Happy July! Have a fun 4th!
Welcome two new columnists this month! Aria will be contributing a variety of articles from a Christian perspective; while Grace will write about leadership, holistic health and wellness.
Our featured homeschooling teen is world traveler Hannah Miller, aka “Edventure Girl.” Do you know the difference between a Bible Institute, Bible College, Christian University, Divinity School, and Theological Seminary? Find out in this issue! Also, you will be amazed to learn that the history of distance education dates back to 1728! This month there are lots of articles with college and career advice. For example, if you enjoy writing, you may be interested in “Top 10 Career Tips for Beginning Writers.” If you dread having to write essays, check out the 10 EdTech tools that make essay writing easier.
Olyvea and Ethan give their usual great advice, Narrelle wrote an article on what it’s like to participate in Speech & Debate, and Sherah reports on the mystery of the missing artwork at Boston Public Library. Be sure to read Millie’s article on “The Christian’s 4th of July,” Rachel’s devotional on “Notes from Watching a Sunrise,” and Hannah’s poem on “Rainy Days.” View Nick’s list of top ten games that he can’t wait to play. Read reviews of Special A, Passion and Purity, and All the Bright Places. Plus, see how to enter the Great Bible Race (to be held on July 31st) for a chance to be in the Guinness Book of World Records!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Hannah has traveled to over 24 countries on five different continents with her parents and three younger brothers.
Homeschool Friendly College
What is the Difference Between a Bible Institute, Bible College, Christian University, Divinity School, and Theological Seminary?
So you want to be a writer. How do you make the first steps in this career?
Homeschooling High School
Higher education affords plenty of options for prospective students, so the key will be to find the perfect fit and environment.
The World Around Us
Don’t be afraid to take chances, make changes, and try something new if you are unsure what your passion is.
Discover more about the importance of selecting the right college to learn how you can get the most out of your education.
An MBA isn’t just for jobs in business, banking, and finance. An MBA is also helpful for achieving your creative dreams.
A personal overview of one of my favorite high school activities: speech and debate.
Boston Public Library’s mystery of the missing Rembrandt engraving from 1634 and the Dürer print from 1504.
True Grace Keeper
NEW COLUMN! Aria will contribute a variety of articles from a Christian perspective.
Notes of Purpose
Lately, I have been doing something I should have begun doing ages ago. I have been climbing up on the roof to watch the sunrise.
Poems to Ponder
A poem, by Hannah Barber.
Christians should look at this day as a reminder of the freedom we’ve received from sin through Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior.
Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice
Olyvea Pancerella and Ethan Faulkes answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life in general.
NEW COLUMN! Teen leader Grace Snarr will inspire you to create the life you love through wellness and whole being.
A Book Review by Naomi Downing.
Adriana Gabrielle Reads
A Book Review by Adriana Gabrielle.
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
It’s fun to watch this anime about the silly antics and crazy adventures of a group of intellectually gifted, super wealthy students.
Need a Clue?
This is my list of top ten games I can’t wait to come home and play!
If you’re indecisive about what academic discipline you want to pursue, consider one of these four smart STEM degrees.
Teen Tech Talk
You may not think that essays and technology go together, but these EdTech tools will make writing essays a lot easier.
The Great Bible Race makes the world’s holiest book an interactive experience.
You may be surprised to know that distance learning is not a modern phenomenon; in fact, it dates back to the 1700s!
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