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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) has been a solid tool to determine an individual’s aptitudes and potential for success in various areas as they relate to careers. Students who take the ASVAB can access scores online, complete an interest survey, then explore careers tailored to their personal results using the Career Exploration Program (CEP). Plus, LMA students who are interested in the military after high school. ASVAB scores are good for up to 2 years and the test can be retaken.  Leadership Military Academy has at least one ASVAB administration per year, open to LMA students grades 10-12. 

Leadership Military Academy provides several opportunities for students to plan and prepare for college.  Part of these services includes exams that may be part of college admissions and those that can lead to college credit. This includes the PSAT, SAT, and Advanced Placement (AP) Exams.  The PSAT and SAT measure student readiness for college level coursework.  The PSAT prepares students for the SAT, which may be included in some college admissions. CSU and UC no longer require the SAT or ACT in the admissions process, but other private or out of state colleges might.
The AP program provides students with college level coursework, which prepares them for the AP Exam. LMA students taking AP courses take the AP Exam at our school, and LMA covers the cost.  Students who pass the AP Exam (score of 3 or higher) may receive college credit.