CHS MCJROTC Unit Receives Naval Honor

Churchland High School's MCJROTC Unit Receives Naval Honor School Designation
Posted on 11/30/2020
Churchland High School's MCJROTC Unit Receives Naval Honor School Designation

For the second year, Churchland High School’s Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (MCJROTC) unit has been awarded the Naval Honor School designation. The Marine Corps Training and Education Command, headquartered in Quantico, recently notified the school of its selection.

Churchland’s MCJROTC unit was cited for its “exemplary performance” for the previous 12 months. The Naval Honor School designation is based on several criteria including cadet citizenship, the percentage of cadets involved in student government organizations, the number of cadets active in school activities and clubs, the number of community service hours for the unit as a whole and per cadet, the number of organizations assisted by the unit, and scholastic achievements including the number of academic awards and scholarships given to cadets. The units were also measured by participation in public affairs events, drill team competitions, rifle team competitions, physical fitness team competitions, and field trips.

“This is a wonderful distinction and we are immensely proud of our MCJROTC cadets as well as our instructors, Lt. Col. Paul Pratt and Gunner Randolph Mann. Churchland’s unit is a credit to our school and our community. They represent student leadership at its finest,” said Shawn Millaci, principal of Churchland High School.

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