• Military Family Support

    MCB CAMP PENDLETON SCHOOL LIAISON OFFICE

    The mission of the School Liaison Officer aboard Camp Pendleton is to coordinate education support services to maximize opportunities for academic success for transitioning military children/youth. The School Liaison (SL) fosters and promotes quality education for military children by working directly with the command, families, school districts, and local communities, and by providing referral services to family support agencies aboard MCB Camp Pendleton and in the local community.

     School Liaison Officers 760-763-7385/86/87

    COUNSELING SERVICES

    Palomar Family Counseling Services

    Contact their offices today
    for your appointment.
    Free, Off-Base, Confidential

    WELCONNECT APP FOR FAMILIES ON THE MOVE

    The WelConnect app connects families to available resources and support programs provided by their school district, their schools, the surrounding community, and the US military. It's available to download on your device from the Apple iTunes Store, or Google Play for Android. Download

    TUTOR.COM FOR MILITARY FAMILIES OVERVIEW

    All U.S. military families have FREE, unlimited access to Tutor.com's online homework, tutoring and career services provided by the Department of Defense. Simply go to Military Tutor and select their military branch and follow the directions to get a password to access the service. 

    All military dependents- including National Guard and Reserve- are eligible for free online tutoring through Tutor.com. There are over 40 courses to choose from (Math, English, Science, Social Studies, World Languages) including Test Prep (PSAT, SAT, and ACT).

    SOAR STUDENT ONLINE ACHIEVEMENT RESOURCES

    SOAR is an innovative program that makes it easy for parents to play an active role in their children's education.  SOAR is designed for military families and is easily accessible worldwide.  Click SOAR  for more information

    FREE ACT/SAT PREP PROGRAM 
    Free ACT/SAT prep program is available to military students and their classmates.  Princeton Review, as part of the partnership with the SOAR (Student Online Achievement Resources) program, is offering this free online program for students.  To access the program, register through the SOAR program at SoarAtHome

     

  • U.S. Military Recruiters

  • U.S. Air Force

  • U.S. Army

  • U.S. Coast Guard

  • U.S. Marine Corps

  • U.S. Navy

  • Take the ASVAB

    The Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery is a timed, multiple-choice test developed by the Department of Defense. ASVAB scores are traditionally used to determine if you qualify to enlist in the military and which job in the military would be appropriate for you. It can also be used for career exploration and many technical/vocational schools use the ASVAB for placement exams. Read more about what the ASVAB is and how to prepare.

    The ASVAB is offered on the OHS campus once per semester. If dates don't work for you, contact one of the local recruiters (listed above) to schedule a test. 

    The best way to prepare is to study and practice. Here are some helpful, free resources: