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La Porte Bulldog Battalion
Why Join the Army JROTC Program?
  • We develop leaders of all ages.
  • Cadets mentor and train other cadets.
  • Physical Education counts as a credit in JROTC.
  • Appreciate the ethical values and principles that underlie good citizenship.
  • Think logically and to communicate effectively with others, both orally and in writing.
  • Appreciate the importance of physical fitness in maintaining good health.
  • Visit colleges and other advanced educational institutions while still in high school.
  • Learn about military history as it relates to America's culture.
  • Understand the history, purpose, and structure of military services.
  • Develop the skills necessary to work effectively as a member of a team
  • Opportunities to attend West Point, Naval Academy or the Air Force Academy
JROTC classes are taught by the Leadership Education & Training (LET) year of a cadet.
**A new cadet will begin JROTC as  LET I despite their grade level.**
LET Level Course Requirement Instructor
LET I First year of JROTC MAJ Armstrong
LET II LET I Course Completion SFC Montanez
LET III LET II Course Completion SFC Montanez
LET IV LET III Course Completion MAJ Armstrong
Weekly JROTC Class Schedule for 2017-2018
MON-TUES Citizenship and Military Science Core Classes
WED Drill and Ceremony/Regulation Drill
THURS Uniform Inspection (Cadets Must Wear Uniforms)
FRI Physical Fitness (PT) ***shorts, gym shoes, t-shirt***
Weekly JROTC Team Training Schedule for 2017-2018
MON Raider Challenge & Orienteering
TUES Color Guard & Flag Detail
WED Marksmanship
THURS Orienteering


If you need any additional information, please contact MAJ (Ret) Crystal Armstrong ( or SFC Montanez (