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High School Homeschooling, Christian Home Education

Make a Joyful Noise

Music can calm ruffled teen tempers, relax worried minds, and comfort wounded hearts. It can bond a family through praise.

365 Ways to Simplify Your Life: An Interview

One day it took me two hours to get to work. After a great deal of thought and research, we left it all behind and moved to Oregon.

How Homeschooling Has Benefited My Life

In order for your children to be "salt and light" they must first be brought up to walk in the Light.

Invest in Inspiration: Travel Abroad

I’m a frugal home educator and an enthusiastic believer in the value of educational travel. A journey doesn’t just teach—it inspires.

“Don’t Drop That Baton!”

Barna’s proclamation that an average 70% of teens will leave the church after high school graduation honestly doesn't scare me.

Learn to Program With Hackety Hack!

There are great things you can do with computers: play music, view websites, do research, interact with people, and much more.

MyCollege: Make College Work for You So You Don't Have to Pay for It!

For most students, spending more than $100,000 on a four-year degree is all too common. But it's possible to spend MUCH less!

The Truth Behind Homeschooling

I am probably not your typical homeschooler. And it's been a long journey figuring things out.

Math Apps—Worth Their Weight in Gold!

Freedom, flexibility, and the use of educational apps has truly revolutionized our homeschooling.

Homeschool’s New Day in China

Parents all over China look at Zheng Yaqi’s success and wonder if maybe homeschooling has contributed to his creative endeavors.

The Debate Over Daytime Curfews

Proponents of daytime curfews have good intentions: to decrease juvenile crime and increase the high school graduation rate.

  • Antony Barone Kolenc |
  • March 06, 2013 |
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Identifying and Correcting Blocked Learning Gates

Are you working at home with a bright, hardworking child or teenager who has to work too hard to learn?

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • February 27, 2013 |
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Totally Epic

The first Greek epic was invented even before the Greek alphabet was finished.

The Influence of the Classics: What Makes Great Writing?

One of the best pieces of advice for any student is to read classic literature. But what makes writing "classic" or "great"?

What Can I Do When My Child Is Hurting?

"Mom, you have always taught us that God is sovereign and God is good. When are you going to start living that way again?”

Writing With Integrity: Serious Talk About Plagiarism

Intentional plagiarism constitutes theft. Make sure your students have a thorough understanding of academic integrity.

  • Lee Ann Dickerson |
  • January 30, 2013 |
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Making Time for Volunteering

Volunteering as a family brings solidarity to members of all ages.

The Socialization Deception

When asked, "What about socialization?" are we really answering critics in the best way possible?

Getting Off the Homeschool Hamster Wheel

The temptation to overfill our schedules with activities is even stronger with homeschoolers than it is within the culture at large.

Miss America Settles in to College Life

Winning the title was rewarding but challenging, says Teresa Scanlan, who attends Patrick Henry College and aspires to political office.

  • World News Service |
  • January 08, 2013 |
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