1
    Course Description: This course is designed to focus on citizenship, building teamwork, and developing discipline and self-confidence. Course work will include U.S. citizenship (Constitution), career awareness, consumer awareness, oral communications, learning styles, conflict resolution, leadership, health (life saving first aid, and drug awareness), PE (weekly physical training), earth science (map reading) and U.S. military history overview. Selected students will be assigned squad level leadership roles.
     

    950125/20 JROTC IB
    Grade Level: 9-12     Credit 1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IA
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, building teamwork, and developing discipline and self-confidence. It is a continuation of JROTC IA coursework.
     

    950225 JROTC IIA
    Grade Level: 10-12    Credit:  1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IB
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teamwork, leadership, and motivation. Coursework will include written communications, presentation techniques, leadership and management, values and ethics, PE (weekly physical training), health (first aid, hygiene, and drug awareness), earth science (map reading), U.S. military history (Cold War era 1945-1991), U.S. Citizenship (civil rights), career awareness and technology awareness.  Students rotate platoon level leadership roles.
     

    950225 JROTC IIB
    Grade Level: 10-12   Credit1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIA
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teamwork, leadership, and motivation.  It is a continuation of JROTC IIA coursework. Students rotate platoon level leadership roles.
     

    950320 JROTC IIIA
    Grade Level: 11-12   Credit 1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIB
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership.  Coursework will include communication process and reading, leadership, PE (weekly physical training), health (first aid, stress, and drug awareness), earth science (map reading), U.S. military history (1865-1945), U.S. citizenship (judicial system), career awareness, personal financial management, and technology awareness.  Selected students will be assigned company level leadership, and battalion staff positions.
     

    950320 JROTC IIIB
    Grade Level: 11-12   Credit1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIIA
    Course Description: Focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership.  Continuation of JROTC IIIA coursework. Selected students assigned company level leadership, and battalion staff positions.
     

    950420 JROTC IVA
    Grade Level: 12    Credit 1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIIB
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership. The course will include practical exercises in oral and written communications, leadership (ethics), drug awareness, U.S. military history (1775-1865), PE (weekly physical training), and career awareness.  Students will be assigned to company and battalion level command and staff leadership positions.  Students are responsible for peer teaching JROTC IA IIIB students in all areas of the curriculum under the supervision of the Senior Army and Army Instructors.
     

    950429 JROTC IVB
    Grade Level: 12    Credit1
    Prerequisite: JROTCIVA
    Course Description:  This course will focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership.  It is a continuation of JROTC IVA practical exercises.  Students will be assigned to company and battalion level command and staff leadership positions.  Students are responsible for peer teaching JROTC IA IIIB students in all areas of the curriculum under the supervision of the Senior Army and Army Instructors.
     
     

    The mission of the JROTC Program is to "Motivate young people to be better American citizens." Jointly sponsored by the US Army Cadet Command and Iredell Statesville Schools, the program at North Iredell High School started in 1983. The unique feature of JROTC is that the education/training/motivating of young people is accomplished us the Army approach. Cadets are issued uniforms at no cost to them, are organized into a Battalion structure, earn rank and awards based on participation and demonstrated leadership ability, plus enjoy up-to-date classes designed to help prepare them to be productive adults.

     

    A full range of competitive teams are sponsored by the JROTC instructors as well as adventure trips to various locations. Cadets can also earn the right to participate in a Summer Camp program held at Fort Jackson. The JROTC instructors are retired from the Army and are certified by both the US Arm and the State of North Carolina. The motto of JROTC is "READY TO STEP UP TO THE CHALLENGE." The Raider Battalion cheer is " MOTIVATED, DEDICATED, READY TO BE EDUCATED, SIR."

     

     

    JROTC


    The mission of the JROTC Program is to "Motivate young people to be better American citizens." Jointly sponsored by the US Army Cadet Command and Iredell Statesville Schools, the program at North Iredell High School started in 1983. The unique feature of JROTC is that the education/training/motivating of young people is accomplished us the Army approach. Cadets are issued uniforms at no cost to them, are organized into a Battalion structure, earn rank and awards based on participation and demonstrated leadership ability, plus enjoy up-to-date classes designed to help prepare them to be productive adults.

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    Junior ROTC Curriculum

    Notes:

    1. The focus of JROTC is life management skills.  The learning objectives for JROTC are in harmony with all Career Pathways: College/University, Tech Prep and Career Prep, thus making it a suitable elective for all students.
    2. 20% of JROTC learning outcomes are directly applicable to the required Senior Exit Exam skills.
    3. All courses must be taken in sequence beginning with 9501A1.
    4. Coursework is supplemented by marksmanship training, drill and ceremonies, and  adventure training.
    5. Extra-curricular activities include color guard, drill team, rifle team and raider team.


    9501A1 JROTC IA
    Grade Level: 9-12     Credit1
    Course Description: This course is designed to focus on citizenship, building teamwork, and developing discipline and self-confidence. Course work will include U.S. citizenship (Constitution), career awareness, consumer awareness, oral communications, learning styles, conflict resolution, leadership, health (life saving first aid, and drug awareness), PE (weekly physical training), earth science (map reading) and U.S. military history overview. Selected students will be assigned squad level leadership roles.
     

    9501B1 JROTC IB
    Grade Level: 9-12     Credit 1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IA
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, building teamwork, and developing discipline and self-confidence. It is a continuation of JROTC IA coursework.
     

    9501A2 JROTC IIA
    Grade Level: 10-12    Credit:  1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IB
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teamwork, leadership, and motivation. Coursework will include written communications, presentation techniques, leadership and management, values and ethics, PE (weekly physical training), health (first aid, hygiene, and drug awareness), earth science (map reading), U.S. military history (Cold War era 1945-1991), U.S. Citizenship (civil rights), career awareness and technology awareness.  Students rotate platoon level leadership roles.
     

    9501B2 JROTC IIB
    Grade Level: 10-12   Credit1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIA
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teamwork, leadership, and motivation.  It is a continuation of JROTC IIA coursework. Students rotate platoon level leadership roles.
     

    9501A3 JROTC IIIA
    Grade Level: 11-12   Credit 1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIB
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership.  Coursework will include communication process and reading, leadership, PE (weekly physical training), health (first aid, stress, and drug awareness), earth science (map reading), U.S. military history (1865-1945), U.S. citizenship (judicial system), career awareness, personal financial management, and technology awareness.  Selected students will be assigned company level leadership, and battalion staff positions.
     

    9501B3 JROTC IIIB
    Grade Level: 11-12   Credit1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIIA
    Course Description: Focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership.  Continuation of JROTC IIIA coursework. Selected students assigned company level leadership, and battalion staff positions.
     

    9501A4 JROTC IVA
    Grade Level: 12    Credit 1
    Prerequisite: JROTC IIIB
    Course Description: This course will focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership. The course will include practical exercises in oral and written communications, leadership (ethics), drug awareness, U.S. military history (1775-1865), PE (weekly physical training), and career awareness.  Students will be assigned to company and battalion level command and staff leadership positions.  Students are responsible for peer teaching JROTC IA IIIB students in all areas of the curriculum under the supervision of the Senior Army and Army Instructors.
     

    9501B4 JROTC IVB
    Grade Level: 12    Credit1
    Prerequisite: JROTCIVA
    Course Description:  This course will focus on citizenship, teambuilding, and leadership.  It is a continuation of JROTC IVA practical exercises.  Students will be assigned to company and battalion level command and staff leadership positions.  Students are responsible for peer teaching JROTC IA IIIB students in all areas of the curriculum under the supervision of the Senior Army and Army Instructors.
     
     

    The mission of the JROTC Program is to "Motivate young people to be better American citizens." Jointly sponsored by the US Army Cadet Command and Iredell Statesville Schools, the program at North Iredell High School started in 1983. The unique feature of JROTC is that the education/training/motivating of young people is accomplished us the Army approach. Cadets are issued uniforms at no cost to them, are organized into a Battalion structure, earn rank and awards based on participation and demonstrated leadership ability, plus enjoy up-to-date classes designed to help prepare them to be productive adults.

     

    A full range of competitive teams are sponsored by the JROTC instructors as well as adventure trips to various locations. Cadets can also earn the right to participate in a Summer Camp program held at Fort Jackson. The JROTC instructors are retired from the Army and are certified by both the US Arm and the State of North Carolina. The motto of JROTC is "READY TO STEP UP TO THE CHALLENGE." The Raider Battalion cheer is " MOTIVATED, DEDICATED, READY TO BE EDUCATED, SIR."

     

     

    JROTC


    The mission of the JROTC Program is to "Motivate young people to be better American citizens." Jointly sponsored by the US Army Cadet Command and Iredell Statesville Schools, the program at North Iredell High School started in 1983. The unique feature of JROTC is that the education/training/motivating of young people is accomplished us the Army approach. Cadets are issued uniforms at no cost to them, are organized into a Battalion structure, earn rank and awards based on participation and demonstrated leadership ability, plus enjoy up-to-date classes designed to help prepare them to be productive adults.