Happy February! The current issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
In honor of Black History Month, Sherah lists celebrations of black history, culture, and heritage taking place across the country, while Narrelle reviews Go Set a Watchman.
The featured teen this month is Stephen Zhang, a homeschooler in Australia who had a perfect end-of-year VCE score without ever setting foot in high school.
In another article, Alifia explains what it’s like to homeschool in Indonesia.
Additionally, Osborn’s article compares views about homeschooling in the US and UK.
Read about Atari Vault and the National STEM Video Game Challenge, plus take a look at 71 Free Online Courses and Tutorials You Haven’t Tried Before.
Olyvea and Ethan tactfully answer readers’ questions regarding some difficult dilemmas, and Nick gives ideas on how to deal with stress, while Jennifer addresses homeschool stereotypes with objectivity and truthfulness, showing both the good and bad sides of homeschooling.
Did you know…? Oral Roberts University was one of the first universities to welcome homeschoolers. As one of the top five healthiest universities in America, this year they started a pioneering program that requires their students to wear Fitbit fitness trackers!
Also in this issue:
And finally, Tab reviews a book about a naive 17-year-old homeschooled girl who imagines herself as a Gothic heroine. Can you guess the name of this classic?
Read all of these articles online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
P.S. We miss our long-running anime column. If someone wants to take over the anime reviews, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.