Homeschooling Teen

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Homeschooling Teen – May 2015

HAPPY MAY! The featured homeschool teen of this month is 13-year-old Isaiah Liljequist, who is raising money for Pregnancy Resource Centers in the annual Steps for Life walkathon. The homeschool-friendly college of the month is Georgia Gwinnett College, an innovative four-year public college celebrating its 10th anniversary. If you love the theatre or are an […]

Homeschooling Teen – April 2015

HAPPY APRIL! This is our largest issue yet, with a total of 25 articles! The featured homeschool teen of the month is recording artist Katie Flemming. The homeschool-friendly college of the month is Trident University International, ranked as “Most Affordable Online College.” If you love the theatre or are an aspiring actor, be sure to […]

Homeschooling Teen – March 2015

HAPPY MARCH! It’s National Literacy Month so be sure to read the book reviews on Mardan’s Mark, Kisses from Katie, Flowers for Algernon, and Dr. Ben Carson’s A Teen’s Guide to Think BIG! This month’s issue features teen tennis pro Madison Keys, and lists some homeschool-friendly Christian colleges that offer fully online degrees. Olyvea and […]

Homeschooling Teen – February 2015

HAPPY FEBRUARY! This month’s issue features Hannah Johnson, author of Rebel Hearts. Nick wrote an article on how to deal with cyberbullies, and Narrelle wrote an essay on how women are treated in the military. Olyvea and Ethan give advice on boys and boyfriends, and Katie shares the progress she’s made with her horse and […]

Homeschooling Teen – January 2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR! This month’s issue features Joshua DeJong, who has a unique hobby that he turned into a business – making replica World War II parachutes! Olyvea and Ethan give advice on how to deal with parents getting divorced, and Katie tells how to train your animals. Nick wrote an article about “The Fall […]

Homeschooling Teen – December 2014

Happy December! This month features a great selection of STEM gift ideas for older kids and teens! You can also learn about online degree programs, financial aid and scholarships, unique career options, and “Why Doing a Job is Important for Homeschooling Teens.” Nick describes his “Experience in Israel,” Katie tells of “A New Horse,” and […]

Homeschooling Teen – November 2014

Happy November! The winner of last month’s Rafflecopter Giveaway is Heidi Heine! This month we’re featuring homeschool author Darrell N. Forte II plus profiles of homeschoolers who attend Samford University. Olyvea and Ethan answer readers’ questions related to peer pressure, and McKennaugh updates us on all of the changes that have taken place in her […]

Homeschooling Teen – October 2014

Happy October! This issue features Becca McCann & The Essies, a Christian musical group made up of four homeschooled siblings. Check out our exclusive article, interview and RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY which will give you a chance to win a copy of their new CD! There are lots of other great articles, poems, and reviews too! See […]

Homeschooling Teen – September 2014

Happy September! In this issue you can meet homeschooled actress Mandalynn Carlson, learn about BYU’s independent study online high school courses, and read how to write a research paper. Olyvea and Ethan give “Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice” on gossip, Katie relates her experience “Training a Mule,” and Joseph writes on “Love Ethics.” There […]

Homeschooling Teen – August 2014

Happy August! In this issue you can meet a homeschooled artist, learn how to be a forensic scientist, and read about the University of Nebraska Omaha. We have two new columns starting this month – “Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice,” and “Zoe’s Art Corner.” Plus there are “9 Brilliant Ideas to Tackle Homeschooling Stress,” […]

Homeschooling Teen – July 2014

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 […]

Homeschooling Teen Magazine – June 2014

Congratulations to the Class of 2014! Homeschooling Teen magazine wishes all the best to this year’s graduates – whether you’re graduating from junior high, senior high, or college! If you’re interested in summer travel or a gap year adventure, be sure to read the article about Miro and find out how you can meet up […]

Homeschooling Teen Magazine – May 2014

Happy May! Our Razor’s Edge columnist, Madeleine, just finished her first year of college. She won’t be writing for us any more, so be sure to read her final column which contains some great advice about college options. Our book reviewer, Emily Rachelle, is graduating high school this month and will be heading off to […]

Homeschooling Teen Magazine – April 2014

Happy April! We have lots of great articles for you this month at! From Missions and Music, to Money Management and much more– you’re sure to find something of interest! In This Issue: Homeschooling Teen Profile Effie Carlson: The New Elephant in the Room Homeschooled until college, Effie is a small business owner and […]

Homeschooling Teen Magazine – March 2014

Happy March! We have lots of great articles for you this month at! From current events to saving money… essays and poems… book, game, and movie reviews… you’re sure to find something of interest! And if there is a particular post that you enjoy reading, please leave a comment for the author. They like […]

Homeschooling Teen Magazine – February 2014

Happy February! We’re still working out a few of the bugs in our brand new site, but if you receive this, it means that you have successfully subscribed and will be notified of each new issue of Homeschooling Teen Magazine as soon as it’s published on or around the 1st of each month! If you […]

Introducing Our New Student Editor!

My name is Sarah Millard, and I am a high school senior who has been homeschooled for nine years. Ever since I could grip a pencil, I have loved writing. Fiction and memoir-like essays are my favorite things to write, but I also enjoy doing literary analyses, and even a little poetry on occasion. I aspire […]