Welcome to the September 2021 issue of Homeschooling Teen, a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers and alumni ages 13-19. This month’s articles are listed below, and you can view them online at HomeschoolingTeen.com.
Letter from the Editor: September 2021
There are some exciting events coming up this month that I want to tell you about!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
From teen blogger to entrepreneur, Amara Leggett has built a brand around accomplishing success at an early age.
Homeschool Friendly College
Gordon College: Exceptional Education & Informed Christian Faith
Gordon’s nondenominational Christian college environment and challenging academics are a natural fit for many homeschooled students.
Homeschooling High School
6 Ways to Find the Best College Consultant in Your Locality
Here are all the tips to help you find the best college consultant in your locality.
Homeschooling Teens: What You Should Know
If you want to continue teaching your kids at home through high school, then use these tips as a personal guideline for homeschooling teens.
Navigate: How to Make Better Decisions and Get Credit for it!
Navigate is an online, 8-week course designed to help young adults launch into life with confidence by empowering them to make better decisions that honor God.
4 Tips for Transitioning From Homeschool to College
Homeschool to college is a leap that will stretch you academically and emotionally, but with planning and perseverance, it’s one you will bound in an easy stride.
12 Careers for People Who Like Solving Puzzles
Here is a list of careers that let you solve puzzles and analyze patterns.
The Good and Bad Side of Social Media
Social media has done a lot of good things for me! But when you look at it, social media really isn’t that great of a communications tool.
The World Around Us
Top 5 Signature Dishes of India (& Indian Food Infographic!)
All the Indian food recipes mentioned in our infographic are tasty, filling, and promise to be loved by adults, teens, and children alike.
Constitution Day celebrates the Constitution of the United States, one of the most remarkable documents in history.
Read the Bible
“This is the generation that WILL change culture and culture WILL NOT change them! Calling ALL OF GEN Z!” ~Sean Feucht
Teen Depression: Worse Than a Bad Day
Feeling depressed? Changing your physical activity, lifestyle, and even your way of thinking are all natural depression treatments.
Advice Paradise: Love, Hate, and Jeff Bezos
Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!
Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach – Tennis, Anyone?
Billie Jean King’s Eye Coach is the first at-home tennis training system for use with adults, kids, teens, the whole family!
Gamescom 2021 is officially a wrap and what a great gaming event it was!
Teen Tech Talk
Tweens, Teens, Tech and Mental Health
Tweens, Teens, Tech and Mental Health synthesizes what is known about the relationship between adolescents’ mental health and digital technology use.
The Future of Roofing Has Arrived
Roofing is the major factor when it comes to saving and improving the energy efficiency of a building.
Guide to College Scholarships for Christian Students
Gordon College has curated a list of scholarships as part of its “Christian Students’ Guide to College and Scholarships.”
10 Funky Bookmobiles Around the World
10 funky bookmobiles, from repurposed war tanks to busses, bikes, and even donkeys!
Constitution Challenge – Memorize the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution in honor of Constitution Day, September 17th. Download a decorative copy of The Preamble, a memory activity, memorization tips, vocabulary, and Constitutional Quotations for Copywork (4 pages total). Courtesy of HomeschoolPatriot.com
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