The Snohomish Marine Corps JROTC has been a part of the Snohomish community for over 50 years. The program is open to students that attend Snohomish, Glacier Peak, and Monroe High Schools.
The primary purpose of the MCJROTC Program is Leadership Education. It prepares high school students for responsible leadership roles while making them aware of their rights, responsibilities, and privileges as American citizens. In order to be a good leader, one must first learn to be a good follower. As a cadet gains experience and knowledge, he or she will be given active, hands-on leadership responsibilities within the JROTC Program.
There is no obligation to military service by participating in JROTC. It is a high school class focused on leadership and character development. The instructors are both retired Marines, now certificated teachers in Snohomish School District.
- Increase time management skills
- Improve self esteem and confidence
- Develop leadership skills
- Become more adventurous
- Be apart of something bigger than yourself
- Earn Physical Education, Occupational, or elective credits (all graduation requirements)
- Over $6,000 in local scholarship for JROTC
- More competitive for college ROTC scholarships
- Service Academy (West Point, Naval or Air Force Academy) nominations
Contact info -
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone - (360) 563-4101
Who—All Snohomish and Monroe 7th and 8th graders
(Homeschool students included)
What—One day Future Leaders Camp
When—8AM—4PM, 12 June 2021
Where—Snohomish High School
The camp is an introduction to the Snohomish Marine Corps JROTC program where students will work through team problem solving exercises, participate in physical training games/ sports, and practice leadership, drill, and presentation of the national flag. The camp will be run by current high school JROTC cadets and supervised by the JROTC instructors.
All events are focused on building self esteem and leadership skills. The registration form in linked in the yellow box below.
For more information, call Captain Lennon at (360) 563-4101