Texans Can Academy - Dallas Oak Cliff students take the ASVAB test. Next year, all 14 campuses will offer the test for students interested in joining the military.
With the school year wrapping up for a majority of students, preparations are being made by Texans Can Academies for next year’s students. The organization will offer the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) test to all students for the new school year.
Over 20 students interested in the armed forces recently took the test at Texans Can Academy - Dallas Oak Cliff. The school planned and set up stations where student advisors met one-on-one with students to map out plans for enlisting in the military. The ASVAB, developed and maintained by the Department of Defense, is a timed multi-aptitude test taken by anyone serious about joining the military.
To prepare students for a military career, all Texans Can Academy campuses will educate students about joining the armed forces after high school, help students build a plan to graduation and enlisting in the military, offer resources to study for the ASVAB and allow students to take the test on site to ensure everyone interested is provided an equal opportunity.
Texans Can Academies is dedicated to graduating thinkers and committed to ensuring students have all the information and tools needed for a successful college or career path after graduation. Texans Can Academies are a unique network of 14 dropout recovery schools located in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio, offering students, aged 14 to 21, a second chance at earning their high school diploma instead of a General Education Development (GED). For more information, please visit www.texanscan.org.