Washington County Career & Technical Education Center | Hosted ASVAB Test

Soldiers and teenagers working in a room.

For the 16th straight year, the Washington County Career and Technical Center opened its doors to the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Test and to the county’s high school students who wished to take it.  A record number of 47 students sat for the exam at the CTE Center on February 8th.

The test is required for individuals who are considering a career in the U.S. Military.  While students who took the test are not bound to join the military, they can use the results to help them make career choices.  The results show individuals which areas of strength they possess with regard to various vocational and professional pursuits.  Through the years several Washington County students have opted to serve the nation after receiving their scores from the CTE Center’s test sessions.  The Washington County Schools and all citizens of the county salute the students who are entering or considering a career in the nation’s armed services.

Contact Person: 
Jackson Barker