Homeschooling Teen – January 2021

Happy New Year! Welcome to the January 2021 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine! The articles for this month are listed below. Or view them all at Enjoy!


Editor’s Column

Letter from the Editor: January 2021

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


Homeschooling Teen Profile

Julian Assange: Homeschooled Hacker, Founder of WikiLeaks

Is Julian Assange a White Hat or Black Hat? You decide.


Homeschool Friendly College

Southeastern University: Transforming Minds, Engaging Culture

Southeastern University is a Christ-centered institution of higher learning.


Homeschooling High School

Classical Conversations High School Program

Classical Conversations believes there are three keys to a great education: Classical, Christian, and Community.


Homeschool Electives

Civil Rights in American History

Examine the pursuit of justice and equality from the American founding through today in Hillsdale’s newest online course, “Civil Rights in American History.”


College Life

Healthy Snacks for College Students

Linda loves to explore new healthy recipes. Here she offers the best advice about healthy and delicious snacks.



Getting Your Stories Ready for Your Job Interview

What does storytelling have to do with job interviews? Read this post and find out!


Camille’s Poetry Corner

Our Aesthetic Love

A coming of age story about someone who alternates “aesthetics,” hoping that the person they have a crush on will return their feelings.



New Year’s Resolutions

Happy New Year! Cheers to 2021! Let’s talk about New Year’s Resolutions.


Life’s a Beach

Girl vs. Jake the Rooster

Ali writes about all the big and little happenings that spice life up, the chaos of a big family, homeschooling and farming.


Read the Bible

The Process of the Canon

This simple set of tests dumped the gospel of Thomas and thousands of other junk writings from the Biblical canon.


Right-Wing Teen

Thank You, President Trump

I did not write this thank you note to President Trump but wish I had thought of it.


Travel & Recreation

Colonial Williamsburg: Experience Living History

Colonial Williamsburg invites homeschoolers and their families to experience revolutionary educational opportunities.


Advice Paradise

Advice Paradise: Feeling Hurt, Doing Wrong, and Learning Science

Advice Paradise is a new column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!


Health Corner

How to Empower Teens to Make Good Decisions in the New Year

By talking to your teen, supplying the right tools, and setting a good example, you can ensure your teen has a healthy foundation for making good decisions.


The World Around Us

Why Psychology is Pseudoscience

A pseudoscience consists of practices that are claimed to be scientific but don’t meet the requirements of basic scientific principles. Here is why Psychology is Pseudoscience…



“Spare Parts” Movie Review

Spare Parts is based on the true story of an underdog high school robotics club that competed against the country’s reigning robotics champion, MIT.


Game Reviews

Schools Tap Students’ Enthusiasm for Video Games

There are opportunities to integrate computer science in almost any curricula if you think creatively and look for ways to use video games as a learning experience.


Teen Tech Talk

Online Learning Tips for Teens

Completing high school online may be a choice or a necessity, but either way, you can thrive at online learning by setting up a few systems for success.



Technology Addiction Awareness Scholarship

The technology addiction awareness scholarship helps you understand the negative effects of too much screen time.



10 New Year Resolutions You Should Set For 2021

The most dramatic and traumatic year has finally come to an end, so have you planned any new year resolutions?


Your freebie for this month is:

New Year Goals (PDF)

Would you like 2021 to be the year that you eat healthier? Lose weight? Get in shape? You can do it! List your resolutions and goals on this worksheet. (TIP: You are 42 percent more likely to achieve your goals if you write them down.)


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