AZ1 Ross S. JohnsonNaval Science InstructorName: Ross S. Johnson
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Phone number: 912-728-7527Welcome to the Mustangs NJROTCWe're Always looking for motivated studentsPlease go to Unit Website at the bottom of the page
The NJROTC program is conducted at accredited secondary schools throughout the nation, by instructors who are retired Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard officers and enlisted personnel. The NJROTC curriculum emphasizes citizenship and leadership development, as well as our maritime heritage, the significance of sea power, and naval topics such as the fundamentals of naval operations, seamanship, navigation and meteorology. Classroom instruction is augmented throughout the year by community service activities, drill competition, field meets, flights, visits to naval installations, marksmanship training, and other military training. Uniforms, textbooks, and training aids are provided by the Navy.
1. The Navy JROTC has initiated a $250k program designed to increase cadets' opportunities for higher education...Subject program is an internet based Online SAT and ACT preparation course at no cost to participating cadets (targeted audience - 10th-12th graders)...The course will better prepare students to take the SAT or ACT and attain a competitive score...Cadets will learn test-taking strategies in order to improve scores on the SAT/ACT and on other standardized tests, including those mandated by the "No Child Left Behind" Act.
2. This course is being offered free of charge and without obligation to motivated cadets AND students seeking a college Navy ROTC scholarship who demonstrate a resolve to complete the course of instruction and improve their standardized test results...Results from previous years demonstrate that parental involvement and instructor monitoring of progress were prime factors in successful completion.
3. Internet access is required to participate...Cadets/students will access the course as follows: http://jrotccollegeprep.com/. Cadets/students can register for the SAT or ACT prep course, but not both.Quick Links:
Last Modified on July 30, 2018