Sheri Gervais, B.S.I.E., M.Ed.
• A test score of 580 or greater on the
Parent administered tests are not acceptable. Test scores should not be more than 1 year old. These standards are not negotiable.* Taken from the 2008 College Board SAT - College Bound Seniors Group Totals Report Table 13
Mu Eta Sigma is limited to Homeschooled students.
Age - Qualified students shall be those who have entered grades 9th – 12th.
Home-Educated - Qualified students must be homeschooled students whose education is managed by their parents or legal guardians. A qualified student’s education may include the use of tutors, video courses, Internet courses, college correspondence courses, classes in cooperation with other homeschooled students, and other creative methods that supplement home education.
Public & Privately Funded Education - Students who are primarily enrolled in a public or private school system (thus eligible for Mu Alpha Theta membership) are not eligible for membership in Mu Eta Sigma, the Homeschool Math Honor Society. A student is “primarily enrolled” in a private or public school for MES purposes if more than 50% of that student's education is provided by the school. MES defines the public school system to include public schools, tax-funded charter schools, tax-funded independent study programs, or any other form of education that is subject to legal restrictions solely because it is funded by government money or property.
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