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Coordinator Resource Kit

We are looking for personable, organized, and responsible individuals to fill the Test Coordinator position. We rely on each Test Coordinator to organize a location for two days of testing, recruit proctors for each testing level offered, and advertise the location, date, and time to their local homeschool community.


Qualifications for Test Coordinators:

Must have a four-year college degree (B.S. or B.A.) in any discipline.


Must fulfill one of the following training obligations:

      • Current certification as a teacher in any state and experience in administering standardized achievement tests; or
      • At least one full year’s experience as a classroom teacher in a traditional school setting (should include experience administering standardized tests); or
      • Completion of training video which will be provided by Homeschool Testing Services.

Testing Coordinators must be organized, administrative, able to problem-solve, and work well with others. Coordinators must have good communication skills to inform families of their expectations.


    Responsibilities of Testing Coordinators:

    • Secure facility. Students test over 2 days from 9:00 a.m. to about 1:30 p.m. each day.
    • Schedule testing dates with Homeschool Testing Services
    • Work with the staff at Homeschool Testing Services to provide excellent service to the testers in your community. This includes
      • Security of the testing material the entire time it is in your possession
      • Organizing and shipping the testing material back to Homeschool Testing Services in a timely manner
    • Advertise your testing event.
    • Secure proctors. Proctors need at least four years of college experience, and have prior testing experience or view proctor training provided by Homeschool Testing Services. Please have proctors upload their diplomas HERE.
    • Submit a completed W-9. Test Coordinators are independent contractors with Homeschool Testing Services. They are not employees. Link can be found at the bottom of this page. Please scroll down.

    Helpful Tips:

    #1 Are you new? Need some guidelines on getting a facility? Your testing facility is very important! Look for a place where students can test without noise and interruption in a safe and welcoming environment. 

    #2 Check your box when it arrives. Are the tests correct? We do quality assurance at the warehouse but we are human and can make mistakes. There is a certain amount of time needed for shipping. We want to make sure the student have what they need.

    How to Apply

    • Have your diploma ready. You will need your 4-year college diploma as an image (.jpg) or PDF on a drive that is accessible for uploading into the form.
    • Complete the application form by clicking HERE.

    We look forward to hearing from you!


    Frequently Asked Questions

    How much do Test Coordinators earn?

    Compensation will be discussed after we receive your application. If you need more information sooner, please email


    How do I know if there is a need for a testing event in my area?

    New this year, you can see on this MAP a view of CTP and Stanford-10 On-Site testing events.


    How do I submit a new testing event and location?

    We've streamlined the application process, and now you can apply to be a testing event coordinator AND submit your testing event location details all on the same application form. If you have not already filled out the application, click HERE to complete the form. 


    How much time does it take to serve as a Test Coordinator?

    The time commitment of a Test Coordinator depends on how difficult it is to secure the facility and proctors in your area, and how much time you would like to spend on promotions and advertising. Test Coordinator training takes about an hour (more if you take advantage of additional resources), and is scheduled at your convenience. Coordinators are on site throughout testing, and spend time organizing testing materials beforehand as well as compiling materials after testing for submission back to HTS.