Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps

Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC) is a personal development program for 8th-12th grade students which helps young cadets earn course credit and become better versions of themselves by instilling the values of:

  • Citizenship
  • Service to the United States
  • Personal responsibility
  • Sense of accomplishment
  • Among the most recognized programs at Faith Family Academy, NJROTC cadets are more confident individuals who understand and demonstrate the importance of service, respect, teamwork, and leadership.

    Readiness for Life Beyond High School

    NJROTC also promotes personal and academic readiness as cadets prepare for college or military service beyond high school.

    At Faith Family Academy, NJROTC cadets develop personal responsibility and consistently achieve higher attendance, GPAs and graduation rates – while also serving Faith Family Academy and the Dallas community.

    Students learn from a variety of academic activities like free ACT/SAT prep, athletic endeavors, drill and orienteering competitions, field meets, flights, visits to naval sites, marksmanship sports training and physical fitness training.

    The values, principles, and self-discipline taught in NJROTC at Faith Family Academy mirror those of the national program: to instill citizenship, service to the US, personal responsibility, and sense of accomplishment into every cadet.

    Faith Family Academy NJROTC is the First of Its Kind

    Faith Family Academy earned the Distinguished Unity Award with Honors in its first year as an NJROTC unit. The Distinguished Unit Award with Honors for 2020-2021 opens new doors for life after high school for NJROTC graduates who can earn nomination to attend the U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Military Academy, or U.S. Air Force Academy.