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.

“I am writing to express my admiration for the Mother of Divine Grace Long Distance Program. First, the accountability required by the administration is very strict and binding, which is a good thing. There is no tolerance for inappropriate methods of learning such as plagiarisms etc. They have built into their program filtering devices to prevent inappropriate methods of learning. We live in the state of Pennsylvania which possesses the most comprehensive legislation governing homeschooling in the United States. Mother of Divine Grace Distance Learning program provides the credibility the State of Pennsylvania requires. Second, the content and methodology that this program contains in their curriculum is most beneficial to its students. For example, we have a set of twins one daughter and one son. We were providing the education for our daughter long distance while our son was attending a local preparatory high school. We were able to really gain an insight and comparison of the content and execution of the different methodologies of education. The content of our daughter's was superior to that of our son's. Many times we needed contact on a daily basis which Mother of Divine Grace provided with graciousness and availability. We can't say that for our son's school. In conclusion, we only have great praise for this program.”