Homeschooling Teen

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Month: September 2013

Nicole Bianchi




Nicole Bianchi is a self-employed freelance web designer and WordPress consultant based in New York City. She also founded Inkwell Scholars Academy, a business that offers writing classes and private tutoring for middle school and high school students. The Inkwell Scholars website combines her two passions: writing and web design. “Since I learned how to […]

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University




“At Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, what we do — and do best — is teach the science, practice, and business of the world of aviation and aerospace.” Overview Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (generally referred to as Embry-Riddle or ERAU) is a private, not-for-profit, coeducational institution serving culturally diverse students seeking careers in aviation, aerospace, business, engineering, and […]

Space Exploration




NEW COLUMN! By Narrelle Gilchrist Since ancient times, humans have dreamed of “reaching for the stars.” During the past few decades, men have taken the first steps into a new frontier of possibility: outer space. Yet, people have wondered whether exploring outer space truly has more benefits than costs. I believe that it does. Space […]

What Is a Home Health Aide?




Ever wonder what a person who is a Home Health Aide (HHA) does? Read about what they do, their typical work life, and the necessary training and certification of HHAs. By Erica Morely What a Home Health Aide Does Home Health Aides, or HHAs for short, are medically trained aides who work with patients on […]

Helping Your Teen Through Trauma




By Ken Myers Image courtesy of Marin / FreeDigitalPhotos.net             Just being a teenager can be a traumatic time for many, but unfortunately other issues also can compound these problems. Divorce, abuse, death of a loved one, and other trauma can assault a teen in ways that are different than […]

Criteria to Look for in Homeschooling Services




By Martha Buckley As the American educational system continues to lose ground on the world stage, more and more parents are teaching their kids at home. Although morality and religion sometimes play a part in home-based academic instruction, there are also real and measurable scholastic advantages. Fact: SAT scores fell to their lowest level since […]

An Overview of College Student Loan Debt in America




Being homeschooled is a great experience, and can give you opportunities that you never would have had attending a public or even private high school. When you are getting ready to graduate, and looking toward college, how do you narrow down all the different school options? It can be a little more difficult, because you […]

Human vs. Machine




By Nick Maker   There have been lots of movies telling of a world of robots that took over the earth, like the Terminator, I Robot, and many other famous movies. Many people fear that the age of robots is upon us. Robots have more energy than we do as they show off their IQ points, […]

The Sports Report




By Caela The 2013-14 NFL Season Begins! The NFL season is finally here, it has been a long summer but it will be worth the wait. There has been quite a bit of changes in the NFL this summer. Brian Urlacher retired from a 13 year career with the Chicago Bears. Tim Tebow is now […]

Summer Camping Trip




By Josh My family always goes camping in the middle of August to pick raspberries and watch the Perseid Meteor Shower. So we packed our Ford Expedition and drove from our house in the desert up to the forest. On the way there, we stopped at a place called Garlic Paradise just off the freeway. […]

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards




The Razor’s Edge, by Madeleine Richey Are you a writer, a painter, a sculptor—an artist in any form? As a young artist, it can be hard to be recognized for your work and even harder if you are homeschooled and do not have a school that regularly hosts awards and provides opportunities to display your […]

The Golden Link, by Keira Moyer




Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily Arianna grew up with an overprotective legal guardian on the bad side of town… until she learned she’s the believed-dead twin sister of the princess. This book was very conflicting for me. On the one hand, it’s an amazing plot and very well thought out story. On the other, there’s […]

12 of the Best Free Android Games




By Dune Jumper & Super Searcher Tired of playing Angry Birds? We’ve compiled a list of our favorite mobile games that are completely free to play. (A few of them will want you to pay for special items such as extra levels and power-ups, but you can have fun playing these games without making any […]

Shinryaku! Ika Musume




Anime Review, by Xbolt The invader comes from the bottom of the sea! Ika Musume is about a fearsome squid girl who comes out of the ocean to subjugate humanity for constantly dumping trash into the water. Her first target is an unassuming beachside food stand, the Lemon. After punching a hole in the wall […]

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