Happy April! The current issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
The featured homeschool graduate this month is Jamie Grace, whose uplifting messages inspire young people who have Tourette’s and other struggles.
Illinois Valley Community College helps homeschoolers transition from high school to college.
Looking for a literature elective? The Art of Poetry teaches the practice of reading and appreciating poetry. Speaking of which, it’s the 20th anniversary of National Poetry Month! So be sure to read Hannah’s poem!
April is also Autism Awareness Month. Alesha wrote an article telling all about her experiences volunteering with autistic children at Sheltering Tree Ranch.
Need advice about homeschooling and dating? Don’t miss Olyvea and Ethan‘s “Sugar & Spice” column! Alifia also answers a bunch of questions and numerous conjectures about homeschooling in Q&A with Alifia: Homeschooling Stereotypes and Others Part 1.
Consider one of these five degrees in the fastest-growing fields, as well as other exciting school and career options. Or do you aspire to be a lawyer? It’s never too early to prepare for a law career.
Find out How Homeschooling Can Help Your Teen Grow, plan ahead to get your kids through college on a low budget, and check out some great Ideas for Getting Teens More Interested in Chemistry!
Also in this issue:
Christian Magnuson, a 16-year-old homeschooler, teaches a smartphone class for senior citizens.
Narrelle explains how we’re “Throwing Our Money to the Wind,” because even after decades of subsidies, wind technology on a widespread scale remains unsustainable.
Zach reviews the movie 10 Cloverfield Lane, Nick reviews the game Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Naomi reviews the book Trinity & Triunity, and Tab reviews the young adult homeschool novel This Girl is Different.
Zoe created some more Miraculous Ladybug fanart.
And last but not least, this month’s infographic has lots of tips on How to Organize Your Writing Desk.