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The purpose of the Kimber Academy Testing is to track a student’s individual progress throughout the school year. This is so adjustments can be made in a timely manner.
A major concern for many parents is the how to measure progress. Parents who formerly used public school often worry about Common Core, and the anti-God curriculum and testing it contains. Those who have been involved in homeschooling are often concerned about how to measure their childrens’ progress, and how they are doing as homeschool parents..
We address both of these concerns with the National Testing Center, which is a morally-based and God-centered testing system. The National Testing Center programs is specifically designed to measure student progress in 22 different subjects. Unlike other testing programs, parents can see the test so they can better evaluate the information their students are being tested.
This time proven method will provide you with the insight into your children’s learning, and prepare your children to excel in top colleges.
These exams have been developed for ages 5 – adult.
Unlike other professional testing companies, the testing procedures used by Kimber Academy are not designed for student placement. The tests are diagnostic only.
Students cannot fail the test, nor can they achieve 100%. The tests are designed simply to see where the student is academically, not to see if he or she is better or worse than any other student. It is important for students to understand this so that they do not become overly concerned about being tested on achievement.
Tests for Students Under Age 12
Four separate levels of testing have been developed for the Junior Class students.
(Note: Since students are on different levels of learning, some age groups will obviously overlap.)
Beginner test (approximate student ages: 5-6)
Intermediate test (approximate student ages: 6-8)
Junior Elementary test (approximate student ages: 8-10)
Advanced Elementary test (approximate student ages: 10-12)
Tests for Students Age 12 & Older
The Senior Class Students (over age 12) take high school diagnostic exams from the National Testing Center ™ (NTC). This diagnostic testing is based on levels consistent with the national GED and ACT.
The diagnostic tests cover 22 subjects, and because they are administered every 3 months, student progress can be monitored and adjusted accordingly throughout the school year.
The tests will be corrected and analyzed at the NTC and returned within a week. Parents will meet with the Dean to review test results and discuss any adjustments that may need to be made.
For more information go to nationaltesting.center.
’Tis substantially true, that virtue or morality is a necessary spring of popular government. The rule indeed extends with more or less force to every species of free government. Who that is a sincere friend to it can look with indifference upon attempts to shake the foundation of the fabric? Promote, then, as an object of primary importance, institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge.—In proportion as the structure of a government gives force to public opinion, it is essential that public opinion should be enlightened.
-George Washington, 1796