Homeschool Standardized Testing Services


Oregon law requires  standardized homeschool tests administered by a qualified test examiner after grades 3, 5, 8 and 10 by August 15. Tests can also provide feedback about how your learner is doing.

NOTE: due to COVID-19, Oregon has approved an extension of the regular August 15 deadline for homeschool testing; testing may now be completed by November 1, 2020.

As a service to the homeschool community, Village Home is proud to offer the Terra Nova Test (formerly California Achievement Test CAT) for grades 3-12. The Terra Nova is one of the homeschool tests approved by the state of Oregon.

We offer a friendly, low-stress test environment that complies with Oregon testing requirements. Our paper-and pencil tests that are hand scored with results emailed within 2 weeks. Students bring water, a snack, simple calculator, and a book and will have a break during testing.

Group and private testing fees include the standard test report: raw score, national percentile, and grade equivalent for each section of the test. For an additional $10 per test, a Diagnostic Profile breaks down responses by specific learning. If you want details about your child’s test performance, be sure to order your diagnostic profile.

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Group Testing  2020

Per the ODE, Virtual Test Proctoring is an option for home school testing. Village Home has scheduled Virtual Group Testing the last Monday of each month starting June  with additional dates possibly scheduled as needed.

Virtual Group Testing suits learners who can self-manage and follow Test Administrator instructions in a timed, virtual group setting. If your child has an IEP or 504, please register for a Private Test (below): Learner accommodations as allowed by law for children with IEP’s or 504’s cannot be made in group testing sessions.

Virtual Group Testing
cost is $52 per child. Registration closes 10 days prior to the testing date; after registration deadline closes details and instructions will be sent. All learners must attend their Virtual Group Testing time with sharpened pencils, simple calculator, water, and a book to read in case they finish before the allotted time for each test section.

Disregard for Virtual Group Testing policies and procedures will result in the invalidation of the test and test session, without refund. Please note, late check-ins to Virtual Group Testing sessions cannot be accommodated. Actual length of testing time varies.

Parent must be nearby thier learner taking the test during entire test session, and all learners must be in camera view for the entire allotted test time during Virtual Group Testing, except during their break(s).

Additional group testing dates may be added in September and October.

Check in 9:00 – 9:20 am ; testing 9:30 – 11:30 (with one 10 min break)
June 29 (registration closes June 19)
August 31 (registration closes August 21)

Check in 12:30 – 12:50 ; testing 1:00 – 4:00 pm (with two 10 min breaks)
June 29 (registration closes June 19)
July 27 (registration closes July 17)
August 31 (registration closes August 21)

Private Testing 2020

For parents who have concerns about their learner self-managing and following Test Administrator instructions in a timed, virtual group setting, or whose learner needs accommodations as allowed by law for their IEP or 504, we encourage registration in a Private Test. Learner accommodations cannot be made in group testing sessions.

Private Testing fee is $85 per child, additional child $42.50. For an additional $10 per child, a Diagnostic Profile breaks down responses by specific learning.

Private Testing sessions begin June 23, 2020 and are available every Tuesday and Thursday from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm through August; days may change in September. Registration closes 10 days before the week of private tests.

Private tests can be administered in one of two ways:
IN PERSON at Village Home Beaverton (maximum 2 learners from same household)
VIRTUALLY (max 2 learners from any household)

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