Interested in Taking the ASVAB?

Spring ASVAB Update

Due to school closing, the spring ASVAB was cancelled. If you’re still interested in taking the ASVAB, there are two ways that you can do so.

  • If you are a current junior student, the ASVAB will be offered next year in October 2020 and March 2021. The sign-up form for the test will be emailed to you once the test day is near. In the meantime, you can start preparing for the ASVAB by using the practice websites below. Another way to practice is to get in touch with one of our military recruiters who can help set you up with a free practice test!
  • If you are a current senior student and wish to take the ASVAB, you will want to contact one of our military recruiters. They will be able to assist you through the testing process at their recruiting sites.

Military Contacts:

Staff Sergeant Kenneth E. Wallace – U.S. Marine Corps Recruiter C: (717) 333-4409 Email:

Second Class Petty Officer Tiara Culp – Navy Recruiter C: (717) 803-0095 Email:

Staff Sergeant Cynthia Barraza – Army Recruiter C: (717) 209-1452 Email:

Sergeant Jarrett G. Seigle – National Guard Recruiter C: (717) 448-1906 Email:

ASVAB Practice Sites:

Go to
– Select “Professional Exams”
– Select “Military Exams”
– Select “AFQT”

Go to – Click section for ASVAB 


If you are a student in 11th or 12th grade and need some help making career decisions, then think about taking the ASVAB. The ASVAB is the entrance exam used by the military and it is also a great personal interest and skills assessment tool. The ASVAB will be offered on March 25th at Penn Manor High School at 7:45 A.M. If interested, please sign-up at this link:


The ASVAB-Career Exploration Program can help you take steps toward finding a career that is right for you! You can benefit from the program whether you plan to pursue further education after high school, join the military, or enter the work force right away.

The program is designed to help you:

                   A. Learn more about yourself and the world of work.

                   B. Explore occupations in line with your interests and skills.

                   C. Develop an effective strategy to realize your career goals.

For more information on the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, visit