Homeschooling Teen – July 2019

The July 2019 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online!

This month we’re featuring music prodigy Emily Bear and homeschool-friendly college Arizona Christian University. (Did you know that ACU is relocating to a larger campus?) There are lots of great articles about such varied topics as online friends, students with disabilities, car colors, odd sleeping practices around the world, books inspired by dreams, and much more. We even have a couple of poems and a short story. Enjoy!

Editor’s Column

Homeschooling Teen – July 2019

Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19 BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!

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Homeschooling Teen Profile

Emily Bear: Gifted Musical Prodigy

Emily Bear is a 17-year-old composer and piano virtuoso who creates music that transcends genres.

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Homeschool Friendly College

Arizona Christian University is Taking Flight!

Arizona Christian University has taken over the campus that formerly housed ASU’s Thunderbird School of Global Management.

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Homeschooling High School

What Teens With Summer Gigs Can Learn From Large Companies

Summer gigs allow industrious teens to build successful entrepreneurial opportunities.

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Homeschool Electives

British Christian Authors of the 19th & 20th Century

By studying British Christian Authors, high school students can learn college-level composition skills while reading great literature.

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College Life

How to Be Safe When Meeting an Online Friend in Person

The do’s and don’ts of online relationships for teens, and how to go about meeting an online friend in person.

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Careers

Careers Helping Students with Disabilities

Careers for those interested in helping students with disabilities, as well as career opportunities for those with autism.

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Travel & Recreation

What Car Colors are the Best?

Car colors are subject to historical fluctuation and popular trends. But have you ever wondered why so many cars these days look the same?

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Her Homeschooled Highness Reviews

The Humans – Matt Haig

When an extraterrestrial visitor arrives on Earth, his first impressions of the humans are less than positive.

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Poems to Ponder

Two Poems

Two poems written by Kenzie: “Little Miss Weird” and “To Be You.”

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Readers Write

Candy Store

If you are on a diet and you have to struggle to pull off a trip to the candy store, try using my brilliant strategy to get you through it.

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Product Reviews

Top Ten Baby Board Books for Shower Gifts

Reading aloud to babies can help them soak up all of the words you’re using, which can boost their language skills as they begin to speak.

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Game Reviews

CyberPunk 2077 Collector’s Edition Preorder Fail

I tried to preorder the Cyberpunk 2077 Collector’s Edition, only to be beaten by scalp bots.

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Teen Tech Talk

Building Information Modeling (BIM) as a Career Opportunity

BIM technology is a paradigm shift in the construction industry, but it’s expected to become standard practice in both large and small firms.

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STEM Time

National Debt Relief Scholarship for STEM Majors

STEM majors: come up with a unique way to solve the $1+ trillion dollar student loan crisis for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship!

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Scholarships

CreditSoup Scholarship 2019

All applications for the CreditSoup Scholarship 2019 must be submitted by December 15, 2019.

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Read the Bible

What is Your Purpose in Life

Read the Bible and find your purpose.

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Right-Wing Teen

Thomas Jefferson: “A Truly Brilliant Man”

Thomas Jefferson was a remarkable man who started learning very early in life and never stopped.

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The World Around Us

Odd and Funny Sleeping Practices Around the World

While people worldwide have a common need for sleep, there are a few sleeping habits and practices that are unique to some areas.

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Infographic

11 Famous Books Inspired by Dreams

Find out which of your favorite novels were inspired by dreams, and learn how you can leverage your own creativity.

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