Bring a Writing Teacher Along on Your Summer Vacation

May 31, 2016

Have you been scanning travel sites looking for the location of your family’s summer travel adventure? Or filling out the forms (in triplicate!) for summer camp? Maybe your teen has been scouring Craigslist looking for the perfect summer job? As you make all your plans for the upcoming summer break, don’t leave out learning. We’ve […]

High School Science Projects

May 19, 2016

Sometimes as homeschoolers, it’s hard to do science projects in high school.  Maybe you associate high school science experiments with chemistry protective glasses in a lab, fumes swirling around the room, a mask on your face and your hands covered in plastic latex gloves—just in case.  While this is accurate for many experiments, there are […]

Slideshow: High School Science Projects

May 10, 2016

Homeschool High School Science Projects from Tialla Rising

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Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching High School History

May 4, 2016

The study of high school history is one of those subjects in which many view the facts as treasures waiting to be picked up and memorized. While passionate history loving teachers assert that history is best learned by being “caught” instead of “taught”, a passion for history and the knowledge that one can gain from […]

Without or Beyond College: 22 Tools for Success

Without (Or Beyond) College: 22 Tools for Success

May 1, 2016

In the real world, grades and tests actually don’t correlate with adult accomplishments. We know there are fresher, more interesting ways to learn. Our experiences teach us to pursue success on our own terms. That has to do with crafting a life based on our passions, our integrity, and the unique vision each of us brings to the world.

Statewide Homeschool Graduations

April 12, 2016

If you or your child is a senior working toward graduation this spring, you have probably already started thinking about how you want to commemorate the occasion. Some families choose to celebrate privately at home or at a location that is special to them and some participate in local or regional festivities with a favorite […]

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5 Fantastic Ways to Take Advantage of Spring as a High Schooler

April 1, 2016

—Get started with more “Physical Education” outside! I don’t know about you, but exercising outside during the winter is just miserable.  I really can’t stand it, so oftentimes my workout routine stops for the winter.  However, once spring arrives, I can get back outside and enjoy the weather!  Unless going to a gym is an option […]

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Get a College Education Without the Debt

Is that even possible? With the insatiable rising costs of higher education, the idea of college for many graduates is becoming a distant dream. Who wants to graduate with a pile of school loan debt that will take half a lifetime to pay off? What if there were ways to get through college and be […]

College Scholarships Ending 2nd Quarter 2016

March 15, 2016

Scholarships with April 2016 deadlines Champions for Christ Scholarship Sponsor: Champion for Christ Foundation Deadline: Apr. 1, 2016 Description: Scholarship is open to students who have surrendered their lives to full-time Christian service and are preparing for full-time Christian ministry.   Davis-Putter Scholarship Sponsor: Davis Putter Scholarship Fund Amount: Up to $10,000 Deadline: Apr. 1, […]

DIY Valentine’s Day Decorations

January 22, 2016

I know as well as anyone that it can be a little depressing when Valentine’s day rolls around as a teen if you don’t have a significant other.  However, there are some super fun ways you can decorate for the holiday and overall make your room/outfit/valentines more cheerful and festive!  I found these really fun […]