District Programs

  • JPS Director of Army Instruction staff host several consolidated events that support the motto of JROTC.  The seven high school programs that make up the JPS Brigade participate in college trips, challenges (athletics, drill team and academic), recognition programs, community service projects and summer adventures.

    • College Opportunities - Explorations of higher educational opportunities ranging from visits to mini seminars to recruitment lectures.
    • Challenges - Drill Team, Academic, Atheltic to name a few against schools inside the district, the local regions, the state, nationally and internationally. 
    • Recognition Programs - Cadet of the Year competition & banquet, scholastic excellence, community and cadre awards night, pass and review
    • Community Service - Designed to teach young citizens to give back, appreciate the abundance they have and contribute to the future
    • Summer Adventures - Adventure and academic opportunities that last from six days to six weeks in varies locations around the state or this country.  All adventures are open to upcoming 10th through 12th graders.
      • JROTC Cadet Leadership Challenge (JCLC) – Six-day Adventure leadership camp held in Camp Shelby, Mississippi.  
      • Police Explorers Camp (JPEC) – Six-day resident experience at the Jackson Police Academy facility, a partnership between Jackson Public school JROTC, Jackson Police Academy, Hinds County Sheriff Department,
      • Federal Bureau of Investigation, LeMont Scott Group and Federal Court Watch program in the Jackson  Mississippi area. This is a gender specific camp.
      • Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) at Mississippi State University – Five-day resident experience in Starkville, MS. This is a co-educational summer experience concentrating on the Engineering career field.
      • Institute of Health Careers (IHC) at William Carey University – Five-day resident experience in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The experience goal is to introduce Mississippians to Health Care career paths.  
      • Boys & Girls State – Five-day resident camp hosted by the American Legion and its auxiliary designed to educate high school students in the 11th grade on the basic operations of the government at the state level.
      • National Flight Academy (NFA) at Pensacola Naval Air Station - Six-day resident camp of advanced technology, flight simulators, and virtual reality games that ignite imagination and encourage learning.
  • Contact Information

    JCLC - MAJ (R ) Daniel McGee

    STEM @ MSU - COL ( R) Regal Perry

    IHC @ WC - COL (R ) Fred Brown

    JXN Police Explorers - MAJ (R ) Robert Morton

    Boys & Girl State - SAI of each school

    NFA @ Naval Air Station - SAI of each school 

    District Director of Army Instruction - COL (R ) Paul Willis


Last Modified on April 21, 2018