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Letter from the Editor: August/September 2022

This month’s articles offer a variety of ideas to make the most of your back-to-school time, as well as to help parents support their teens in the transition back to school.

Alena Wicker: Youngest Black Person Accepted into a Medical School in the US

At just 13 years old, Alena Analeigh Wicker is set to become the youngest Black medical student in US history.

5 Ways to Give Your Homeschooler a Break Before School Starts

Teens need time to goof off and forget about other people's expectations before school starts again.

How to Address Physical Education with Your Homeschooled Teen

Don't be fooled by the myth that Physical Education is not an academic endeavor.

Smart Practices for Homeschooling Organization for Teens

Homeschooling organization creates an environment conducive to learning that will aid your teen by eliminating distractions that could lessen learning.

5 Ways to Encourage your Homeschooled Teen to Develop Effective Study Habits

Here are some tips to help your homeschool teen develop effective study habits that will serve them well in college.

Arizona College of Nursing (it’s in other states, too)

Even if you don't have a GED or high school diploma, you can still begin your journey in healthcare today at the Arizona College of Nursing!

5 Popular Careers to Educate Your Homeschooled Teen On

Here are some popular careers your teenager can choose from, based on a variety of interests.

Why Homeschooled Teens Must Think About Their Careers

Homeschoolers need to plan for what careers they might want to pursue in the future, and thinking about it is an essential first step.

Book Review: The Heir and the Spare

"The Heir and the Spare" by Kate Stradlin, wherein a bunch of bullies find out their victim is a princess.

20 Reasons Why Homeschoolers Love Amazon

Amazon takes the idea of “one-stop-shopping” to a whole new level.

Teaching Your Homeschooled Teen About Civic Responsibility

If you're homeschooling your teens and want them to be conscientious and ethical citizens, here are some ways you can teach them Civic Responsibility.

5 Outdoor Boredom Busters for Homeschool Teens

Outdoor recreational activities are boredom busters that can pay dividends in your student’s focus, happiness and energy.

How To Give Your Homeschooled Teens a Much-Needed Break

Your homeschooled teens work hard, so give them some time off now and then. Everyone needs a break!

Biblical Reasons to Homeschool

Whose wisdom are your children being taught? Here are some Biblical Reasons to Homeschool.

Advice Paradise: Homeschooling High School

Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!

7 Fun Ways to Keep Your Teen Active and Healthy

Here are some tips on how to keep your teen active and healthy so they don't get behind in their learning.

Homeschooler Severely Burned in Science Experiment

Barrett McKim, a 12-year-old homeschool student, was severely burned in a science experiment gone horribly wrong.

3 Ways to Get Your Teens Off Their Screens

While there's nothing wrong with a certain amount of screen time, teens shouldn't have too much.

10 Scholarships for Christian Students

Christian students can tap into a specialized niche of scholarships especially for them.

How To Help Your Homeschooler with a Speech Impediment

Speech patterns that are cute for kindergarteners can become an embarrassing speech impediment for teens.

7 Comments

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  3. This looks like a great site. Is it current?

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