Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Manual Arts High School JROTC

Upcoming Events
BN History
Instructors
Battalion Staff
Special Teams
Cadet Reference

Welcome to the Mighty Toiler Battalion # 1 in LAUSD An Honor Unit With Distinction

Toiler Battalion
"it can be done!!!" 
 
 
 

dsc03364.jpg

 
Manual Arts High School
4131 South Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90037
(323)231-0327

All-City Drill Competition Results

C/LTC Lizeth Avila- Company: 2nd Place

C/MAJ Andy Alvarado- Platoon: 1st Place

C/MSG Jazmine Perez- Squad: 1st Place

C/SFC Ronall Sunhip- Armed DT: 2nd Place

C/LTC Lizeth Avila- Un-Armed DT: 3rd Place 

 

 

 

 

All-City Staff Competition

C/COL Yesenia Carrillo: 1st Place All-City Colonel

C/MAJ Rocio Marrero: 4th Place All-City S-3

C/CPT Jesse Valle: 5th Place All-City S-4

C/SFC John Mendoza: 14th Place

C/SFC Dixia Aguilar: 19th Place

The mission of JROTC is to motivate young people to be better citizens. At Manual Arts emphasis is placed on building character, promoting good citizenship, and developing leadership skills among the youth.
JROTC cadets participate in many extracurricular activities which provide service and support to the school and community. They perform in military drill competitions, and carry the National Colors in parades. In recent years they have experienced annual encampments at Camp San Luis Obispo, a National Guard installation.

leadership.gif

The JROTC Program was established in LAUSD on March 1, 1919. Units were originally established at Franklin, Gardena, Hollywood, Jefferson, Lincoln, Los Angeles, Manual Arts, and Polytechnic High Schools.

Honor Code
"A cadet does not lie, cheat, steal, nor tolerate those who do" 

jrotc_plain_patch.jpg

  

4131 S. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90037
 
(323) 231-0327

Webmaster: Executive Officer, C/MAJ Rocio Marrero

E-mail the webmaster.

Visit Manual Arts High School's Webpage