If your student needs to go, go, go, there’s nothing wrong with that dream. But sometimes in our push, God wants our stillness. Sometimes in our going, God asks us to wait.
We’ve included a wide variety of favorite podcasts below that we think teens will enjoy. In fact, brains just might be blown.
The books on this list may not be what you’d expect to find in a book list for teens. I highly recommend these books for many ages, young adults and adults.
An interview with Anna Coke, a newer Dual Credit at Home Student, and 3rd place Jr. Iditarod winner! Read about her adventures in Alaska and where she is heading with Dual Credit at Home.
Being a homeschool family affords many creative ways for your students to learn a foreign language.
We all struggle to get out of the holiday blues and back into the routine come January.
Helping your homeschool teen thrive in their math studies is an art that requires flexibility, sensitivity, and a lot of imagination.
Making the transition from summer break to studying isn't always easy for homeschool parents. These tips will help you get a head start!
Is your teen interested in law? Check out our homeschooler’s guide to the LSAT exam and help your teen chart a path to law school on the fast track!
It can be a scary time, transitioning to homeschooling a high school student. But this guide can ease your fears and help you get started!