Local Stanford 10 Testings

Two Locations and Dates for Homeschoolers to choose from!

May 9-10 Testing - West Miami - Click here to register

Click link above then click "TE Miami." Deadline to sign up is April 17.

West Miami Stanford 10 Testing

Monday, May 9th, 8:30am to Tuesday, May 10th, 1pm

Tamiami Baptist Church, 860 SW 76th Ct. Miami, FL 33144

May 23-24 Testing - Cutler Bay - Click here to register

Click link above them click "TE Cutler Bay." Deadline to sign up is May 1.

Cutler Bay Stanford 10 Testing

Monday, May 23rd, 8:30am to Tuesday, May 24th, 1pm

10850 Quail Roost Drive

Cutler Bay, FL

Register now for local testing!

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.

We have two testing dates scheduled: May 9-10 and May 23-24. Testing will end at 1pm the first day, possibly sooner for younger grades, and will resume again the second day at 8:30am am, continuing until students are finished but no later than 1pm.

Cost of each test is $50 ($55 after early registration cut-off: April 10 for West Miami and April 24 for Cutler Bay)

Registration closes on April 17 for the West Miami site and May 1 for Cutler Bay. No refunds or transfers after these cut-off dates.

Coordinator: Lissette Gil

Grades 3rd-12th scheduled. If you are interested in younger grades, contact coordinator to discuss options.

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What to Bring

  • 2-#2 pencils,sharpened
  • Ruler(in/cm),scrap paper,calculator for 9th-12th grades.
  • Bag lunch and drink
  • Email confirmation (received after registration)
  • Book to read if finish early

Lissette Gil, Testing Coordinator

Lissette has been a certified teacher since 2002. She began homeschooling in 2013 when she pulled her oldest daughter out of a public charter school and has been homeschooling her three girls ever since. This is her fourth year in Classical Conversations and her third year as a tutor. She believes homeschooling is a calling from the Lord, and while it is hard, it is definitely worthwhile!