Plano West Senior High School
The Wolf Battalion, Army Junior Reserve Officer Corps, was established at Plano West Senior High School in School Year 2000 - 2001. The Wolf Battalion was first an NDCC Unit, established in School Year 1999 - 2000.
"Each graduating class has distinguished itself with numerous awards in the academic, athletic, and fine arts arenas. Annually, more than 10 million dollars in college scholarships are offered to our students. Plano West students are accepted to the top colleges and universities throughout the United States and abroad. Seventy percent of the 125 staff members at Plano West hold advanced degrees in education. Our staff continually enhances the educational experience for each of our students." (PWSH Website)
Plano Senior High School
The Wildcat Battalion, Army Junior Reserve Officer Corps, was established at Plano High School in School Year 1974 - 1975.
"As a two-time National Blue Ribbon School, and a Texas Exemplary School, Plano Senior High School has a long history of academic excellence and innovative programs that meet the needs of its highly diverse community. Housing only juniors and seniors, PSHS offers a full range of courses in all academic areas including honors and Advanced Placement. Seventy-two percent of the faculty holds advanced degrees." (PSHS Website)
Plano East Senior High School
The Panther Battalion, Army Junior Reserve Officer Corps, was established at Plano East Senior High School in School Year 1982 - 1983.
"Both the city and school district are experiencing rapid growth, a pattern that began in the mid-1970s. In the fall of 1981, Plano East Senior High was opened with 563 juniors. At present, the approximate enrollment at Plano East is 2600 juniors and seniors.
The faculty is comprised of over 200 professionals, including teachers, counselors, principals and other specialists." (PESH Website)