Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19 BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!
The July issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is now online! TABLE OF CONTENTS: —————————— Homeschooling Teen Profile Quintessence: The Cacciacarro Sisters’ String Trio The path to studying music performance as homeschoolers began as a first step in the Cacciacarro sisters’ grand journey to becoming Quintessence. —————————— Guest Column Why the Turpin Case Shouldn’t Be Representative […]
Happy July! The current issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com! —————————— Homeschooling Teen Profile 2017 Rush Revere Homeschool Scholarship Winner Congratulations to Hunter, a winner of the 2017 Rush Revere Homeschool Scholarship! —————————— Homeschooling High School Difficulties That Homeschooling Teens Face Home education presents a unique set of difficulties for parents and […]
Happy July! This month’s issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is now online. Read all of these articles and more at HomeschoolingTeen.com! Homeschooling Teen Profile Meet Teen Entrepreneur Allan Miguel “BoMacho” Laurio This homeschooling teen has his own lawn mowing business. —————————— Homeschool Friendly College The University of Dallas The Catholic University for Independent Thinkers. […]
Happy July! Have a fun 4th! Welcome two new columnists this month! Aria will be contributing a variety of articles from a Christian perspective; while Grace will write about leadership, holistic health and wellness. Our featured homeschooling teen is world traveler Hannah Miller, aka “Edventure Girl.” Do you know the difference between a Bible Institute, […]
Happy July! Here is the new issue of Homeschooling Teen! Enter the Rafflecopter giveaway in C.J. Darlington’s article below for a chance to win a FREE SIGNED COPY of Jupiter Winds, a YA/dystopian/space adventure! Homeschooling Teen Profile C.J. Darlington: Homeschool Graduate and Award-Winning Christian Novelist “If it weren’t for homeschooling, I wouldn’t be where […]
In memorium: a personal narrative that takes a look back at Sunday, July 7, 2013.