Month: September 2010


        CollegePlus! is an alternative approach to earning recognized undergraduate credentials. It’s actually a Christian coaching program that helps students earn their bachelor’s degrees faster, for less, and for sure through CLEP exams, online courses, and onsite classes from local colleges and universities. Depending on their major, students may use all three […]

Natalie Wickham

  Natalie Wickham was homeschooled from 4th grade through college alongside her five siblings. After graduating from high school, Natalie continued her education through distance learning. In March 2006, she achieved her goal of becoming a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music. Natalie owns and operates a successful piano studio. In addition to her involvement in […]

Study Smart

There is only one way to get good grades, and that is by studying and applying yourself. Sincere motivation, along with some decent effort, will help you to do well in school. You can start developing good study habits by approaching your studies with a positive attitude and arranging your home environment to encourage learning. […]


Chauffeurs operate limousines, vans, and private cars. They provide transportation for special occasions, and for times when it’s inconvenient for customers to drive their own cars or use public transportation. They may work for hire, or they may work for private businesses, government agencies, or wealthy individuals. Many chauffeurs transport travelers in large vans between […]


An Anime Review by Xbolt. The word “Clannad” is derived from “clan,” the Irish word for family. And that’s really what is at the heart of the anime; the building of families. Not just actual relatives, but a close circle of friends who are like family. Tomoya Okazaki is a high school delinquent, who is […]

The Evolution Handbook

College Bound Reading List The Evolution Handbook, by Vance Ferrell On Saturday, August 21, we attended a Creation Seminar at Desert View Bible Church in Phoenix. The featured speaker was Russ Miller of Creation, Evolution and Science Ministries, The seminar, geared towards equipping believers in their faith, was titled “What Your Teachers Can’t Tell […]

The World Around Us

NEW COLUMN! The World Around Us, by Evangeline WHAT comes to your mind when current events are mentioned? Seemingly endless reporting assignments? Or maybe you’re thinking about the stack of social studies papers that has to be completed? Let me tell you a secret about me. I abhor current events assignments. I think they are […]