6 Year Study

6-Year Study

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Bishop Kenny

Leadership

NJROTC ACADEMIC TEAM
The NJROTC Academic Team represents BK in regional and national competition. Academic competitions are conducted via written tests both on campus and during field meets and brain brawl tournaments held at various NJROTC units and universities throughout Area Twelve (North Florida and Georgia).  Additionally, Postal Matches (via US Mail) are conducted on a nationwide basis.  The competition covers a broad area of general knowledge related to the Naval Science curriculum, as well as SAT/ACT material.
Meetings:  Daily before school
Qualifications:  Open to academically qualified NJROTC cadets from grades 9-12.  Teams are made up of five members each.  Cadets are expected to make a commitment of time and effort for the practice sessions and self-paced study throughout the year.
Enrollment Deadline:  Open
Leadership Opportunities:  Commander and Assistant Commander
 
NJROTC AIR RIFLE TEAM
The NJROTC Air Rifle Team represents BK in competition nationally as well as throughout NJROTC area twelve (North Florida and Georgia).  The competitions cover a broad area of general marksmanship skills.  The Air Rifle Team stresses mental discipline, concentration, the ability to relax under pressure, and stamina.
Meetings:  Weekly October through March off campus at a local shooting range. 
Qualifications:  Academically qualified NJROTC cadets from grades 9-12.  Teams are made up of four members each.
Enrollment Deadline:  Open
Leadership Opportunities:  Commander and Assistant Commander

NJROTC ATHLETIC TEAM
The NJROTC Athletic Team consists of cadets who want to be part of a group exercise program.  They exercise together to help each other stay physically fit.  Cadets travel on field trips with other NJROTC teams in order to compete against other high schools for individual and team awards.  Competitions are conducted at high schools and colleges that have ROTC programs throughout the Southeast United States.
Meetings:  Twice a week
Qualifications:  Academically qualified (2.0 GPA) NJROTC cadets in grades 9-12. 
Enrollment Deadline:  Open
Leadership Opportunities:  Athletic Team Commander--Responsible for conducting practice and preparing for competitions.  Athletic Team MPO--Assists the Commander and is in charge during his/her absence.

NJROTC COLOR GUARD
The NJROTC Color Guard members represent BK both on and off campus.  They travel on field trips to compete against other high school color guards for awards.  The NJROTC Color Guard represents our high school at various military and civic activities in the Jacksonville area.  They also perform at BKHS athletic events.
Meetings:  Weekly
Qualifications:  Academically qualified (2.0 GPA) NJROTC cadets from grades 9-12.  Teams are made up of four members each.
Enrollment Deadline:  Open
Leadership Opportunities:  Color Guard Commander--Responsible for teaching and conducting practices for the Color Guard.  Assistant Color Guard Commander--assists the Color Guard Commander

NJROTC DRILL TEAMS (Armed and Unarmed)
The NJROTC Drill Teams represent BK both on and off campus.  They travel on field trips to compete against other high school drill teams for awards.  Competitions are held at various high schools and colleges that have ROTC programs throughout the Southeastern United States.  Competitions require students to demonstrate knowledge of and properly execute both basic and exhibition drill routines. The Armed Team practices and competes with drill rifles.  The Unarmed Team does not use drill rifles. 
Meetings:  Twice a week
Qualifications:  Academically qualified (2.0 GPA) NJROTC cadets from grades 9-12.  Teams are made up of approximately fourteen members.
Enrollment Deadline:  Open
Leadership Opportunities:  Drill Team Commander--Responsible for teaching and conducting practices for the drill team.  Assistant Drill Team Commander--Assistant to the Commander; in charge in his/her absence.

NJROTC ORIENTEERING TEAM
Orienteering is a competitive sport that combines racing with navigation. It is a timed race in which individual participants use a specially created, highly detailed map to select routes and navigate through diverse and often unfamiliar terrain and visit control points in sequence. The NJROTC Orienteering Team represents BK in regional competitions throughout sequence.  The NJROTC Orienteering Team represents BK in regional competitions throughout Florida and Georgia.
Meetings:  Once a week
Qualification:  Academically qualified (2.0 GPA) NJROTC Cadets in grades 9-12.
Enrollment Deadline:  Open
Leadership Opportunities:  Orienteering Team Commander and Assistant Commander-Responsible for conducting training and practice for competitions.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION/STUDENT COUNCIL
The Student Government Association is comprised of seven officers elected by the entire student body. SGA organizes and runs the meetings of the Student Council. Student Council is an organization of elected officers from each class who provide leadership in student affairs. SGA and the Council act as the liaison with school administration on matters of policy, school spirit and community service. Homecoming activities, the Miss BK Pageant, Springfest, and the Catholic Charities Gift Drive are just some of the projects coordinated by these organizations. The Student Council strives to promote harmonious relations throughout the school and provides a forum for student expression through the assistance of student representatives. Two of the SGA officers also serve on the School Improvement Team.
Meetings:  SGA meets at least twice monthly. The Council meets at least once per month; more often when planning events.
Qualifications:  Minimum GPA of 2.5, satisfactory recommendations, good standing with the Dean's Office, an interview, and election by the student body; SGA officers must be in their junior or senior year.
Enrollment Deadline:  Elections for SGA offices and for officers of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes are held in the spring of the previous year.  Current freshman class elections take place in the fall.
Leadership Opportunities:  Each grade elects a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and two Senators.  The SGA is made up of a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, two Senior Senators and two Junior Senators. Formal leadership training is provided.