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In This Issue:
6-month Internship Opportunity for Homeschooled Young Men
Not quite ready for college but feel called to ministry? Consider an internship with the National Center for Family-Integrated Churches!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Jonathan Olsen: How I Became a Citizen Corps Volunteer
Due to my interest in a firefighting career I looked up volunteer opportunities at my local fire department, and found out about the Fire Corps and Community Emergency Response Team.
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
Tokyo Magnitude 8.0: “The World is Broken”
This work of fiction surrounding the circumstances of a massive earthquake in Tokyo is based on tremendous amounts of research.
Malala Yousafzai: A Story of Courage
By Narrelle Gilchrist. Malala Yousafzai’s spirit has reached all corners of the globe, and yet she is only sixteen years old!
Homeschooling: The School of Champions
By Rachel Salter. Homeschooling has given my family the opportunity to explore our own community as well as travel around the world. (Writing Contest Honorable Mention)
Teen Tech Talk
10 Free Must-Have Apps for Students
By Sasha. Students are more likely to be glued to an iPad than an assignment if given the chance, making it useful for education.
Curriculum Review: Dynamic Literacy’s WordBuild
Words are the building blocks of communication, and the more of them you know, the more likely you will be a good writer and speaker.
Rescuing Hope, by Susan Norris
Hope is as familiar as the girl next door. Like any young girl, she has dreams for her future, none of which include being trafficked.
Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years
By McKennaugh. We all have those moments of “Why did I do that?” or “Why didn’t I do that?” We all make mistakes. You, me, everybody.
Poems to Ponder
A Poem by Hannah Barber.
Country Girls Knowledge
Like a Dove
A Poem by Katie.
Life is What You Make of It
I Hear You Calling…
A poem by Serenity.
Homeschooling High School
Trusting for Our Teens
We all hope our children will grow up listening to our wisdom and never make any mistakes. I have two children, one who did listen and one who did not.
6 Essential Homeschooling Tips for Parents of Special Teens
It requires lots of patience and enormous endurance to deal with special teens and raise them up to face the real world.
The Sports Report
The 2014 Super Bowl, Winter Olympics, Australian Open, and other sport events in February.
Need a Clue?
By Nick Maker. I can’t wait until the Sochi Winter Games will come, why do I love the Olympic Games so much?
This is a fun game to play – just drive real fast and try not to crash. But please DO NOT drive like this in real life!
Make Your College Experience Uplifting By Preparing With These 5 Tips
Making your college experience better is possible with a bit of preparation and a clear outlook on your future plans and goals.
Boost Your Career With an Amplified Linkedin Profile
By Helen Dina. LinkedIn is a professional social platform to market your skills or expertise in a comprehensive and detailed resume.
Infographic: A Prep School Primer
Here’s an interesting look at prep schools across the country.