Click "Locations and Dates" on the menu above to start
That click opens a new tab in your browser- a calendar of testing events on ClassicalConversations.com/calendar - to start the registration process.
Search by state and "Testing Events" then browse by month to your testing city. Use your username and passcode (same as last year) when asked to log in. Logins are needed from start to finish in testing to support parents, testing coordinators and students.ÂÂÂ
About the Test
The Stanford-10 National Achievement Test is a nationally recognized test used by
educators across the U.S. As a norm-referenced test, the Stanford 10 not only offers
the home educator information on their student's achievement, it also provides
comparisons based on nationwide test results.
Contents of National Achievement Tests:
Grades 1-2: Word Study Skills, Word Reading, Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension,ÂÂÂ Spelling, Listening, Math Problem Solving, Math Procedures, and
Grades 3-4: Word Study Skills, Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Spelling, Listening, Math Problem Solving, Math Procedures, Language, Social Science, andÂÂÂ ÂÂÂ Science
Grades 5-8: Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Spelling, Listening, Math Problem Solving, Math Procedures, Language, Social Science, andÂÂÂ Science
Grades 9-12: Reading Vocabulary, Reading Comprehension, Spelling, Math,ÂÂÂ Language, Social Science, andÂÂÂ Science
At Classical Conversations Testing Services, we believe that standardized testing is
an important part of preparing students for college entrance exams, whether your
state mandates testing or not. We take a very pragmatic attitude towards testing: the
test results are not as important as the skill of test-taking, though achievement tests
do provide parents with reliable data for evaluating progress in language and math
We have chosen to offer the Stanford-10 National Achievement Test because most
private schools accept their scores for entry, and it is great preparation for the SAT I
and the ACT tests in high school.
Please contact your state's homeschool support group to find out if your state
requires national standardized testing, or use the pull-down tab from the menu above.