Northern Garrett

High School
Slider image 1 of 30. FFA Wreath & Poinsettia Sale
Slider image 2 of 30. Cross Country State Meet
Girls 3rd Place
Boys 5th Place
Slider image 3 of 30. Food Drive
Slider image 4 of 30. National FFA Convention
Indianapolis, Indiana
October 2017
Slider image 5 of 30. JROTC Senior Night
Slider image 6 of 30. Husky Fans
Slider image 7 of 30. Samantha Wilt
2017 Maryland State FFA Champion Dairy Handler
Sponsored by North Garrett FFA Alumni
Slider image 8 of 30. Pictured:  Dr. Nathan Sorber, Board member; Taylor Dixon, Northern High student; and Ms. Penny Proudfoot, Director of Elementary Education.
Slider image 9 of 30. We Wear Orange for Sarah!
Slider image 10 of 30. Girls' Soccer Senior Night
Slider image 11 of 30. Boys Soccer Pictures 2017
Slider image 12 of 30. Volleyball Senior Night
Volleyball Senior Night
Slider image 13 of 30. JROTC
Slider image 14 of 30. Luke Canan, Sara Carr, Alexis House, Andrea House, Rileigh Lowdermilk, Samantha Wilt, and Sadie Powell: North Garrett FFA Members that competed at the Big E Convention in Massachusetts
Slider image 16 of 30. New School Store Apparel
Long-sleeved tee shirts
Slider image 17 of 30. Ag Barn Construction
Slider image 18 of 30. Marching Band 2017
Slider image 19 of 30. Autumn Glory King & Queen
Alanna Kinney - NHS Student
Slider image 20 of 30. Football Pictures 2017
Slider image 21 of 30. Cheer Team 2017
Slider image 22 of 30. Ag Class
Slider image 23 of 30. Student Arts Fair
Slider image 24 of 30. GaCo
Slider image 25 of 30. chain of thanks
Slider image 26 of 30. The Vault sign
Slider image 27 of 30. Northern Huskies Mascot
Slider image 28 of 30. Band, Football and Cheer
Slider image 29 of 30. NHS
Slider image 30 of 30. NHS

JROTC FAQ

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding JROTC and the answers.
 
Q1. You say you’re not recruiting, but don’t many JROTC graduates enter the military?
A. Many cadets find they enjoy discipline and structure: it brings out their best and allows them to excel. Some win appointments to one of the military academies. And those who enlist can enter military service at a higher rank and pay grade. But the JROTC program is not set up to recruit and does not request or expect a military commitment of any kind.
 
Q2. Can JROTC help students go to college?
A. We definitely can help. JROTC training improves the ability to study, to take tests, to set goals, and to focus.
 
Q3. Do cadets have to wear uniforms?
A. Yes, but usually only once a week, or when taking part in special ceremonies. The rest of the time, normal clothing is fine.
 
Q4. Are there any fees for uniforms, books, or special equipment?
A. The JROTC program supplies uniforms, books, and all equipment used in the course, free of charge.
 
Q5. Is JROTC as hard as it sounds?
A. The course is demanding, but most of the students who make an effort really enjoy the challenge and thrive on the hard work and discipline.
 
Q6. Who teaches JROTC?
A. Retired Army personnel with years of experience working with young people. Instructors are certified by the Army, but they are hired by and work for the school. Besides having state-of-the-art instruction techniques at their command, JROTC instructors serve as exceptional role models for maturing teenagers.
 
Q7. Are there any age requirements for JROTC?
A. There’s no firm age requirement but students must be in 9th grade to take JROTC.
 
Q8. What does LET mean?
A. Leadership Education Training
 
Q9. How many LET levels are there?
A. There are four major levels of JROTC available at Northern High School with each level subdivided into two sublevels for a total of eight classes.
 
Q10. How many credits per JROTC class?
A. 1 Credit per class
 
 Q11. Where can I get more information about JROTC? 
A. The guidance counselor at the school or the JROTC instructor will be happy to meet with you and answer questions.