Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps

Scholarships

In addition to the character and leadership building, one of the other great benefits of joining JROTC is the potential to earn a scholarship.

There are a few factors considered when applying for scholarships including:

  • Military potential
  • Personal qualities
  • Volunteer hours
  • School activities
  • Academic discipline
  • Athletic involvement

The application consideration breakdown is:

  • Interview 10%
  • Faculty evaluations 10%
  • Participation in high school activities 20%
  • SAT/ACT score 25%
  • Selection Board 35%

Here are a few examples of some JROTC scholarships:

  • 4 year National Scholarship – pays tuition and fees for 4 years
  • 3 year Advanced Designee Scholarships
  • 4 year dedicated ARNG (Army National Guard) Scholarships
  • MJC (Military Junior College) – pays tuition and fees for 2 years

What is happening in EBr?

Lee Magnet High School’s JROTC Program Qualifies for Nationals

Oct. 22 2019

Lee Magent’s Junior R.O.T.C. program placed among the top 40 out of 4000 J.R.O.T.C. teams across the nation who co...

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Istrouma High School Cadets Conduct a joint Color Guard at Area Events

Oct. 22 2019

Istrouma Cadets conducted a joint Color Guard (JROTC & JCC) for both the VFW conference and Lead the Istrouma Ho...

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