Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19, with articles BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens! We need submissions from teens like YOU!
Homeschooling Teen covers a wide range of topics including book and product reviews, culture, career, campus, relationships, style, health, and more. We’re always looking for teen writers who have an enlightening message or informative insights to share.
If you have a story to tell, we want to know! Send us your editorials and essays, reviews and reports, photos and poems. Contributions can be serious or lighthearted. Maybe you’ve drawn a cartoon that our readers would enjoy, completed a great research paper that you want more people than just your mom to see, or perhaps you want to bring attention to someone who deserves recognition. Send it in!
What Homeschooling Teen is looking for:
- 100% original work
- topics relevant to teen homeschoolers
- homeschool content will be given priority
- articles that are between 500 and 1000 words
- informative articles breaking down topics objectively
- any outside sources (statistics, quotes, etc.) should be hyperlinked
- creative writing (poems, short stories)
- teen entrepreneurs
- participation in community events
- volunteer activities
- work experience
- college experience
- study tips
- special projects
- hobbies & pastimes
- educational travel/field trips
- personal essays
- how to’s
- one-time submissions
- monthly columnists
We also welcome submissions from homeschool alumni and parents! We’re always seeking submissions, so feel free to send in yours at any time.
If you would like to be published on Homeschooling Teen, please submit your work using the form below. Or if you prefer, e-mail submissions and any accompanying photos along with your name/age/bio to: email@example.com
By submitting your work to us, you give Homeschooling Teen permission to publish your work on the Homeschooling Teen website and/or in our e-zine. As the author you will retain the copyright and the rights to publish your work elsewhere. That’s only fair since we can’t offer any compensation other than the satisfaction of seeing your work in print.