Standardized Testing

Mother of Divine Grace School recommends that students take a standardized test each year. Families can order standardized tests from Seton Testing Services. Enrolled families can order select tests at a discount from MODG.

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.

“We homeschool our children for a number of reasons, but among the most important is giving our children a solid, challenging curriculum where they can learn to think for themselves drawing on extensive knowledge base. Our children thrive in their environment of learning and MODG provides the tools necessary for this learning. We are able to adjust each subject with the help of our consultant to fit each of our children based on their level of knowledge, maturity, and learning style. Our children receive the best possible education because each of them pursues their academics building up their strong points and strengthening their weaknesses. MODG provides the support and resources necessary to achieve this. Of course, raising our children for the Kingdom is paramount in our mind. MODG helps keep our days centered on Christ by weaving our Catholic faith into our everyday learning. The curriculum is full of the good, true, and beautiful and all of this brings us back to our Father who loves us. Our children are living their faith; seeing firsthand how it is a part of everything they do.”