a.  ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS.  To be eligible for enrollment and continuance in a MCJROTC unit, the student must:


(1)  Be enrolled in, and attending, a regular course of instruction at the school where the unit is located.


(2)  Be a citizen of the United States or U.S. National or alien lawfully admitted to United States for permanent residence and in a grade above the 8th grade.


(3)  Be of good moral character as determined by the principal of the school and the SMI.


(4)  Be physically qualified to participate fully in the school's physical education program. Current annual school physical evaluations, as stated above, are mandatory for cadet participation in the program.


b.  DISENROLLMENT.  Cadets may be disenrolled from the MCJROTC Program for the following reasons:


  (1)  Academic Failure – You must pass MCJROTC in order to remain a part of it. However, disenrollment is not automatic. Each case is reviewed and handled separately.


(2)  Ineptitude – Students who consistently demonstrate an inability to develop leadership skills may be disenrolled.


(3)  Poor Attitude – Any cadet who consistently displays a poor attitude regarding the MCJROTC program may be disenrolled.




(1)  At the bell, all Cadets will fall out for platoon (period) formation.  The platoon leadership will conduct platoon formation and pass information accordingly for the day/week.


(2)  Upon completion of formation, the platoon leadership will dismiss the platoon back to the classroom for attendance and period of instruction (POI).


(3)  The class leader will call the class to attention. The class will come to attention and remain at the position of attention until attendance is conducted.  Class Leader will give the command “Ready, seats”. The class will

sit at the position of attention until given the command, “At ease”. Upon the command of “at ease”, the students may relax at their desks, however, no talking is allowed.


(4)  No food, drink or gum is allowed in the classroom area unless authorized by the SMI/MI.


(5)  Cadets must raise their hand to be recognized.


(6)  When recognized or asked a question, cadets will stand up while speaking.


(7)  Use "Sir" or “Ma’am” while addressing or answering the SMI or MI.


(8)  When asking for permission or assistance, say "Please" first.


(9)   Do not interrupt the SMI's or MI's conversation. Wait for acknowledgment and then say, "Excuse me, Sir/Ma’am".


(10)  When a request is granted, say "Thank you".


(11)  When the ending class bell rings, the instructor will call on the class leader to dismiss the class. Once all students are in their seats, the class commander will call the class to attention and give the command of “Dismissed”. At this time, cadets may depart the classroom for their next class.


(12)  Check the desk for personal items and trash prior to leaving class. The room will be clean before leaving. Each class commander will be responsible for care and cleaning of the classroom prior to dismissing the class.


(13)  Bring textbooks, notebooks, and pen or pencil to every class. Many times cadets will be required to take notes.


(14)  When entering the classroom, go directly to your seat. All socializing will take place during the passing period before and after class.


(15)  All head calls (bathroom breaks) will be made before or after class. No head calls will be authorized during class except in cases of emergency.


(16)  Uniforms will be worn as directed by the SMI.


(17)  Each cadet is responsible for reading Google Classroom daily in order to stay informed on what is going on. Not reading Google Classroom is no excuse for not knowing what is required of you during the next class period.


(18)  No cadets are allowed in instructors’ offices, armory, or supply Area without specific approval of the instructors.


(18)  The classroom telephones are business phones only.


(19)  Cadets are expected to conduct themselves with proper decorum at all times in school, and especially within the MCJROTC spaces.


   d.  ATTENDANCE.  Cadets are expected to attend all JROTC functions. This includes everything from daily classes to extracurricular activities and special events. Cadets should anticipate, as much as possible, when they will not be able to attend a JROTC requirement in order to let the instructors know in advance.