• Welcome to MCJROTC


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    Established in 1991, Fontana High School Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (MCJROTC) was designated as a "Naval Honor School" for its 17th time for the 2022-2023 academic year by Headquarters Marine Corps.  The top 20% of all MCJROTC programs throughout the United States and overseas earn this distinction.  Annually, the top unit in each of the four regions earns the Marine Corps Reserve Association (MCRA) Honor Unit, the most prestigious unit award.  We earned this distinction in 1996, 1999, and 2022.  

    MissionOur mission is to develop honorable, courageous, character-driven young adults who possess the attributes of personal responsibility and accountability in order to become model citizens in service to the United States.  Simply put, to develop character and citizenship in the youth of America.

    Purpose:  The purpose of the Fontana High School MCJROTC Program is to instill in our students the value of citizenship, service to the United States, self-discipline, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment. 

    The purpose of the MCJROTC Program is NOT to recruit members for the U.S. Armed Forces and there is no service obligation to participate in the program.  Upon request, however, the Marine Instructors will assist individual cadets in seeking entrance into any branch of the armed services, a service academy, or college.  Cadets will also receive information on the full scholarship programs available through the Naval ROTC at major universities.

    Objectives:

    1. Develop informed and responsible citizens
    2. Develop better reading and critical thinking skills
    3. Give students an appreciation for the origin, advantages, and responsibility of citizenship
    4. Develop an understanding of leadership skills and the advantages of a strong moral character
    5. Promote an understanding of the need and application of national security
    6. Develop a sense of pride and personal discipline

     We look forward to working with this year's cadets.  We are confident that all cadets will enjoy a challenging and informative year in our program.  

     

    Semper Fidelis,


Marine Corps Reserve Association (MCRA) Honor Unit

MCJROTC 2023-2024

Naval Honor School

FOHI MCJROTC NAVAL HONOR SCHOOL


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Phone: (909) 357-5500 Ext. 11348

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Degrees and Certifications:

SgtMaj A.T. Leal, USMC, Ret.

Phone: (909) 357-5500 Ext. 11347

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Degrees and Certifications:

Lieutenant Colonel R.D. Meelarp, USMC, Ret.


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  • MCJROTC Alumni

    Class of 2020:

    Matthew Munoz – United States Marine Corps

    Angel Padron – United States Marine Corps

    Zulemy Palma-Zamora – United States Marine Corps

     

    Class of 2021:

    Mark Anthony Bates – United States Marine Corps

    Anthony Gene Moore – United States Marine Corps

    Moses Miguel Ramirez-Andrade – United States Marine Corps

    Carlos David Rivera Salazar – United States Marine Corps

    Therelin Segura – California Baptist University (ROTC/OCS–USMC)

     

    Class of 2022

    Crystal Angeles Rosas – California State University San Bernardino

    Jasmine Elizabeth Arguello – California State University Los Angeles Alexis Crystal Enriquez – California State University Fullerton

    Nikolas Andrew Frias – United States Navy

    Ambar Abril Gomez – University of California Riverside

    Samantha Gomez – California State University Los Angeles

    Jaime Christopher Lopez – New Mexico University (NROTC)

    Annalee Emmi-Alice Taylor – San Diego State University (NROTC)

    Cesar Gael Villanueva Martinez – United States Marine Corps

    Dylan Fujio Watanabe – Riverside Community College

     

    Class of 2023:

    Yaira Castro–Cruz – California State University San Bernardino

    Abigail Durrett – University of California Riverside (Army ROTC)

    Oswin Estrada – United States Marine Corps

    Itzel Jimenez Nunez – San Diego State University (NROTC Marine Option)

    Adam Martinez – California State University San Bernardino, USMC

    Amy Natalia Mendoza – Chaffey College

    Ashley Alexhandra Padilla Cabello – California State University Los Angeles

    Jesse Angel Alvarado Ventura Perez – California State University San Bernardino

    Carlos Quintanar–Collazo – University of California San Diego

    Fabian Quintanar – United States Marine Corps

    Owen Ramirez – Chaffey College

    Ashley Ramirez-Andrade – San Bernardino Valley College

    Damian Serrano – California State University San Bernardino

     

    Class of 2024:

    Ezekiel Almanza Prieto – United States Marine Corps

    Gilbert Barrera – Work

    German Calderon – United States Marine Corps

    Carlos Campos – Work

    Jacob Carrasco Gastelum – United States Marine Corps

    Oscar Cisneros – Electrician Apprenticeship School

    Juan Grajeda – United States Marine Corps

    Katherine Hernandez – California State University San Marcos (NROTC Marine Option)

    Brian Jimenez – United States Marine Corps

    Diego Lopez-Correa – Work

    Juliet Lopez – Claremont McKenna (AROTC, NROTC Marine Option, OCS)

    Noemi Martinez – Chaffey College

    Justin Munoz-Barrios – Chaffey College

    Alma Negrete Cota – Norwich University (NROTC Navy Option)

    Jasmine Orozco – United States Marine Corps

    Eric Segura – California State University San Bernardino

    Jesse Sida – California State University San Bernardino

    Robert Velez – Trade School