Home Education Learning Partnership
Charleston, SC and surrounding communities

Anita Coward - Executive Director

(843) 813-5652

Located in the Charleston Baptist Church | 13 San Miguel Road Charleston, SC 29407

Stanford Achievement Test   - Information for Parents -

Questions leading up to test date:
Shelbi Gladwell: guatkids3@bellsouth.net  843-693-0464 - text or call
Dates: Tuesday, May 9, 2017 and Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Location: Charleston Baptist Church: 13 San Miguel Road, Charleston, SC

Group Testing: While Stanford 10 allows unlimited time for testing (for students making progress), group testing requires time limits to be set in order for the group to move forward. This group testing option will allow 10% more time for students making progress. Group testing is not for everyone so please consider this when choosing the best testing option for your student.

Arrival Time: Students that arrive late may not be allowed to test.
Parents bring students to the check in desk between 9:15am and 9:30am.
Parents are not permitted to enter the classroom area during the test!

Dismissal Time: 2:30 pm on Tuesday and TBA on Wednesday.
Students needing additional time may require the student to stay longer.
You may pick up students via our drive-up loop or by walking up to the door at dismissal time.

There will be volunteers to help you. Parents may not enter the building.

**High School students will test only on the first day of testing.

Updates Prior to Testing: Updates will be posted to the regular HELP and the HELP e-resources loop as well as LCHEA and Legacy. In order to receive updates prior to testing you MUST be a member of a loop. If you are not already a member, please subscribe by sending an email to HELPeresource-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.

Test Results: Tests are scored and posted to a private site online. I will send each parent a link to each student’s results. Parents will be able to view and print the results at the website.

Checklist of items to bring to the test:
  • Two sharpened #2 pencils
  • A Ruler with metric and standard measurement
  • Blank scrap paper
  • Healthy, Self-Contained Lunch (no refrigeration or heating is provided)
  • Book to read when sections are completed early.

Calculator: Optional for students in 7th-12th grades only! Must be a battery powered four function, scientific or graphing calculator with characters no larger than 1” inch. All others are unacceptable, including QWERTY keypads, computers, organizers and calculators with paper tape.

Emergency Contact on testing days:
Anita Coward 843-813-5652
Download
Test and Parent Letter
H.E.L.P.​ - Take a look at other opportunities offered.

WHY TEACH THEATRE?

Theatre is a Science 
Theatre is Mathematical 
Theatre is a Foreign Language 
Theatre is History 
Theatre is Physical Education 
Theatre is Business 
Theatre is Technology 
Theatre is Economics
Theatre is taught not because you are expected to major in theatre, 
Not because you are expected to perform all through life, 
Not so you can relax, 
Not so you can have fun, 
But So you will recognize Beauty, 
So you will be Sensitive,
So you will be closer to an Infinite beyond this world, 
So you will have more Love, 
More Compassion More Gentleness, More Good, In short, More Life.
Of What value will it be to make a prosperous living Unless you know how to live?

That is why I teach theatre.