General Description: This course is the second in the four-year NJROTC program. The course includes basic Naval orientation, organization of the Navy, military drill, and leadership laboratory and builds on the previous Naval Science 1 course. Activities may include visits to US Navy ships and shore installations, extended leadership field trips, Color Guard team, varsity unarmed and armed drill teams, marksmanship team, orienteering, academic team, strength team, underwater robotics, and network cyber security teams. Credit earned can be occupational or physical education.

Students enrolling in Naval Science 2 may be in grades 10-12.

Students who participate in NJROTC are exempt from the Washington State Physical Education Requirements by law.

Naval Science is an elective open to Liberty students in good academic standing who are able to participate in physical education. The course emphasizes leadership, fitness, orderly appearance, respectful conduct and individual responsibility, as well as classroom instruction in a variety of naval-oriented subjects. The objective of the Naval Science NJROTC program is to develop informed leaders with a strong sense of self-reliance; a personal knowledge of the responsibilities of citizenship in a democratic society; and an appreciation of the Navy's role in national defense.  Additionally, elective or occupational education credit can be earned. Academically qualified students with high military aptitude may be nominated to the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland and/or for university level NROTC four-year scholarships.  There are no military service obligations for enrolling in NJROTC, but there are automatic advancement benefits if a student decides to enlist in a branch of the United States military.

 Prerequisite:  Naval Science 1