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High School Homeschooling, Christian Home Education

Inspiring the Writer in Your Teen

All teens have something to say—they just need to discover what it is. All teens have a unique voice—they just need to be quiet long enough to hear it speak.

Teaching Children to Wait

Instant gratification has become a hallmark of our culture...

Staying the Course

As parents who have chosen to homeschool our children through the high school years, we need to commit to a specific vision for our families and our homeschools.

Free to Learn: The High School Years of a Home Schooler

"No school today?" The familiar question is asked by a nurse whom I meet in the elevator.

College Writing Success 101

No single formula can fit every shape and kind of student writer.

  • Allison Haupert |
  • December 01, 2011 |
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Will They Make It? Higher Education with Learning Differences

As the elementary and middle school years come to a close, many parents feel that the worst is behind them; they are now experts on dealing with learning differences. But the truth is, these early years have been preparation for the greatest challenge: high school and beyond.

  • Maren Angelotti |
  • November 25, 2011 |
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Setting the Bar High Enough for Our Children

As a mom, I must remind my son that eventually, the bar will get too high. It always happens in the high jump, and it happens in the other areas of life, too. Except one.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 18, 2011 |
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Modeling Honor in Your Relationship with Your Teen

If your teenagers are to develop an appreciation of honor, they first need to see it in you.

  • by Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • November 11, 2011 |
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Eight Common Myths About Homeschooling in High School

As your student-child enters the high school years, many homeschool parents are faced with a difficult choice—do we continue on the homeschool path or send our child to a more traditional school environment?

What to Do When Your Teen Seems Like a Stranger

If your teen seems like a stranger, he or she doesn’t have to remain that way.

Four Ways to Honor Teens and Teach Them to Honor Others

We want our teens to strive towards God-honoring behavior in their lives, and one way to do this is to demonstrate honor through our relationships with them.

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • October 28, 2011 |
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Five Questions to Ask Your Future Son-in-Law

John Croyle, head of the Big Oak Ranch for abandoned, abused and neglected children, shares the five questions he poses to young men who want to marry the young women in his care.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • October 21, 2011 |
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Sexual Purity Starts at Seven

I have to hold myself back every time a grandma leans in to her pig-tailed granddaughter and teasingly asks her, “So, do you have a boyfriend?”

Conversations Moms Should Have with Their Sons

Your motherly guidance and encouragement is vital for your son as he grows from a boy into a man.

Why Teens Seek the Wrong Crowd

Does your teenager feel valued and significant in your home? If not, they'll look for value and acceptance somewhere else...

The College Board Website: A Bonanza of Information

Are you looking for a resource that provides help in finding scholarship money, motivating your teen, handling test stress, choosing smart electives, and much more?

Teenagers Who Have to Work Too Hard to Learn

As parents, it is always a puzzle to us when we are working with a teenager who seemingly has to work too hard to learn...

  • Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP |
  • September 15, 2011 |
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The How, What, and Why of Accelerated Distance Learning

I’d like to consider the relatively new concept of Accelerated Distance Learning and how it worked in my real-life experience.

Dual Enrollment Courses: Is Your Teen Ready?

For the homeschooled teen, enrolling in dual enrollment courses is similar to a two-for-one bonanza.

  • Becky Cooke & Diane Kummer |
  • September 02, 2011 |
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Top Five Ways to Keep Communicating with Your Teenager

One of the biggest complaints from parents and teenagers alike is that there is often little or no communication between the two groups. Perhaps you’re like one discouraged mom who said to me, “I’ve tried to talk with my daughter but she just shuts me down. I’ve tried everything to let her know I care but she just won’t let me in any more.” Or maybe you’re like the frustrated dad who told me the only thing his son would ever say to him was “you just don’t understand . . .

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