Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps

Michael R.M. Bennett
Colonel, USA (RET)
Phone: 443-809-8923

The Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) is a part of the Offices of Career & Technical Education (CTE) and is responsible for providing a course in leadership education designed to improve the learner’s interpersonal skills by developing character, self-discipline, and responsible citizenship which will lead to better career opportunities and lifelong learning.

The Baltimore County JROTC Program is comprised of four different and distinct military services that makes up a total of eleven JROTC Programs:

Air Force JROTC: Kenwood High School
Army JROTC: Lansdowne High School 
Patapsco High School
Marine Corps JROTC: Chesapeake High School 
Franklin High School
Milford Mill Academy 
Overlea High School
Parkville High School
Navy JROTC: Dundalk High School
Randallstown High School
Woodlawn High School

Additionally, the Baltimore County JROTC program:

  • Instills a sense of value in citizenship
  • Provides service to the United States
  • Develops personal responsibility
  • Develops a sense of accomplishment
  • Does not seek any particular commitment to the military
  • Strengthen character
  • Teaches discipline
  • Promotes understanding of national security
  • Develops respect for authority
  • Provides benefits:
    • College Scholarships
    • Promotion potential in the military
    • Advance placement in Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC)

Core Values:

  • Honor
  • Courage
  • Commitment

Leadership Characteristics:

  • Knowledge
  • Loyalty
  • Dedication
  • Enthusiasm 
  • Pride
  • Justice
  • Dependability
  • Honesty
  • Trust
  • Initiative

Jefferson Building, 3rd Floor
105 W. Chesapeake Avenue
Towson, MD 21204