Welcome to the June 2021 issue of Homeschooling Teen, a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers and graduates ages 13-19.
As we slide into summer, we’d like to congratulate all of the homeschool graduates out there – including our “Life’s a Beach” columnist, Alicia – although she probably won’t have any time to write now that she’s busy with her job, sports, and starting Bible college. Best wishes for success in all your future endeavors!
This month’s articles are listed below, or you can view them at HomeschoolingTeen.com. Enjoy!
This Father’s Day, be sure to let your dad know how much you appreciate him!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
The Scripps National Spelling Bee returns this summer with 209 spellers from across the U.S. and the globe, including 10 homeschoolers!
Homeschool Friendly College
Eastern Oregon University is known for its mountainous location and its academic programs related to the outdoors.
There are several situations in which homeschooling can offer your teen a better educational experience.
Homeschooling High School
A list of the ten best first jobs you can get as a teenager.
Keeping your teen homeschoolers happy is about finding a way for them to exert their independence and pursue their passions.
Students can boost their chances of passing the SAT exams by honing these six habits.
Over 3,000 experts in over 23 industries provide guidance on the future job market.
As someone who frequently suffers from headache, here are my top ways for us students to get rid of headaches.
Camille’s Poetry Corner
There’s something mysterious and compelling about muses, which drew me to write a poem about the life of a muse.
Mulan II goes straight into the vault labelled “It Never Happened.”
The best way to fight crime is to prevent violence, vandalism and other crimes before they happen.
Read the Bible
Discernment is not so much telling right from wrong, but telling right from almost right.
Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!
A simple but essential checklist that can help you make the most out of your gym membership.
Teen Tech Talk
Smartphones and social media have seen some criticism in recent years for harming the mental and physical health of teenagers.
Colonial Williamsburg Historic Interpreter Mike Romero discusses 18th-century navigation and how those skills were critical to the town’s survival.
The Derm Review Scholarship will help pay for your education and training in your chosen field.
Are you thinking of making your first infographic? Here are some tips on how to present your information clearly and quickly.
Ode to a Homeschool Dad
Download this poem and give it to your dad for Father’s Day, courtesy of KnowledgeHouse.info… Print it on fancy paper, or decorate it by hand as you wish. Then roll it up with a ribbon or place in a frame.
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