Homeschooling Teen

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Homeschooling Teen – September 2017

The September issue of HomeschoolingTeen magazine is online!

Derrick Shealy: Homeschooler Nets a Shot at College Lacrosse

The lack of a local team didn’t stop this homeschooled athlete from earning a slot on a college lacrosse roster.
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Make the Most of Study Time with These 3 Hacks

Using these hacks will help you stay motivated and enjoy learning.
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How to Draw Better

Drawing is a fun and easy high school credit.
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Huntington University Arizona Center for Digital Media Arts

HUAZ offers a faith-based digital media arts program in Peoria, AZ.

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Princeton Review’s Annual College Rankings, 2018 Edition

The Princeton Review’s 26th annual “Best 382 Colleges” is out!

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Scholarship Opportunities for Aspiring Tradesmen and Women

Scholarship opportunities available to aspiring trades workers.

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7 College Degrees for the Traveler

Seven college degrees that will allow you to support yourself while living out your dream of seeing the world.

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My Trip to Washington, DC

See what Manny learned on his tour of Washington, DC!

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American History for Teens – Best Young Adult Historical Fiction Books

Young adult historical fiction books are both entertaining and educational.

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Teen Soldiers in the “Field of Lost Shoes”

A movie about a group of teenagers who fought in the Civil War.

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The Evolution of the Liberal Church

Clergymen betraying the faith they profess is nothing new.

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Hurricane Harvey and the Social Media Storm

With social media and the 24-hour news cycle, major disasters now involve public participation like never before.

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EXIT: The Appeal of Suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.

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Gardening with STEM: How to Start a Garden

Gardening is a great STEM learning activity.

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Less is More: The Tiny House Movement

The tiny house movement is an architectural and social movement that advocates living simply in small homes.

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Read all of these articles online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!

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