The October issue of Homeschooling Teen is online! View this month’s magazine at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
Welcome a new columnist – Alifia, a 13-year-old homeschooler from Indonesia! The name of her column is “Marvelous Little Discovery.”
Read about Gabriel and Sarah Chrisman, who are living a Victorian lifestyle in the 21st century.
The featured college for this month is San Diego Christian College.
Narrelle reports on the winners and losers in the second Republican Presidential debate, Sherah reports on New York Fashion Week, Nick offers some great tips on how to stop procrastinating, Olyvea and Ethan give their usual thoughtful advice, Rachel shares her thoughts on poverty, Alesha writes about homeless animals, Millie describes what Heaven is like, and Aria ponders the “Old Paths.”
Zoe drew a beautiful picture of Carol and Daryl from “The Walking Dead,” and Hannah wrote a wonderful poem titled “Autumn Leaves.”
There is a book review on Found: God’s Will, another book review on A Monster Calls, a game review of Fallout Shelter, and an anime review of Mokke.
Also in this issue: a new color test helps teens find a career; top 4 most popular undergraduate degrees; how sociology can become a satisfying and rewarding degree path; an infographic on “10 Smart Tips for Effective Learning;” and two articles that tell how to create an e-portfolio – one of which is on LinkedIn.
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Living a Victorian lifestyle in the 21st century!
Homeschool Friendly College
This small high-tech Christian liberal arts college is located in beautiful Southern California.
Sociology dives into studies of people and groups, and can lead to a rewarding career.
Homeschooling High School
Portfolios are an ideal way for homeschoolers to document their personal, academic, and professional development.
This article introduces the four most popular undergraduate degrees.
A new way to explore potential careers.
Teen Tech Talk
This isn’t your Dad’s LinkedIn!
Read about five degrees that science and technology fanatics love.
Marvelous Little Discovery
NEW COLUMN! Alifia is a homeschooler from Indonesia.
Notes of Purpose
My problem with poverty is I’ve never really lived in it.
Life Through a Teen’s Eyes
Homeless animal facts and ways to help.
Poems to Ponder
A poem by Hannah Barber.
Need a Clue?
Have more time to do your gaming, or whatever it is you do in your free time.
Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice
Olyvea and Ethan answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life in general.
Four NYFW Spring 2016 collections that stood out among the rest.
The roller-coaster ride of the 2016 primary has only just begun.
True Grace Keeper
Like the old paths we walked before, so should we walk again.
Millie describes what Heaven is like.
Six steps to finding what God’s will is in your life.
Adriana Gabrielle Reads
This monster is something different, something ancient, something wild.
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
An anime about two sisters and their encounters with supernatural creatures.
This app puts you in control of a state-of-the-art underground Vault.
Zoe’s Art Corner
Zoe shares one of her pictures with a description of the subject, the story behind it, and the artistic process that went into it.
Personalize. Systematize. Diversify. Focus. Connect. Organize. Comfort. Think. Simplify. Engage.
View this month’s magazine online at HomeschoolingTeen.com
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