Georgia Department of Education Testing Guidelines
According to the GDOE : “Students in home study programs shall be subject to an appropriate nationally standardized testing program administered in consultation with a person trained in the administration and interpretation of norm referenced tests. The student must be evaluated at least every three years beginning at the end of the third grade. Records of such tests shall be retained. Please note that the Georgia Milestones, End-of-Grade and End-of-Courses Assessments are not nationally standardized tests.” (See more here)
What Tests Can Homeschoolers in Georgia Take?
Homeschoolers in Georgia can take standardized tests such as the Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS), the California Achievement Test (CAT), the SAT, the ACT, the PSAT. Please note that the Georgia Milestones, End-of-Grade and End-of-Courses Assessments are not nationally standardized tests.
EPIC Homeschool Network works with The Study Hall Education Consulting, LLC to offer standardized test administration to homeschoolers. Learn more here.
For our upcoming testing dates and/or to register please click here or you may email it to Andrea Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call four zero four-644-eight391 for additional information.
Do you want to do it yourself? Some testing distributors offer online testing services. Do a search for “standardized achievement testing online” for more options. Here are some suppliers of standardized testing:
Bob Jones University Press
Greenville, SC 29614-0065
Tests offered: SAT, TAP, ITBS
Christian Liberty Academy
502 W. Euclid Avenue
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
Tests offered: CAT