- Tuesday, April 16, in Weaverville, NC. (Register by March 5)
- $60 for Complete Composite test including science and social studies
This site has information regarding
achievement testing in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and
Tennessee -- primarily for home schooling families. In-person
administration of the WJ IV is available in western North Carolina.
have to test?
Carolina: Yes, from age 7 through graduation from the home
school. See North Carolina Division of Non-Public Education.
Carolina: No, unless choosing to operate under Section
59-65-40, Option One where a state test is required.
Some home school associations may require testing as a condition of
membership. See South Carolina Department of
Yes, at least every three years beginning at the end of the third
grade. See Georgia Department of Education.
Depending on the option under which home schooling occurs, testing
may be required. Independent Home Schools must test in grades 5, 7,
and 9 coordinated with the local school district. Home schools under
a church-related umbrella school must follow the umbrella school's
guidance. See Tennessee Department of Education.
Should you test?
What test should you use?
- Yes, whether required or not, you should assess the progress that
your students are making.
Already decided to use WJ IV, contacted
Cindy, and now want to register?
- There are numerous "bubble-in" tests that will meet the
requirement and provide a score than can be used to compare
- The Woodcock-Johnson IV is recommended to provide more
information regarding a student's academic progress (and who
wouldn't want that?).
Online classes offered for 2024-25 school year by Kevin and Cindy
- ● Conceptual Physics
- ● Computer Science Principles
- ● College Admissions Test Preparation