Career Resources-Florida Shines & Military Entrance/Acadamies

Florida Shines

Planning for your future?  Need some help?  The state of Florida has an excellent website entitled Florida Shines to help you in your search.  On this site you will find college and career resources to assist you with decisions regarding your future interests and goals.  Or, you can search by school or program for public and private schools within the state that offer a degree program that fits your needs.  Regardless of the level of decision making that you find yourself in, planning your future career with the help of the Florida Shines is a great starting point!

Military Information

Military Entrance Requirements


Service Academies, Senior Military Colleges, & Maritime Academies

Do you have an interest in pursuing an education and career at one of our nation’s service academies, senior military colleges, or maritime academies?  If so, then you may wish to visit the link below for information on these opportunities.  There are specific requirements and procedures that must be followed for consideration of admissions.  Visit the link below today!

Service Academies, Military Colleges, & Maritime Academies

ASVAB – Offered November & February of Each School Year

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery or ASVAB for short is an aptitude test that measures your academic and vocational skills.  It is also used by the military to determine your suitability for various job positions.  Taking the test does not obligate you for military service.  However, once you reach age 17, the scores can be used for military service if you desire.   The ASVAB test is administered at ZHS twice a year for free to students 10th-12th grades. Tests are usually scheduled in early November and late February. Please see Mrs. Simons in the Office of School Counseling to register.  Practice for the ASVAB may be accomplished by reviewing ASVAB practice manuals available in print from Mrs. Simons, at commercial book stores, online, or by visiting the following websites:




Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida Highway Patrol