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 believe Modg has guided us well in achieving [our son's] success. The college was pleased, as well as impressed, with our son's home study courses through Modg and having Modg consulting services and keeping our records has been extremely beneficial in our home schooling pursuits. It is obvious in our situation that homeschooling with Modg allowed our son (and other children), to achieve a high standard of education with the religious formation we desire as part of our children's education. The program helps promote a love of the true and good, noble and beautiful, and with a focus on art and music study integrated throughout, it also allowed time for our son to pursue a field of interest and spend time becoming proficient in it, in his case, art. Because of the excellent formation the Modg program provides, our son and we as parents, felt that liberal arts study should continue and our son is looking forward to continuing his art studies within the context of a liberal arts education.”