January Issue of Homeschooling Teen Magazine is Online!

Happy New Year! To celebrate the start of 2014, Homeschooling Teen has a whole new look! Check it out at HomeschoolingTeen.com!

In This Issue:

Homeschooling Teen Profile

Homeschooling Teen Profile: Austin Pruitt

Austin Pruitt was homeschooled for eleven years, from 2nd grade through 12th grade. He is now completing his undergraduate degree at Harding University with a full academic scholarship.


Guest Column

New Things to Try with Your Homeschooler in 2014

Homeschooling a teenager holds a lot of challenges and as always, parents are anxious to get it right. While there’s no one-stop solution to all your problems, being open to …


Xbolt’s Anime Reviews

Chuunibyou demo Koi ga Shitai!

Chuunibyou (aka Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions) is about Yuuta Togashi, a freshman in high school. While in middle school, he suffered from “adolescent delusions” (chuunibyou)…


Game Reviews

ASU Studies How Computer Games Can Strengthen Families

I have fond memories of growing up in the 1990s, when our whole family – Dad, Mom, and boys – would gather around the computer after dinner to play Myst, …


Book Reviews

Christy Miller Collection

By Emily Rachelle.


Nonfiction Features

Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal

Coming this month! Pre-order the Mere Christianity Critical Analysis Journal before January 20th, 2014 using the code MERE-15 and receive a 15% discount on the print edition.


Need a Clue?

Is It Hard To Change?

By Nick Maker. Oh how I hate it! My mom changes stuff all the time and I have to get used to it.


Razor’s Edge

Reminder: Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

By Madeleine Richey. This month I want to encourage you to submit to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards again, and to remind you that the deadlines are this month.


Narrelle’s Column

A Dystopian Future: The Worlds of 1984 and Brave New World: Part 2

By Narrelle Gilchrist.


Travel & Recreation

Facts About Servicing Your Car

Infographic: Whether you do it yourself or take your car to a professional service technician, a maintenance schedule will help keep your vehicle safe, dependable, and on the road longer.


The World Around Us

What You Need To Know

By Brittany Nichole Collett. Is this the generation of change? I hope so. And hopefully, after you have finished reading this article you’ll know what to do to change it.


Teen Tech Talk

Professional Use of Social Media Sites for College Students & Graduates

Infographic: Having a professional presence on your personal social media sites is extremely important, especially if you’re searching for a job.



Why You Should Speak Up at Work

Even though it is important to speak your opinions at work, you must be careful and know when you should speak up and when you should just stay quiet.


College Life

From Homeschooling to College: The Need for Knowledge of Responsible Sex

By Jennifer L. College allows students to move out of their family house, granting them a relatively high level of independence. But along with freedom should come responsibility.


Homeschooling High School

Five Major Benefits of Homeschooling Your Teens

By April L. Are you thinking about homeschooling your teen? If so, you are not alone. More and more parents today are taking on the role as instructor.


Homeschool Friendly College

Bryant & Stratton College

Bryant & Stratton is a unique college that offers a mix of challenging academics, practical education, and real world experience through a flexible, contemporary curriculum in a personalized environment.


Poems to Ponder

The Beauty of You

A poem, by Hannah Barber.


Country Girls Knowledge

A New Year

A poem, by Katie.


Life is What You Make of It

Winter Wonderland

A poem, by Serenity.



Writing Contest Winner: Kyle Tappendorf

Read Kyle Tappendorf’s winning essay.



Writing Contest Winner: Maddi Burton

Read Maddi Burton’s winning essay.



Our Winning T-shirt Design!

The winning entry in our t-shirt design contest was made by teen homeschool artist Isaiah Secklin.

Updated: January 13, 2014 — 1:11 pm

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