Written by 14 and 15 year-old homeschoolers, Robert and Trevor
Clark. They report on everything that happens in the Clark
house from the family dog running away to the family chess tournament.
Articles include full color photographs, gossip columns, sports
sections and a "Random Quote and fact of the Day" section.
I am a 17-year-old unschooler. I was accepted into my top-choice college and was awarded 2/3 tuition scholarship. I have had many successes in local theatre. My local community has asked me to write about how I impressed colleges and navigated the admissions process. So I am working on a Squidoo page (Squidoo is a site where users create a singular page on a topic) about unschooling teens. By Andi Enns.
A web site that endeavors to give glory to home schoolers.
apricot will hopefully refresh you, like a delicious bite
of a juicy, home-grown apricot.
Come meet some kindred spirits at this ICQ chat for homeschoolers
who are absolutely sick to death of the inane, brainless chatter
in most teen-chat areas.
Homeschooling Teen Magazine
A monthly e-zine that is geared toward homeschooled high schoolers and young adult alumni. Much of the content is written by our subscribers, and there are many opportunities for readers to participate - whether it's submitting book or movie reviews, sending in original short stories and poems, or writing a regular column.
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In addition to being quick, Wiki also aspires to Zen ideals generally
labeled WabiSabi. Zen finds beauty in the imperfect and ephemeral.
When it comes down to it, that's all you need. A homeschool hangout
mostly of teens from the Not Back to School Camp.
Stephanie, Age: 17. I am a slightly crazy teenage girl who's scared of driving, boyfriends, college, romance and wasps, but loves to use her imagination and be creative. I'm not into boys, clothes, hair or make-up, but I AM into books (total bookworm!), music (especially piano), movies, chocolate, fantasy and sci-fi stuff. I'm also a homeschooled Christian pastor's kid and DARN PROUD OF IT!!
Ava Lowrey, 14, who is home-schooled, has created this political
Web site. She says she's into more "serious stuff"
than most girls her age.
This site was made as a 1998 ThinkQuest Project by Home Schooled
Students Corey Costantino and Carl Ewing. Project shows how game
programmers use the properties of triangles to create action.
If you want to give yourself a Web presence without spending a lot of time or money, a blog is your answer and this is your guide. Blogs (Web logs) are short, diary-like entries on a Web site that has a chronological, journal format. Fun or informative, but not formal, blogs are easy to set up, maintain, and update.