Alabama does not require us to test our homeschooled children. However, there are many reasons someone may want to test their child, from checking in on their strengths and weaknesses, to not having the ACT be the first standardized test they take. For that reason here is a list of co ops, covers, and individuals that offer several types of testing. Some of them may require you to be part of their group to participate. You will also find sites listed where you can give the testing at home.
At Home Sites
California Assessment Test $25+
Stanford Achievement Test Series | Tenth Edition
Affordable Homeschool Testing Services
Evergreen Christian Academy cover/co op
www.eca-shiloh.com; firstname.lastname@example.org **Iowa testing**
“ you just have to be a member of ECA (Evergreen Christian Academy) to have access to the standardized testing we offer. You actually do not have to be "covered" with us either - just be a member “
Moffett Road Christian School cover/co op
6159 Moffett Road, Mobile (251) 391-4663; www.mobilemrcs.org
**IOWA Testing** You have to be a member to participate. Lesa Dale **IOWA, Bob Jones, & SAT** email@example.com
Heartwood Christian Academy
www.heartwoodchristianacademy.com/ **IOWA for elementary and middle school, & CLT for high school** . Please contact Bonita at 251-599-2849. Testing is in April.
Foundations Christian School
(at Crossroads Baptist in West Mobile) will be offering standardizedtesting. I’m open to the idea of non members testing with us. Office number to call and leave a message for me if interested is 639-9500.
Compass Point Christian Academy
Deven Draughon Vasko **SAT & IOWA** firstname.lastname@example.org