Test scores are used in many different ways. Personally, you can use them to have an objective measurement of your child’s educational progress. It is a useful tool as you consider your total educational program for your students. But it is simply one tool among many; you should not put all your eggs in the testing basket as you evaluate your homeschooling. 

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Tis' the Season

Don’t compare yourself to anyone else.  Be realistic about what you can and cannot do.  Since the origin of the word “holiday” is holy day, think about our call to be a holy people.  

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To test, or not to test, that is THE QUESTION.

Crossroads Christian School does not require that your homeschooled students be tested. However, we do provide the opportunity if you desire it. We are able to obtain the Stanford 10 at a very reasonable price. In grades 2, 5, & 8, the OLSAT is given with the 
Stanford.  The Otis-Lennon School Ability Test is an additional 40 or 50 minute subtest that gives you some measure of how your student's achievement compares to his/her abilities. The tests will be computer-scored, and you will receive a copy of the results. 

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