Home School Testing

The State of Arkansas law no longer requires home school students to take a nationally recognized norm-referenced achievement test.

Home school students may be tested to determine academic¬†eligibility, if voluntarily participating in extracurricular activities at a local public school under Arkansas’ “Tim Tebow Law.” Students may also be tested to determine grade-level if enrolling or re-enrolling in a public school.

Some home school families may wish to have their students voluntarily take a norm-referenced or other nationally-recognized test for various reasons. If you would like assistance picking a test or finding a test facilitator, please contact our office at (501) 978-5503.


2 comments on this post.
  1. penny whitson:

    My daughter would like to take the 9th grade test. Is there anyway to get this test within a day or two. Please email or call 870 321 8463.

  2. Cathy Crow:

    Is there homeschooling tests that ADE requires to students

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