Post Secondary Military Options
The Military is a post secondary option that student can explore. The following are helpful links and resources:
Congressman Keating has re-scheduled the MA-09 Spring Academy Info Night as a Zoom meeting! On the evening of Thursday, May 21st, students and their parents can join to hear from representatives of the major service academies about cadet life, what the academies expect from successful candidates, and how to best present themselves to each academy. They also hope to offer opportunities for private video chats with each rep – more to come on that.
The event will be at 6 pm. We will also be releasing the Class of 2021/2025 application for the Ninth Congressional District. Please share with your students (especially juniors) who might be interested. If they are, have them email Michael Jackman directly at Michael.email@example.com and the meeting credentials will be shared with them. A flyer is available as well with information: Service Academy Night
The Military Aptitude Test (ASVAB)If any 10th, 11th or 12th grade students are interested in taking the ASVAB -Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test is typically administered in February each year, at Barnstable High School. Interested students should see Mrs. MacFarlane in the Hub 4.
Army, Marines, Air Force, National Guard, Navy, Coast GuardPrograms can be found on their individual websites along with ROTC programs that are available at selective four year colleges. Please see your school counselor for more information.
ROTCThis programs stands for: The Reserve Officers' Training Corps, which is a college based training program for all branches of the military. The Marine Corp and US Coast Guard do not have their own ROTC programs. Summary information can be found at https://edubirdie.com/blog/guide-to-rotc-programs Please see the following specific websites for more information.