5 Homeschoolers Win Statewide Film Competition

Five homeschool students were named winners in the 2015 Young Filmmakers Project promoting South Carolina state parks.

The Right Education: How to Choose Your College after Homeschool

There are a wide variety of colleges and programs to choose from. Here are some tips on finding the right one for you.

Landing Your Dream Summer Internship Just Became Easy With 7 Best Tips

Besides learning and experience, summer internships help you add skills and achievements to a resume.

Can’t Decide On A Career? Six of the Fastest Growing Fields to Consider

IT, engineering, business, languages, construction, and healthcare are all rapidly growing fields.

A Major Pain: 4 Great Ways to Narrow Down a Major

Here are some guidelines to help you narrow down the right major.

Seven Habits of Highly Motivated People and How to Incorporate Them into Your Work

There are several similar characteristics that can be found in highly motivated, successful people.

Have Med School Dreams? 6 Stellar Degree Paths to Consider

Any number of majors can prepare you for medical school – and some will surprise you!

Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice

Olyvea and Ethan answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life in general.

Top Online Tools to Inspire Summer Learning

Preserve and boost your intellectual capacity over the summer.

9 Tips About Teaching Teens On Using Credit Cards Responsibly

Students can start establishing credit even before they have a job.

Thinking About Storms

No matter how bad the storm is, you can find light behind the darkness.

6 Facts on Who God Is

Here are a few facts about God that stuck out to me this week.

Our Song

A poem by Hannah Barber.

The Change To Beauty: A Story of a Deadly Change

A short fairytale written by one of our readers.

The Greater of Two Evils

When fighting the Islamic State, we must look at the bigger picture.

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand (Young Adult Adaption)

An Olympian’s Journey from Airman to Castaway to Captive.

The Sound of Diamonds

A Book Review, by Adriana Gabrielle.

The Ultraman Symphony Concert: An Unlikely Fusion of Science Fiction and Classical Music

Since its debut back in 1966, Ultraman has become a popular Japanese pop culture phenomenon.

We Understand Iwata, Forever

Mr. Reaper decided to take another one of my favorite childhood heroes.

A Letter to Momo

From the creators of “Ghost in the Shell,” a wonderful anime about a girl coming to terms with the loss of her father.

Let’s Create! Pottery

Relax and Free Your Creativity!

Education Around The World

A detailed breakdown of worldwide education statistics.

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  1. Cassie says:

    Hello!! Are all of you homeschooled for real!! It is so cool to have found this webpage especially for homeschooled teens!!!!

  2. Questlet says:

    Harrah! You do exist – an online mag made for and by homeschool teens. THANKYOU!

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