BY Homeschool Teens, FOR Homeschool Teens!

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Jamie Grace: On Being Homeschooled

She graduated homeschool and started college at age 16, inspiring young people who have Tourette’s and other struggles in life.

Illinois Valley Community College

IVCC students make the transition from homeschooling to college.

How to Prepare for a Law Career Early in Your Education

It’s never too early to begin preparing for a law career.

How Homeschooling Can Help Your Teen Grow

Your job is to raise their natural curiosity and to expand their ability to find out and learn things on their own.

The Art of Poetry

This high school elective teaches the practice of reading and appreciating poetry.

College on a Low Budget

Here are some ideas that may help you get through college on a tight budget.

Higher Education: Pursuits and Degrees Worth Considering

Invest in one of these degrees or programs in some of the fastest-growing fields on the planet.

School and Career Options for Young Adults

There are a variety of careers you can contribute to while making a positive difference in the world around you.

Throwing Our Money to the Wind

Even after decades of subsidies, wind technology on a widespread scale remains unsustainable.

National Poetry Month

It’s the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month, which is dedicated to raising awareness about poetry.

Q&A With Alifia: Homeschooling Stereotypes & Others Part 1

Alifia answers a bunch of questions and numerous conjectures about homeschooling.

Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice

Olyvea and Ethan answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life.

Poem on Psalm 8

A poem by Hannah Barber.

Sheltering Tree Ranch

April is Autism Awareness Month. Here you can read about a homeschooling teen’s experiences volunteering with autistic children.

This Girl Is Different

This column features homeschooled characters in literature and film.

Trinity & Triunity by E. Charles Heinze

A Book Review by Naomi Downing.

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic takes place thousands of years before the rise of the Galactic Empire.

10 Cloverfield Lane

Zach reviews movies, books, and video games.

Zoe’s Art Corner: Adrien and Marinette

Zoe shares one of her pictures with a description of the subject, the story behind it, and the artistic process that went into it.

Ideas for Getting Teens More Interested in Chemistry

Ideas for bringing the science of chemistry to life for students.

Smartphone Class for Seniors Taught by Teen Homeschooler Helps Close the Generation Gap

Teaching senior citizens how to use smartphones has many benefits.

How to Organize Your Writing Desk

Organize your writing desk for efficiency, comfort, and health.


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  1. Hello!! Are all of you homeschooled for real!! It is so cool to have found this webpage especially for homeschooled teens!!!!

  2. Harrah! You do exist – an online mag made for and by homeschool teens. THANKYOU!

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