If you are interested in enrolling your child in Quality Time Learning Center.

  • The first step is to schedule an enrollment tour to visit our campus and learn about our enrichment programs. Please review the program options available on our website and call or book online to schedule an appointment to tour with our Admissions staff.
  • After the tour, you can return the Registration Application and Tuition Contract with the registration fee to begin the enrollment process.
  • For students entering our Academic Threes, Pre-K, and Kindergarten programs, you will need to schedule an assessment with our teaching staff before selecting a start date.
  • Once a start date has been selected, our Administration Office will help you complete medical forms, pick-up and release forms, emergency contact forms, and any medication administration forms your child may need.
  • If your child is enrolling in our school-age enrichment program (Before & After care), we will also require a recent passport size photo, proof of date of birth, academic records, behavior management records, standardized test scores, and educational evaluations.
  • For children who have attended other schools, we may also ask for verification of their previous academic performance and discipline status.
  • Finally, the application will be reviewed by QTLC’s Directors to determine your child’s compatibility for placement. You will be notified of the admission decision.
  • If you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour, please call us at 301-588-3350. We look forward to meeting you and welcoming your child into our exceptional learning environment at Quality Time Learning Center.


Stanford 10 (SAT10) test.

The Stanford 10 (SAT10) tests are widely used assessments that evaluate the academic skills of children from kindergarten through grade 12. These tests are often administered to determine a child’s readiness for promotion to a higher grade or to meet state and local testing requirements.

Introduced in 1950, the Stanford 10 is a paper-and-pencil test that measures academic
competency in various areas. It is available in six different forms, including the SAT10 Complete Battery, SAT10 Basic Battery, and SAT10 Survey. Each form uses multiple-choice and open-ended questions to assess skills in reading/language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.

The SAT10 is a standardized test, meaning that norms were established during the test’s design phase by administering it to a large representative sample of students. The test is typically administered in a group setting in the classroom and can take between one-and-a-half to over five hours to complete.

The test is scored by the company that publishes the SAT10 and the school receives individual test reports with scale scores and national percentiles.
The scale score represents a child's performance on the assessment, while the national percentile indicates the percentage of students in the norm group who scored lower than the child. The scoring may be based on the total number of correct answers or through item-pattern scoring that considers the difficulty level of correct responses and their interrelationships.

To familiarize students with the test format, teachers may conduct practice test sessions prior to the actual SAT10 testing. However, the test publisher recommends against pre-test coaching or test study programs, as the SAT10 aims to measure a child’s current educational achievement level.

Quality Time SAT10 Historical Performance.