Welcome to the August 2020 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine! This one is jam-packed with something for everyone, plus a giveaway contest. Enjoy!
Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19 with articles BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Homeschool grad Abby Ryan: “I loved being homeschooled.”
Homeschooling High School
It’s important to remember that a well-rounded individual has the capability to DO as much as to KNOW.
Have you taken all the homeschool electives you need to graduate high school, but aren’t quite ready for college yet? Consider a gap year!
Homeschooling families need effective tools to help their teens plan effectively for their future college and career.
Homeschool Friendly College
Anderson University is a Christian liberal arts institution located in Anderson, Indiana.
Let’s look at ten of the best jobs with the most potential for high school dropouts.
Even if you don’t have a whole room to spare, and you only have a small space to work with, you can decorate a study area for homeschooling.
You know how everybody has a dream vacation? Well, I have more of a dream adventure. I want to go to Costa Rica!
Life’s a Beach
Ali writes about the chaos of a big family, homeschooling and farming. Introducing Lily, the bovine wonder!
Grace wrote a review for the new movie Hamilton that’s streaming on Disney+.
As colleges move away from the SAT, will admissions algorithms step in?
Did you ever dream that in America, people would be punished if they dared worship God? Religious persecution is happening right now all across the country!
Read the Bible
BEFORE THE WRATH tells how anthropological evidence rediscovered from the time of Christ reveals exactly how and why the Rapture must occur.
Here is what you should do for your fitness while homeschooling during coronavirus lockdowns or any other time you are limited within the walls of your home.
The World Around Us
Here are six techniques to help you save on expenses when buying a car.
From self-reliant doers and resourceful strugglers to tech-savvy instructors, find out which STEM education style matches your personality!
Teen Tech Talk
Been bullied? Cyberbullying, like all bullying, is a serious issue that needs to be addressed by parents, educators, administrators, and communities.
The AICA Chiropractic Scholarship is a $500 scholarship for students studying in the medical field.
For this post we’ve put together “29 Ways To Stay Creative” in three different ways: 1) as a list; 2) as an infographic; and 3) as a video.
Your subscriber freebie:
BEFORE THE WRATH Discussion Guide w/ scriptures, movie clips, and devotionals.
Click here for a chance to win a free copy of this inspirational documentary!
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