HOME Digital Portfolio Reviews

Sending your portfolios just got easier!

HOME portfolio review options now include an electronic version. Your portfolio can be emailed to HOME. Only the teacher reviewing the portfolio will view the digital file, and all files will be deleted once the review is complete and assessment letter is sent.


Portfolios can be completed on your computer and sent electronically, or saved to a flash drive and mailed to the HOME office at PO Box 159, Camden, ME 04843.


* If you already registered for a group portfolio review that has been cancelled, and would like to change your registration to a digital review, please contact us to make this change and  request the digital file.


How It Works

The digital portfolio file includes all of the pages that are required in a portfolio, including subject cover pages, reading lists, field trip logs, journal entries, and an attendance sheet. All of these pages can be easily typed into to include information about the subjects and material covered.
There are also 8 pages per subject for you to insert either .pdf or .jpg images of your work samples. Since 2 samples per subject, per quarter are required, there are 8 pages per subject included. We realize that some subjects are not covered for the entire year, so some pages may be left blank.
Once your file is complete, email it to HOME for review by one of HOME's Maine certified teachers! You will receive your assessment results by email or mail, whichever you prefer. 

* Mac users will need to download a free .pdf editor in order to insert work samples. PDF expert has been tested with HOME's digital file and offers a free 7 day trial.

** Due to COVID-19 and the cancellation of group reviews, the 2020 deadline to register AND submit your digital portfolio is August 1. After that, a $10 late fee will apply. 


Pre-registration for a digital portfolio review is non-refundable! Once registration is complete, the digital file will be emailed to you within 24 - 36 hours. If you do not receive it, please email Connie Overlock with your questions.