The Delta Mu Chapter of the National Home School Honor Society is open to members of the Upcountry Homeschool Association, LLC.
In order to qualify the student must meet the following:
Be a current member of the Upcountry Homeschool Association, LLC
Current GPA (3.5 grade point average on a four-point scale)
A test score of 88 (CLT), 97 (CLT 10), 97 (CLT 8); 1200 (SAT), 1200 (PSAT), 1170(PSAT 10), 1090 (PSAT 8/9 for a 9th grade student), 1020 (PSAT 8/9 for an 8th grade student); 26 (ACT), 26 (Pre-ACT 10); a 90% composite score on the Iowa ITBS or ITED); 90% on the total battery (the score listed under the National PR-S or PR column) on the Stanford; or 90% total score (listed under the NPR column) on the Terra Nova 2 (CAT 6) 2nd Edition nationally normed standardized achievement tests is required for ESA membership. When taking the Iowa ITBS, Iowa ITED, Stanford or Terra Nova 2 (CAT 6) the complete battery including science, social studies, language arts, spelling, reading, mathematics, and vocabulary must be taken. We do not accept the basic battery or core battery for admission. The test score must come from one test. Section scores from different tests may not be combined to achieve the required test score for membership. Although some college scholarship applications accept super scoring, we do not.
Test scores must not be more than 1 year old.
All tests must be administered in a group setting if a parent is helping with the test administration. If a group setting is not possible, a non-family member may administer the test in a one-on-one setting, as long as the parent does not have access to the test. Parent administered tests are not acceptable.
Complete 10 hours of community service during the school year (between July 1 – April 30)
$25 annual membership dues, in addition to your UHA accountability membership fees. This helps to cover the cost of the Delta Mu Chapter, plus the national dues of each member.
Registration is open June 1-September 30, 2023