The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is administered free to interested tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade students with parental consent. Students should check with their College/Career Centers for permission forms and for testing dates at their high schools if not listed below.
The ASVAB is an excellent career exploration tool. It can help identify student interests and aptitude in the following areas: verbal, math, science and technical skills. When scores are interpreted, students will learn how their interests and skills relate to the demands of more than 400 occupations, helping them to identify suitable career options.
ASVAB results are released only to students and not to the armed services. If students wish to use their results as part of an enlistment conversation with military recruiters, they can provide their scores to the recruiter. Taking the ASVAB in no way involves a commitment to the military. Parental consent is required for students under the age of 18 for ASVAB scores to be released to military recruiters.