The junior class at Cherokee Washington High School will be taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) on the morning of Thursday, October 14 at the Western Iowa Tech Community College campus.
The ASVAB was developed by the military to determine optimal placement of personnel. It is also an excellent tool for all students to guide them toward careers best suited for their talents. Time will be scheduled later this fall, with the juniors to process the results of their tests to help them make informed post graduate decisions.
Juniors will begin their school day at WITCC. They are asked to bring two #2 pencils and a calculator. It also recommended that each bring a book to read in case testing is finished before time is called for each test.