Congratulations to the Class of 2014! Homeschooling Teen magazine wishes all the best to this year’s graduates – whether you’re graduating from junior high, senior high, or college! If you’re interested in summer travel or a gap year adventure, be sure to read the article about Miro and find out how you can meet up with him and his mom in Peru!
In This Issue:
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Miro’s World Schooling Adventure
For the past five years, 15-year-old Miro Siegel and his mom have been immersing themselves in international travel as an alternative form of education called world schooling.
Homeschool Friendly College
Sierra Nevada College (SNC) is a private, non-sectarian liberal arts college with an 18-acre campus on the north shore of Lake Tahoe.
Homeschooling High School
Advantages of Education Related Technology
Technology in the field of education is providing better opportunities to students and teachers alike.
Six Ways to Improve Your Relationship With Your Roommates
It’s in your best interest to follow these tips and do the best you can to get along well with your roommates.
Emergency management professionals develop plans and procedures for responding to natural disasters, terrorism, and other emergencies.
The World Around Us
Illegal Border Traffic is Hazardous to the Environment
Illegal border traffic is ruining some of the most beautiful and fragile natural environments in North America.
Poems to Ponder
A Poem by Hannah Barber.
Life is What You Make of It
A poem by Serenity.
Country Girls Knowledge
My first summer away from home I got my sister back and my first time on an airplane was a first class experience.
Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years
What a Bright Orange Lamp Can Teach You
Fuzzy old lamps aren’t on God’s list of treasures that can be transported to heaven.
Sticking a label on a person… limits individuality and denies a person the opportunity to be who he or she truly is.
Need a Clue?
When you first read the title, how did it make you feel? Not good, right?
Someone recommended this book to me and it took about five years to actually decide to read it. Don’t wait like I did.
Adriana Gabrielle Reads
Book Review: Rising, by Holly Kelly
Xanthus Dimitriou is on a mission to save mankind from annihilation. But first there’s one small thing he needs to do…
Teen Tech Talk
8 Great Apps for Summer Learning
Here are some of the best apps which can help busy homeschoolers continue their learning all summer long in an easy, fun, and stress-free way.
Lucidity is a game made by LucasArts, but it’s a magical storybook experience that’s very different from Star Wars.
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
If you like serious animes, female heroines, cultural studies, firearms, road trips, and/or food for thought – you will enjoy this!
Homeschool Stereotypes, by Gabrielle Reed
Writing Contest Honorable Mention.
Superfoods are good for your body inside and out. With lots of nutrients but not a lot of calories, they pack a big PUNCH!
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