Award is submitted on a junior Cadet who is in the top 25 percent of Junior Class and has displayed uncommon leadership. Cadet nominated competes nationally for the subject award. If selected, it is awarded to Cadet as a senior.
Marine Corps Reserve Officer's Association (MCROA) for Outstanding MCJROTC Unit.
Awarded for Scholastic Excellence awarded to 1 Cadet at the end of the year who is in the top 10% of their class and has participated in at least 1 student activity or sport.
Cadet must be in the top 25 percent of the Class in academic standing. Cadet must have demonstrated outstanding qualities in military leadership, discipline, character and citizenship.
Awarded to a Junior Cadet who has exhibited the highest standards of leadership, bearing and excellence.
Awarded to a Senior Cadet who is in the top 25 percent of class and has demonstrated dependability, military discipline and leadership. Selected by the SMI and principal.
Awarded at the end of the year to an outstanding 1st or 2nd year Cadet who excels in military and scholastic activities during the year.
Awarded to a Cadet who best exemplifies the the Spirit of ROTC Leadership. Usually accompanied by a monetary award.
Presented to a graduating Cadet for having demonstrated exceptional potential for military leadership as a member of the MCJROTC.
Presented for leadership in and out of uniform. Cadet must have a C avg in school academics. Must be involved in at least 1 extracurricular activity or club. 1 Senior, junior and sophomore Cadet is chosen by the SMI.
Presented to a junior Cadet who has demonstrated an understanding and appreciation of patriotism, love of country and service to nation. Ranked in top 20% of junior class and looks to pursue a military career.
This award is given to a Sgt/below and SNCO who has assisted others in need, and promoted values of citizenship and patriotism. The award consists of the Distinguished Citizen Medal.
Awarded to a 2nd year Cadet who has the highest Leadership Education Grade in the MCJROTC Unit.
Awarded annually to the Most outstanding Cadet NCO. Cadet must have the best military bearing, personal appearance, deportment and leadership ability. Can be any LE level.
Awarded to a freshman, sophomore or junior Cadet who has given all for the MCJROTC Program and either had a moment in which the cadet did an outstanding job in a leadership position or is currently in a leadership position.
Awarded annually to a 2nd year Cadet that has demonstrated dedication to citizenship, outstanding MCJROTC knowledge, self discipline and has a sound work ethic.
Awarded by the local AmVets Association.
Presented to Sophomore or Junior Cadet who is in the top 25% of class and has demonstrated the ideals of Americanism.
Awarded to a 3rd year Cadet in the top 20 percent of academic class and has demonstrated potential for outstanding leadership, dependability, self discipline and patriotism.
One award a year to the most outstanding cadet in any grade selected by the SMI/MIs
Awarded to students who are in student government.
Awarded once a year to the Officer who demonstrates exceptional discipline and military bearing.
Awarded once a year to a NCO for exceptional leadership, discipline and military bearing.
For outstanding community service. The Cadet must have participated in more than 1 project.
One awarded a year to the cadet who performs best in drill with or without a rifle.
Annual to cadets that maintain an "A" average and or are in the top 10 percent of their class and Honor Roll.
Awarded to Cadets who are on the Arts National Honor Society.
Awarded to Cadets who participate in Military Orientation off site training successfully.
Awarded once a year to cadets who score a first class on the YPFT.
Awarded once a year to the Cadet who is the high shooter.
Awarded to Cadets that participate on organized athletic teams for the school or community.
Awarded on subsequent years for succesful participation in MCJROTC.
Awarded to Cadets who did NOT have any disciplinary infractions for the previous school year.
Awarded annually to the best drill squad of the Drill Team.
Awarded to Cadets on the Color Guard or Flag Detail morning colors.
Awarded to Cadets for recruiting another Cadet into the MCJROTC Program.
Awarded to Cadets of the school Band.
Awarded to Cadets of the Rifle Team that participated in practices and rifle matches.
Academic Award Devices.
The New Orleans Military/Maritime Academy (NOMMA) is a Type 2 charter high school serving students in the New Orleans Metropolitan area. NOMMA is dedicated to the education of high school students, no matter their background or previous school experience. Students at NOMMA study in a focused, college preparatory environment guided by a team of teachers and retired military instructors who bring unparalleled experience to the classroom.