Distinguished Unit with Honors
James River High School NJROTC
Welcome to the James River High School Navy Junior ROTC program website. Scroll down to find various resources to help you learn about our unit, get in contact with us, RSVP for events, and more. In our 11 years of operation, we been have awarded seven prestigious awards, awarded only to those whose units stand out as primary examples of the Navy Core Values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment.
If you would like to check out our unit events or RSVP for one of our upcoming events, click the button directly above this text.
If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to our unit click the link above to do so.
If you need to contact us in anyway direct your attention to the button above and click it to do so.
Click above to view photos taken of our unit to get a better sense of are the many aspects of the James River High School Company
If you need to check our unit calendar you can click the button right above this text to see events that are are taking place in the future and practice schedules for our various teams.
Check the link above if you would like to view those who have graduated from our program and gone on to serve in the military.
Fundraising, Recruiting, and Sponsors
Without the help of our many sponsors, fundraisers, and recruiting trips, our unit would be struggling to be alive. So please donate to help us function as a whole and give an adequate experience to every cadet. In addition, to the fundraising and our sponsor like the Rotary Club, and Dominion Shooting range, recruiting plays a major role to our Company. That is why it is so vital that we get new cadets to sign up. Nonetheless, if you are interested in our unit check out the cadet resources portion above to view the required forms, and or to get a waiver if interested in our fine Navy program.
If you would like to learn more about the history of our unit, click the button directly below to find more information
Interested in our Program?
Are you Interested in joining? Check out our many teams and aspects that make up N.J.R.O.T.C.
About our Instructors…
Our Instructors devote many hours to the program and the cadets within it. Consisting of Commander Peter Greenwald and Master Chief Petty Officer Steven Prince. Our unit is grateful to house these two outstanding individuals, filled with guidance and devotion to our program.
If you would like to learn more about our instructors, then click the link directly below.
Everything necessary for a cadet to succeed. “Learn to follow, learn to lead, lead to succeed.” Check the link below to view required forms, inspection knowledge, and much more…
Meet our 2019-2020 Leadership Team
Our Leadership team for the 2019-2020 school year have been chosen against many other applicants to lead our unit through the 2019-2020 school year. Commanded by the “Quad Squad,” the Leadership Team works countless hours ensuring that our unit is up and running 24/7. Click below to meet the members of our Leadership Team.Meet our Staff Members
Honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice…
On the left, Lance Corporal Karl Linn and on the right, Lance Corporal Jourdan Grez are two fellow James River Alumni who answered the call to serve. To preserve freedom abroad, these soldiers would be deployed to Iraq amid the Iraqi war. Both Karl Linn and Jourdan Grez, who assisted in Operation Iraqi Freedom, gave their lives in favor of freedom and democracy abroad. Click below to view their stories.
For the first time in its eleven year history, James River High School NJROTC will send a cadet to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Cadet Lieutenant Commander Ben Doniger will attend the Naval Academy as the class of 2024. Cadet Ben Doniger is the 2019-2020 Commanding Officer for the James River High School company and is known for the exceptionally high standard he keeps in not only his professional life in NJROTC, but also the high standard he keeps for himself outside of NJROTC. Cadet Lieutenant Commander Ben Doniger will attend a rigorous and challenging seven week program known as “Plebe Summer” which will formally introduce him to the many aspects and challenges of the academy. After the completion of this seven week course filled with physically and mentally demanding tasks, Cadet Doniger will officially be named a “Plebe” or Freshman in the United States Naval Academy.