Homeschooling Teen – September Issue

The September issue of Homeschooling Teen Magazine is online!

Read about McKennaugh Kelley, homeschool graduate and founder of APPOINT, a pro-life organization run completely by young people. Other featured articles include:

“College Out of the Box”

“Simple and Easy Money Making Ideas for Teenagers”

“Four Tips to Better Educate Teenagers”

“6 Powerful Ways to be Productive at Study Time”

“Education is Evolving: 5 Trends Shifting the College Landscape”

“New App Helps Students Choose a Career Path”sparky-tee-th

“Making the Case for a Degree in the Soft Sciences”

“Taxi Fabric: Transforming Cabs into Art Masterpieces”

“Limiting the American Presidency to Six Years”

“Canva: Teaching the World to Design”

This month we have a New Column:
“Life Through a Teen’s Eyes”

Also in this issue: Olyvea and Ethan give their usual great advice, Nick warns about privacy concerns with Windows 10, Grace writes about “Whole Wellness,” Rachel Joy ponders “Where is Home?” and Aria wonders “What is Life?”

Read a review of the new movie War Room, a book review on Tsunami 2004: Still Wading Through the Waves of Hope, a game review of Trine 3, and an anime review of Kaze no Yojimbo.

Plus Zoe is back with her colorful artwork, and we have an infographic on the benefits of English as the corporate standard.

View this month’s magazine at!

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