Homeschooling Teen – November 2016

The November issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online. Read all of these articles and more at!


Homeschooling Teen Profile

Marli Tague: Lumerit Scholar

Marli earned dual credit for high school and college while participating in international missions work.


Homeschool Friendly College

George Mason University

GMU was named after George Mason, one of the founding fathers of the United States.


Homeschooling High School

Things to Keep in Mind When Taking Classes Online

If you’re planning to attend online classes or have already started, there are a few things that can help you succeed.


Guest Column

The Effectiveness of Individual Teens Learning At Home

The decision to choose individual home learning for your teenager can be supported by these strong benefits.


Homeschool Electives

Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers

A Parent-Friendly Curriculum for Teaching Teens to Handle Money, Live Moral Lives and Get Ready for Adulthood.


College Life

5 Powerful Tools to Help Your Writing Spark

Here are five powerful tools to help your writing spark and fuel your writing process.



Top 10 Criminal Justice Careers

You can find a rewarding career in law enforcement, or another segment of criminology.


Readers Write

A Minimum Wage Story

A story about the effect of minimum wage on youth employment.


Life Through a Teen’s Eyes


The 4-H Forestry program teaches youth about trees and forests.


Homeschool Characters in Literature and Film

Little Women: A Heartwarming Story for Girls of All Ages

Little Women is a fictionalized autobiography of Louisa May Alcott and her sisters.


Movie Reviews


Barry Levinson’s heartfelt masterpiece perfectly captures the Jewish experience in America.


Books by Homeschoolers

Amazing 5 Books to Read If You Are a Homeschooling Parent

The Homeschool Experiment, The Way They Learn, The Well-Trained Mind, Pocketful of Pinecones, and 7 Tools for Cultivating Your Child’s Potential.


Marvelous Little Discovery

ARKI Teen Authors Award: Why is this Crucial?

Alifia tells about her experiences in the Academy of Creative Youth Indonesia.



The Private Eye: A Guide to Developing the Interdisciplinary Mind

An interdisciplinary STEM program that combines science with creative thinking.


Teen Tech Talk

DeskCycle: My New Workout Buddy

The DeskCycle turns your desk into a fun fitness work station.


Manny Mechanix

DIY Mini Motor

Manny’s newest video shows how to make a mini motor.


Need a Clue?

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 2

There is a very good mod called “the sith lord restored content modification” that fixes most of the issues with this game.


Game Reviews

Life is Strange

Too bad if you do something stupid in real life, you can’t rewind your way out of it.


Zach’s Reviews

Mafia 3

This game takes place in 1968 and you play as Lincoln Clay, an African American Vietnam soldier.


Zoe’s Art Corner

Shay Volta Fan Art by Zoe

Here is a drawing I made of Shay Volta from the game Broken Age.



10 Unusual Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

From ice cream taster to embalmer, check out these unusual jobs that have surprisingly good salaries.


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