It’s the official 100th issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine!
Elliott Tanner, a 13-year-old whiz kid from St. Louis Park, Minnesota, is about to graduate from the University of Minnesota.
The power of scent could make all the difference to happier, healthier homeschooling. Ahhh, the sweet smell of success!
Extracurricular activities can provide immense benefits, from enhancing physical and mental health to supporting essential soft skills and important experiential rewards as well.
By staying organized and planning ahead, both of you can minimize stress and nerves as you help your teen apply for colleges.
It’s no secret that homeschooled teens excel in higher education. Here are some reasons why.
Unbound’s project-based education program, Ascend, is a homeschool-friendly alternative to college. Prepare for life, not just the classroom.
LearnHowtoBecome.org has recently been revamped and updated as one of the premier career exploration resources. Learn how to become…
When you spend the majority of a book wishing it were a different genre, I think you can safely say that genre is not entirely your thing.
Need more storage space? You can use this ingenious Zinus frame to store more under the bed than ever before!
Goya Foods CEO: “We are on the precipice of a global food crisis.” Are you prepared?
Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!
“Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square.” ~Elon Musk
Would you say that you played more games during the pandemic, or did you spend about the same amount of time gaming? These survey results may surprise you!
Here are six reasons you may want to consider sending your child on a gap year to another country.
Here are some tips for keeping your homeschooled teens healthy so they don’t get behind in their learning.
Technology-related media use among students increased during the coronavirus pandemic, while rates of reading remained flat, according to the Common Sense Census 2021.
If you are a STEM student in high school looking to pay for your future college education, you should be applying for scholarships.
The 2022 Rose Marie Williams Memorial Scholarship offered by Diamonds in the Rough Ministry is reserved for young Christian women who are high school seniors in the state of Texas. The application deadline is May 27th.
Students should remember a few essential cyber security tips. You can find them in this infographic on how to protect your devices from cyber threats.