Military Careers

Service in the United States military is rewarded with a variety of benefits. To find out more about the possibilities available through the US military, come into the College & Career Center and pick up some literature, make an appointment to talk with a recruiter, or check out the links below.
Air Force
Army
Army National Guard
Coast Guard
Marines
Navy

ASVAB Test
The ASVAB Test (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) measures basic skills and vocational aptitude. Administered by the military, but without obligation.  There is no charge to take the ASVAB Test. It can be a great career exploration tool for all students, regardless of post high school plans.  If you are considering joining the military, your score on the ASVAB determines which options may be open to you.  Practice is essential to do your best.  Springfield High School will host the ASVAB on November 16th at 8:00 sharp in the computer area of the library.

Want to join West Point? Check this meeting out.
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Military Academies

Students interested in attending military academies will need to start working toward that goal early in their high school career.

This is a highly specialized application process.  Please refer interested students to their high school counselor for assistance. There are also military recruiters who can support those interested. Also check to see if a student is able to take the ASVAB assessment tool to provide students with some direction/feedback about which military option may be a good fit.

Military Academy options include:

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
 This is a leadership program where you will be able to take 24 elective credits that will coincide with your four year college degree.
  • Scholarships available to high school seniors
  • Some academic requirements for admission and continuation, depending upon branch of service
  • Living allowances while in college
  • Enter military as an officer after college
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