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Homeschooling Teenagers’ Websites, Blogs, Forums

Being a Homeschooled Teenager

The Clark News
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 a fact of the Day” section.

What It’s Really Like to Be Homeschooled 
Many people have their own idea of what it is like to be a homeschooled teenager. This essay from Justina Sharp in Teen Vogue tells how it is for her.

Chat, Message Boards & More for Homeschooled Teenagers

Apricot Pie
A website that endeavors to give glory to homeschoolers.  apricot will hopefully refresh you, like a delicious bite of a juicy, home-grown apricot.

Homeschooler’s Chat
My name is Anne. I am a homeschooler living in Texas. I wanted a fun way to talk with other homeschoolers, so I created this website just for that.

Teen Homeschool Hang
A place for homeschool teenagers age 13-21 to hang out.

The Homeschool Lounge
A chat group for homeschoolers 7th-12th grade. Run by teens, for teens.

Email Lists or Newsletters

Youth Homeschoolers’ Epistle
Christian newsletter is full of fellowship and fun, human-interest and humor. The website adds chat to the resources of teen subscribers.


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.

Composed by three siblings in the UK, Jamboree has lots of projects of interest to homeschoolers: recipes, crafts, gardening, and real history top the list.


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.

Volunteering & Keeping Busy

Greater Vancouver Homelearners’ Shakespeare Troupe
Thinking of starting your own Shakespeare troupe? Here’s one support group’s experience.

Teen Life- Volunteer Opportunities
Get out and get active with these volunteer opportunities.

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