Homeschooling Teen

- A monthly online magazine BY Homeschool Teens... FOR Homeschool Teens!

About

Founded in October 2008, Homeschooling Teen is a monthly e-zine for homeschooled high schoolers and young adult alumni ages 13-19. We try to cover what matters most to them by featuring timely and topical subjects, books and music, modest fashion, higher education, world events, and their peers’ opinions on the issues of the day. Much of the content is written by our subscribers, and there are many opportunities for readers to participate – whether it’s submitting book or movie reviews, sending in original short stories and poems, or writing a regular column. Each issue features a profile of a homeschooling teen as well as a homeschool friendly college, career of the month, and high school advice. Many older homeschool graduates and parents of teens also enjoy our magazine and appreciate the content. For general information and submissions, write to us at

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Please Note: Homeschooling Teen was founded by homeschoolers (teens and mom advisers) who hold a Christian worldview, although all are welcome to subscribe and contribute. However, we hope that our readers will adhere to the following standards:

“Let no man despise thy youth; but be a good example… in word, in conversation, in charity, in spirit, in faith, in purity.” ~Timothy 4:12

“Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are honest, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.” ~Philippians 4:8

Disclaimer

The opinions expressed in Homeschooling Teen articles may not always represent everyone’s views. As with any reading material, remember to use your God-given discernment while maintaining your intellectual self-respect.

Comments

If you have a specific question or subscription problem, please e-mail us directly at . Otherwise, feel free to share whatever you’d like in the comments box on any page as long as what you have to say is kind, encouraging, thought-provoking, enlightening, and heartfelt. We will remove any hateful, disrespectful, inappropriate, commercial, or off-topic comments.

Submissions

YES! We welcome unsolicited articles suitable for publication. Due to overwhelming response, we cannot answer article queries at this time. But we do welcome your submissions of completed articles! We cannot guarantee, however, that all submissions will be accepted. Content must be well-written and on a relevant topic of interest to homeschooling teens. Please send to:

SORRY, WE DO NOT PAY FOR ANY MATERIAL SUBMITTED.

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  1. I currently homeschool my 2 boys (14 and 11). I am really ready to quit and, I think, the 14 yo is also. I am hoping to find some help within this subscription.

    Thank you.

  2. I have felt like quiting many times through the six years I have been at this. The older kids get the less they want to hear us talk. I feel that my kids have seen the best I have to offer and it is hard for me to come up with new and interesting activities for them. So I have stopped. I have found that when I take a hands off approach and let my kids direct there own learning things go much smoother.Let him go in the direction of his intertests. Maybe you can find a mentor or class on DVD

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