Counselors' Corner

The ASVAB stands for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. The test is almost 3 hours long and consists of 9 different categories. 
Note that the ASVAB CEP (Career Exploration Program) promotes career literacy and that participants have no obligation to military service, but 11th and 12th grade students who choose to can use their scores to explore enlistment in any of the branches.
A subset of your ASVAB score - the AFQT - is derived from the Arithmetic Reasoning, Mathematics Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension and Word Knowledge sections, and will be used to determine eligibility for various military careers/jobs.
Check out this link to find out more and to view test practice questions and study tips:
The test will be given in the THS Library on November 14, 2018
Sign up at the front desk in the counselors' office or using the link below:
Here is some of the information that was shared:
1. Parent Night Presentation
2. Success in the New Economy video (backed by the Texas OnCourse Academy)
3. Essay Topics (A, B, and C) for Texas Universities
See the Class of 2019 tab, for other forms and for the fall senior calendar of events.
THS Students and Parents!
Make sure you stay in touch with your counselors and relevant activities for your grade level!
Sign up with the Remind Messages App using the following codes:
FRESHMEN:                TEXT TO 81010.                 ENTER THIS AS A MESSAGE: @de4b8d
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JUNIORS:             TEXT TO 81010.           ENTER THIS AS A MESSAGE: @3k3c6b
SENIORS:             TEXT TO 81010.           ENTER THIS AS A MESSAGE: @bcbg7g
 THE NEXT CBE WILL BE ADMINISTERED December 17-20 and Jan 10-11
Students who want to test out of a subject should talk to their counselors to determine what is appropriate and when.
Notes about Credit by Exam: 
1. Students must pass each section individually to earn credit for the full year (the two parts A and B, fall and psring cannot be averaged out) 
2. Students who have had prior instruction in the subject they want to test out of must earn an 80; students who have not had prior instructions must earn a 70.