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High School Students

START THINKING ABOUT YOUR FUTURE

Round out your college experience by participating in other campus activities as well. You can have the best of two worlds, civilian and military, and get a college experience unlike any other.

If you're interested in attending college while learning what it takes to become an Army Officer, ROTC may be right for you. In addition to teaching you valuable leadership skills, military training, and discipline, ROTC can also provide you with money for tuition and other expenses through scholarships.

 

Some accomplishments that can set you apart.

SCHOLAR

-Valedictorian/Salutatorian

-Membership in National Honor Society

-Honors or Advanced Placement Program Courses which you have completed

-GPA exceeding 3.0 AND SAT/ACT over 1100/24

-Top 10% of your class

ATHLETE

-Varsity Letter from High School team

-Membership in regional, city, or competitive leagues

-Active involvement in organized competitive team sports such as clubs or church leagues, etc.

-Active involvement in individual athletic competitions such as triathlons, mountain biking, running, etc.

LEADER

-Elected member of student government, class, or activity

-Captain of athletic or academic team

-Eagle Scout/Gold Star/CAP Billy Mitchell Award

-Served in position of responsibility in school/club or private organization and leader in volunteer service organization activities

 

PLEASE NOTE : SCHOLARSHIP APPLICANTS

Applications for the U.S. Army ROTC National College Scholarship Program for school year 2014-2015 will be accepted beginning February 10, 2013.

ENROLLMENT OPTIONS
If you're in high school and you're interested in enrolling in Army ROTC, you can find schools that carry an Army ROTC program or talk to your academic adviser.

 

Last Updated: 9/4/13