Mother of Divine Grace School recommends that students take a standardized test each year. Families can order standardized tests from: Seton Home Study:

Most testing materials are rentals and students are given two-three weeks to take the test and return undamaged testing materials to the supplier. Please be aware that there are some test restrictions, states where some of these tests are unavailable. Keep this in mind when considering which tests to take or which company to use.

College Entrance Exams

Students in high school should plan on taking one or more of the college entrance exams. Note: High School students who are preparing to take the ACT or SAT should contact the college or colleges that they are interested in to ascertain which test they require.

The College Board's and the ACT's web-sites contains a wealth of information about how to register for these tests, practice testing materials, as well as information about colleges, college applications, financial aid and scholarships.

Hear from Our Families:

“Mother of Divine Grace encompasses the knowledge of curriculum as well as their experience to enable us to find the balance of pushing our children to meet their goals, all the while inspiring them to bring out their talents. Just as importantly, the teachers and consultants take into consideration the student’s special needs and trouble shoot a need to slow down for a while. We are consistently awestruck at their ability, through verbal communication or viewing my children’s work, to guide us to bring out the best in our children whether it be showing us why we might reconsider a particular program based on our child’s particular learning style, or better yet, to really push our child in a particular area. The objective, yet passionate perspective, of the MODG teacher and consultant is a component of homeschooling that we will forever make a priority in our home school. It is their experience and passion for the welfare of these children that I believe enables them to see things that I don’t see as a parent.”

Robin B
homeschooling mother of ten, enrolled since 2003