As a participant in JROTC, whom we refer to as cadets, students wear a military uniform that is provided to them one day a week (usually Wednesday). On every other day of the week they wear school uniforms of khakis and polo with optional sweatshirt all of which is provided to them at no charge. When in the gym doing physical training cadets where school issued shorts and t-shirt. Cadets have one period of classroom instruction, taught by one of the JROTC instructors. In the freshman and sophomore year, participation in JROTC serves to fulfill the Physical Education requirement. The curriculum taught during the Freshmen and Sophomore year covers a range of topics including civics education, financial literacy, communication and conflict resolution skills, leadership skills, service learning projects, and college and career planning. Outside of the classroom, cadets have access to a range of opportunities from orienteering, to drill meets, to sports competitions, debate and speech team, robotics,– you name it! Parents/guardians support the program by ensuring their students are prepared with the proper uniform on the appropriate day.