Homeschooling Teen – June 2022

Welcome to the June 2022 issue of Homeschooling Teen, a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers and graduates ages 13-19. The articles for this month are all listed below, or you can view them at Enjoy!


Editor’s Column

Letter from the Editor: June 2022

Summer is an ideal time for catching up, reassessing our priorities, and positioning ourselves for a great start next semester.


Homeschooling Teen Profile

Barbara and Joseph Call: Teen Siblings Graduate from College of William & Mary

Teen siblings Joseph and Barbara Call aren’t exactly your typical college graduates.


Homeschool Friendly College

The College of William & Mary

The College of William & Mary in Virginia is one of the oldest universities in the United States.


Homeschooling High School

How To Teach Your Homeschooled Teen About Finances

Parents, keep these tips in mind to help educate your teens about money and finances.


Homeschool Electives

Free Online Summer Camp from TakeLessons

Explore coding, arts, fitness, STEM, and more in the TakeLessons Online Summer Camp. Enroll for free!


Homeschooling Your Teen

3 Real-Life Benefits of Homeschooling

While homeschooling has many wonderful benefits, one of the most impressive things is the opportunity it presents for real-life experience.



Tips for Parents and Teens: How to Minimize Student Loan Debt as You Plan for College

The best way to manage student loan debt is knowing how to avoid it in the first place.



A Modern Day Guide to Paying For College

Paying for college? Look into all possible funding opportunities and decide which is the best option for your career goals.


Grace’s Garden

Book Review: The Inheritance Games & The Hawthorne Legacy

This month’s review is about The Inheritance Games and its sequel, The Hawthorne Legacy.


Product Reviews

Coloring Books for Teens

Coloring a beneficial activity for people of all ages. This article includes a list of nice coloring books for teens.


Right-Wing Teen

Will Roe v Wade Really Be Overturned?

If Roe v Wade is overturned, state laws will govern abortion.


The World Around Us

Website Compiles List of Book Trigger Warnings for Over 6,000 Titles

A Wikipedia-style website has compiled a list of trigger warnings for more than 6,000 books – including classics from Jane Austen and Charles Dickens.


Homeschool Characters in Literature & Film

The Homeschool Awakening

THE HOMESCHOOL AWAKENING is coming to theaters for two days only – June 13th and 14th.


Read the Bible

New Study Shows Shocking Lack of Biblical Worldview Among American Pastors

Shocking findings released by Dr. George Barna and the Cultural Research Center about the biblical worldview of American pastors.


Advice Paradise

Advice Paradise: Summer Adventures

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


Health Corner

How to Stop Being Insecure: A List of Practical Tips

The team at IvyPanda recently made an informative article on how to stop being insecure.


Game Reviews & News

High Score: Netflix’s Woke History of Gaming

High Score talks about iconic video games from the past that only a few of today’s gamers will remember or be aware of, but it’s a fun-to-watch series for people of all ages – gamers or not.


Teen Tech Talk

3 Tech Must-Haves to Enhance Video Streaming for Your Homeschooling Needs

With these tools, you will ensure that your video streaming and learning experience goes smoothly for your homeschooling needs.



The Importance of STEM Courses for Teenagers

STEM courses integrate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics into a cross-disciplinary approach to problems.



2022 Dog Lover Scholarship

To apply for the Dog Lover Scholarship, write an essay on why you love dogs and how a dog has benefited your life.



Tips to Encourage Summer Learning (Infographic)

The Summer Learning Infographic highlights important facts about summer brain drain and provides simple tips to encourage learning during summer.


Subscriber Freebie:

Ode to a Homeschool Dad
Download this poem and give it to your dad for Father’s Day, courtesy of… 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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