Hilton Head Island High School
Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps
2017​​
Welcome to Hilton Head Island High School Navy Junior ROTC
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Command Staff Members
62
Recruits
4300
Community Service Hours
Honor
Courage
Commitment
"I will bear true faith and allegiance..." 

I AM ACCOUNTABLE FOR MY PERSONAL BEHAVIOR. I WILL BE MINDFUL OF THE PRIVLEGE I HAVE TO SERVE MY FELLOW NJROTC CADETS AND CLASSMATES.

Cadets show honor in the classroom through their loyalty to their platoons.
"I will support and defend..."

COURAGE IS THE VALUE THAT GIVES ME THE MORAL AND MENTAL STRENGTH TO DO WHAT IS RIGHT, WITH CONFIDENCE AND RESOLUTION.

Cadets show courage in the program through their extracurricular activities.
"I will obey the orders..."

THE DAY-TO-DAY DUTY OF EVERY MAN AND WOMAN IN THE NJROTC PROGRAM IS TO JOI TOGETHER AS A TEAM TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF OUR UNIT.

Cadets show commitment to the community through their service work.
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This Day in Naval History: May 15th
Quote of the Week

"To those of you who recieved honors, awards and distinctions, I say well done. And to the C students, I say you too may one day be president of the United States."

- George W. Bush, 43rd President of the United States
1800 - The frigate USS Essex, commanded by Capt. Edward Preble, arrives in Bativa, Java, to escort United States merchant ships. During her journey, she was the first U.S. Navy warship to cross the Equator and the first U.S. man-of-war to double the Cape of Good Hope.

    
1930 - The submarine USS Narwhal (SS 167) is comissioned. During WW II, Narwhal participates in 15 war patrols, serving in the Pacific Theatre, earning 15 battle stars. 
1944 - PBY-5 Catalina amphibious aircraft from (VP 63) and British escort vessels HMS Kilmarnok and HMS Blackfly sink German submarine U 731 off Tangiers. Tangiers ia a major city in northwest Morocco at the western entrance to the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar.  ​
Latest News
  1. 30 May
    Senior Graduation
    Hilton Head Island High School Seniors will be graduating this upcoming Tuesday. Cadets are needed, in uniform, to assist in handing out programs at the front entrance of the stadium. Please come and support as we see our NS4's walk across the stage and wish them luck as they head off to their next step.
  2. 13 June
    Piggly Wiggly Bagging Fundraiser
    On Saturday 3 June, cadets will be needed to assist in bagging at Piggly Wiggly in Shelter Cove. You must be in your Naval Science Uniform. The sign up sheet is posted next to the office. The shifts are 13:00-16:00, 15:30-16:30, and 18:00-21:00.
  3. 31 July
    Drill Camp
    AWESOME SUMMER CAMP OPPORTUNITY! We will host a two-week long drill camp from Monday July 31st to Friday August 11th. The camp will run each weekday from 9:30am to 2:30pm in the ROTC spaces. The camp will be run by Sergeant Major John Wyatt, our new Naval Science Instructor. ALL CADETS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND! Cost of the camp is $10 payable to the bookkeeper. Lunch, snacks, and drinks will be provided.