• 09151 AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC I (5 Credits)
    Prerequisite: N/A
    Grade 9 Full Year Course

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) I courses include both aerospace studies and leadership/life skills education. In these courses, leadership/life skills lessons cover the heritage and development of the Air Force, including its structure, operations, customs, and courtesies. Aerospace topics include the development, history, and impact of flight, aircraft and spacecraft, and the environment in which these crafts operate.

    09152 AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC II (5 Credits)
    Prerequisite: AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC I
    Grade 10 Full Year Course

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) II courses include both aerospace studies and leadership/life skills education. In these courses, leadership/life skills lessons cover intercommunication skills, drill, and military ceremonies. Aerospace topics emphasize the science of flight, including factors of aerospace power, aircraft flight, and navigation.

    09153 AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC III (5 Credits)
    Prerequisite: AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC II
    Grade 11 Full Year Course

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) III courses include both aerospace studies and leadership/life skills education. These courses continue to develop students' life and leadership skills and the ways in which they apply to military life. Aerospace topics emphasize space technology and exploration; examine national defense systems; and advance students' knowledge of aviation, propulsion, and navigation.

    09154 AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC IV (5 Credits)
    Prerequisite: AIR FORCE JUNIOR ROTC III
    Grade 12 Full Year Course

    Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) IV courses include both aerospace studies and leadership/life skills education. The life skills education portion of these courses concentrates on leadership and management principles and career opportunities, and aerospace topics include advanced aerodynamics and aeronautics. Course content may also cover elements of national power and relationships between the nations of the world.