Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps


Welcome to NJROTC

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!!!Welcome Back Cadets!!!

We have a lot to get to during the 2st semester, so let's hit the ground running!  Here are a few of the upcoming events:

Mar - AMI (15th), SAT's (21st) Maine Maritime Academy (23-25th), Court of Honor (31st)
Apr - Military Ball (6th), ASVAB (17th)
May - NHNG Career Day (4th), USS Manchester (25th), 
Jun - Land Navigation (2nd)

Let's start planning your schedules so we have max participation!!

NJROTC T-Shirts Going on Sale!!

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Dover NJROTC Makes National News!!

The Dover High NJROTC Cadets that attended Basic Leadership Training (BLT) were featured in an article that was posted to the Navy News Wire broadcasted to all Navy commands around the world.  
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Parents and Guardians
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Welcome to Dover High School and the Career Technical Center Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps otherwise known as NJROTC.  My hope is that you come away from this program with an understanding of the following mission.


Helping Today's Youth Meet Life's Challenges: The Dover High School NJROTC program mission is to instill in students the values of citizenship, leadership, service to others, personal responsibility and a sense of accomplishment. The goal of the program is to develop a student mentally, morally, and physically so they are prepared to successfully navigate their future paths in life. Everything we do is based in the fundamental core of:

1.  Citizenship comes first
2.  Leadership comes second
3.  Academic excellence all the time

NJROTC is designed to create favorable attitudes, impressions, and skill sets for students as they set a path for success in post-secondary education, entering the technical workforce, or service in the military. A solid foundation that develops core competencies in leadership, management, policy analysis, human resources management, and information technology is provided to each student.

The program is taught by instructors who are retired Senior Naval Officers that are certified in developing the leadership continuum. The curriculum is developed and revised constantly to keep pace with the changing climate. Building on a progression from followership to leadership the four development stages are:

1.Introduction to Life Skills and Leadership
2.Developing core values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment.
3.Foundations of Management Skills
4.Applications of Leadership and Ethics 

To the left you will notice a list of links that will provide you with all the documents you will need throughout the course.