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Air Force Junior ROTC

In each course, students must participate in at least one uniform day per week. When in uniform, students will comply with personal appearance and grooming standards. During each year of the Air Force Junior ROTC program, students are afforded the opportunity to participate in numerous co-curricular, extracurricular, and curriculum-in-action activities. Some of these activities include: local community service events, patriotic ceremonies, competitive drill teams, drill meets, parades, summer leadership school and local/regional field trips.

Aerospace Science I

7913 (1 Credit)
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12

This course acquaints the student with the historical development of flight and the role of the military in history. Students learn basic drill, proper uniform wear, and customs and courtesies. Leadership and time management skills will be introduced. The cadets will also be involved in a wellness program which incorporates physical activities that promote a healthy, active lifestyle.

Aerospace Science II

7916 (1 Credit)
Grades 10, 11, 12

This course acquaints the student with the aerospace environment, the human requirement of flight, and the principles of aircraft flight and air navigation. Communication skills are stressed. Students also hold entry-level leadership positions. Physical activities that promote a healthy, active lifestyle continue to be an integral part of the program. ASVAB is offered as an approved Industry certification.

Aerospace Science III

7918 (1 Credit)
Grades 11, 12

This course examines our Earth, the Moon and the planets, the latest advances in space technology, and the continuing challenges of space and manned space flight. Students receive assistance in deciding which path to take after high school. Focus on college admission, vocational schools, job search skills, financial planning, life skills, citizen responsibilities, and federal employment. Students hold mid-level corps leadership positions. Physical activities that promote a healthy, active lifestyle will continue to be an integral part of the program. ASVAB is offered as an approved Industry certification.

Aerospace Science IV

7919 (1 Credit)
Grade 12

Assist the ASI/SASI in the instruction of Aerospace Science I students and management of the cadet corps. Students hold highest corps leadership positions. Physical activities that promote a healthy, active lifestyle will continue to be an integral part of the program. ASVAB is offered as an approved Industry certification.