Homeschooling Teen Magazine needs submissions from teens like YOU! Do you have an idea? Send it in! If you have a story to tell, we want to know! Maybe you’ve written a poem that our readers would enjoy, or perhaps you want to bring attention to someone who deserves recognition. Send us your editorials and essays, reviews and reports. Contributions can be serious or lighthearted. We also welcome submissions from homeschool alumni! The following list of topics will give you some creative ideas and examples of things we are looking for:
- Participation in Community Events
- Volunteer Activities
- Awards & Achievements
- Special Projects
- Hobbies & Pastimes
- Work Experience
- Career Plans
- Teen Entrepreneurs
- Homeschooling Teen Profiles
- Homeschool Friendly Colleges
- Recipes (original)
- Short Fiction (original, up to 3000 words)
- Non-Fiction Articles
- Poems (original)
- Book Reviews
- Movie Reviews
- Music Reviews
- Favorite Websites
- Cartoons (original)
- Homeschool Jokes
- Funny Homeschool Anecdotes
- Bright Ideas
- Press Releases
- Anything of interest to teen homeschoolers
- Scroll down to view some specific contributions we are seeking!
By submitting your work to us, you give Homeschooling Teen permission to publish your work on our website and/or in our magazine. As the author you will retain the copyright and the rights to publish your work elsewhere. That’s only fair since we can’t offer any compensation other than the satisfaction of seeing your work in print. We cannot guarantee, however, that all submissions will be accepted. Content must be well-written and provide reader interest. Please e-mail submissions (and accompanying photos if available) along with your name and age to:
Do you enjoy writing? We welcome content from readers and we’re always seeking submissions, so feel free to send in yours at any time! (See the above list for ideas.) Please e-mail your submission along with your name and age to .
Have a real passion for journalism? You can be a Homeschooling Teen reporter/columnist! Click here for details, and then contact us if you are interested in joining our teen writing staff.
If you’ve traveled, studied abroad, gone on a mission trip, or live outside the United States of America, please tell us about your experiences in that country!
Shed some light on history! If you are a homeschooling teen re-enactor, we’d love to hear about it and the time period you represent!
Are you a homeschooling teen entrepreneur? Have you successfully launched a business or created a new product? If you (or someone you know) has a great free enterprise story to tell, we want to hear it!
Homeschooling Teen is seeking college students to write about life on campus. If you are a homeschool graduate attending college, we’d love to have you share your experiences and insights about what to expect in regard to campus culture, academics, social aspects, time management, study tips, etc. to help upcoming freshmen prepare for their first year at college.
We accept original poems and poetry creations written by homeschooling teens — from free verse and haiku to ballads and sonnets. The tone of your poem can be humorous and fun, or serious and thoughtful — and the subject may be an expression of joy, love, spirituality, sadness, family values, relationships, the world around us, or anything of emotional importance to you. Poems must be at least three lines long and include your first name and age.
Do you draw cartoons? We would love to publish yours in Homeschooling Teen! Please write and tell us about the type of cartoon you create (single pane, strip, etc.), the topics you cover (current events, homeschool life, etc.), and send us a sample along with your name and age.
Do you like to sketch or paint? We welcome original artwork created by homeschooling teens for publication in our magazine. Take a digital photograph or scan a copy of your work and send it to us along with your name and age. Other forms of creative illustration are also accepted, such as graphic design and photography.
For all of the above, please e-mail submissions (and accompanying photos if available) along with your name and age to: