Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps


In addition to the character and leadership building, one of the other great benefits of joining JROTC is the potential to earn a scholarship.

There are a few factors considered when applying for scholarships including:

  • Military potential
  • Personal qualities
  • Volunteer hours
  • School activities
  • Academic discipline
  • Athletic involvement

The application consideration breakdown is:

  • Interview 10%
  • Faculty evaluations 10%
  • Participation in high school activities 20%
  • SAT/ACT score 25%
  • Selection Board 35%

Here are a few examples of some JROTC scholarships:

  • 4 year National Scholarship – pays tuition and fees for 4 years
  • 3 year Advanced Designee Scholarships
  • 4 year dedicated ARNG (Army National Guard) Scholarships
  • MJC (Military Junior College) – pays tuition and fees for 2 years

What is happening in EBr?

Tara High School JROTC Drill Team Competes at the Army Nationals

Apr. 22 2019

RICHMOND, VA -- The Tara High School JROTC Drill Team worked their way to the 2019 Army Drill Team Championships in ...

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Jun. 2 2016

Army teamwork instinct took over when JROTC Senior Army Instructors from schools within East Baton Rouge school dist...

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