ID102STDGE 0.5 Credit - Grade 11
The Capstone Program is a two-course program designed for 11th-grade students to apply a concentrated thematic, interdisciplinary approach to education in public safety and the military. The Capstone Program will consist of a long-term investigative project that culminates in a final product, presentation, or performance. Students will research a problem that has been determined over time that may exist in a product or system and then create a proposal on that thematic topic. Students will apply all skills acquired in their high school career to present a feasible solution/action plan for a real-world problem.
ID103STDGE 0.5 Credit - Grade 12
The Capstone Program is a two-course program designed for 12th-grade students to apply a concentrated thematic, interdisciplinary approach to education in public safety and the military. The Capstone Program will consist of a long-term investigative project that culminates in a final product, presentation, or performance. Successful completion will be determined by their project outcome, a constructed project depicting the conceptual solution, and a presentation to a selected audience.
NAVAL SCIENCE CLASSES
Performance requirements of these courses are in accordance with the current Chief of Naval Education Training Instruction, NAVEDTRA 37128, and the curriculum for NJROTC. Successful completion of 2 years will qualify the student for promotion to E-2 in the Army/Navy while 3 years of credit will qualify the student for advanced placement in a college ROTC program promotion to the paygrade of E-3 in the Army/Navy/Air Force/Coast Guard or the paygrade of E-2 in the Marine Corps.
Naval Science I Cadet Field Manual
ML121YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 9
The purpose of this course is to combine all information on military drill and ceremonies, uniform regulations, physical fitness, orienteering, principles of health, first aid, survival, leadership, and communications.
Naval Science I Introduction to NJROTC
ML122YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 9
The purpose of this course is to help students understand the missions, goals, and opportunities available as members of the NJROTC program. This course will also introduce students to the basic principles of leadership as well as many opportunities for practical experience in the NJROTC program preparing them for leadership roles in school and upon graduation. Students will gain an understanding of our nation, our values, traditions, heritage, respect for our laws, as well as becoming involved, responsible citizens.
Naval Science II Maritime History
ML123YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 10
The purpose of this course is to build on the general introduction provided in Naval Science I, to further develop the traits of citizenship and leadership in students, introduce cadets to the maritime history of the world and the United States from the American Revolution through the present time to include Bosnia, the demise of the Soviet Union, and the September 11, 2001 terrorists’ attack upon the United States.
Naval Science II Nautical Science
ML124YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 10
The purpose of this course is to introduce the various nautical sciences through classroom work and some laboratory time. The development of core skills that students should master is integrated throughout the course and includes geography, oceanography, astronomy, physical science, meteorology, and weather.
Naval Science III Naval Knowledge
ML125YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 11
The purpose of this course is to further the foundation in citizenship and leadership established in Naval Science One and Two and to expound upon the virtues of the United States citizenship with knowledge of uses of the world’s waterways through the viewpoint of National power and International law.
Naval Science III Naval Orientation and Skills
ML126YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 11
The purpose of this course is to further the foundation in citizenship and leadership established in Naval Science One and Two and to provide classroom and practical application in Naval and Ship Organization.
Naval Science IV Naval Leadership and Ethics
ML127YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 12
The purpose of this course is to take a more in-depth look at what leadership is and to learn how to maximize leadership abilities. More importantly, this course will assist the student in adding the polish necessary to be a truly effective leader in the NJROTC unit, school, community, and in life.
Naval Science IV Effective Communications
ML128YTDGE-0.5 Credit-Grade 12
The purpose of this course is to teach the students the techniques of effective communication, which is one of the most important skills that a good leader must develop in order to be successful.