Is a military career right for you?
There are many reasons why a student may consider a career in the military such as serving their country, learning a new skill or trade, travel or saving money and paying for college.
See below to explore details about the U.S. military services and related district-provided resources.
Interested students should talk with their school counselor to learn more.
The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple-aptitude test that measures developed abilities and helps predict future academic and occupational success, particularly for military recruitment.
The test is more than a military entrance exam. Students can use their ASVAB results to learn more about their interests and strengths, explore careers, and plan their future.
- Offered in the fall semester to students in grade 12
- Contact your counselor for more information
- Retrieve your ASVAB scores
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Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) magnet
Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) magnet program educates and trains high school cadets in the areas of leadership, community service, teamwork, communication, responsibility, personal accountability and character.
Interested students must apply and be accepted during the magnet application process.
Ready to learn more?
School counselors are available to answer questions and to help students get a jump start preparing for life after graduation.
Additionally, each high school counseling office has set up a GO Center where students can find resources for choosing a college, mapping out your schedule, career planning, financial aid applications and more.
Learn more about how our school counselors can help on our Academic and CCMR Advising page.