Homeschooling Teen

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Homeschooling Teen – May 2016

Happy May! The current issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!

Sparky-gradHomeschooling Teen magazine will be losing quite a few columnists after they graduate this month. But even though we’re sad to see them go, we’re happy for them as they embark on exciting new adventures!

Congratulations to Narrelle, Naomi, Adriana, Hannah, Olyvea and Ethan… and to the rest of the homeschool class of 2016! 🙂

The featured homeschool graduate this month is Addie Opitz of Omaha, Nebraska, who doesn’t look anything like the stereotypical homeschooler.

The homeschool friendly college is University of Alaska Fairbanks, an internationally renowned public research university that offers Graduate, Bachelors, Associates, and Certificate degrees.

What happens when a juvenile delinquent is sent to live with a homeschool family? Find out in Surviving the Applewhites, by Stephanie Tolan.

Vermont-based ReTribe Retreats for Teens offers two different types of transformational summer teen retreats. Check them out!

Attention college applicants! Your chances of getting into the right college can be greatly improved if you plan and present a unique application. Learn how to do that in Admission Ticket: What It Takes to Get into the School of Your Dreams.

Heading off to college? A support system can greatly increase your ability to succeed and feel more at ease in your first year. Learn more in Freshman Firsts: How to Find a Support System Your First Year Away.

Need study tips? Here are 6 Tips to Encourage Good Study Habits at Home.

Is it time for you to take Driver’s Ed? Is your goal simply to get a license… or to drive collision-free? Driver Ed in a Box is the best parent-taught driving curriculum for teens.

Attention all math geeks! Choose a degree that will make the most of your mathematical gifts. Mathematical Minds: 4 Best Degrees for Math Geniuses explores four of the best degrees for you.

Can’t decide on a major? If you want to leave your career options open and not be tied to a particular field, read Degrees That Allow You to Work in Many Different Industries.

Prefer to study online? Learning Without the Classroom: 4 Majors to Investigate Further lists four popular online degrees that will lead to respected careers.

Have a passion for helping people? Consider a career in healthcare! Find out how in How To Get A More Competitive Edge In The Health Industry Starting Now.

Do you know what retinoblastoma is? Most pediatricians aren’t even familiar with this rare childhood cancer – but Narrelle knows all about it from personal experience. Read her article, Retinoblastoma: How We Can Save Lives.

Also in This Issue:

Olyvea and Ethan of Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice say goodbye…

Adriana Gabrielle reviews Tuesdays with Morrie.

Sherah says it’s official: Harriet Tubman is Set to Grace the Front Of the $20 Bill.

Alisha tells about Autism Awareness & Sheltering Tree Ranch’s 3rd Annual 5K Challenge.

In Art is Such Crap, Nick describes how he realized that art is what the artist sees.

Zoe drew a pretty My Little Pony Character: Daisy Sparks, and her brother Zach reviews Deadpool.

Who’s more stylish? Batman or Superman? You decide, after looking at the infographic Batman vs. Superman: Battle of the Bedrooms.

Read all of these articles online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!

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