Cook Up a Mother’s Day to Remember

(Family Features) Mother’s Day is a time for wining, dining and celebrating moms everywhere. Make this Mother’s Day one to remember by hosting a special brunch get-together for the special ladies in your life.   Although quality time together is … read more

Beyond High School


High School Students! So What Are You Doing This Summer?

By Marjorie Hansen Shaevitz When you were in grammar school and junior high, on the first day of school, what did teachers ask you the moment you walked into their classrooms? Remember? “What did you do this summer?” Most of … read more


male boy shaving

Tips on Getting a Smooth Shave

By Jacquie Generra For both boys and girls, it is a step towards adulthood to be able to shave. This means you are maturing and getting closer to adulthood. Learning how to shave, though, can be enjoyable. You’ll learn how … read more

Keepin' It Real!


I Am Wonderfully Made

By Naomi Cassata Read Psalm 139:13-16 After looking at the pictures in her teen magazine, Stephanie jumped up to examine her own appearance. Looking into the mirror, she didn’t like what she saw. My nose is too big, my eyes … read more

Teen Speaks


Explore. Dream. Discover

I am about to give you a final challenge as a high school student. I am about to ask you to do something you were sure you wouldn’t have to do again for a while with the ending of high … read more

Money Source


Delete Cyberbullying Scholarship Award

Provided by: Delete Cyberbullying Award: $1,250 Deadline: June 31, 2016 The Delete Cyberbullying Scholarship is available to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. To be considered, you must submit a maximum 500 – word essay on one of the following … read more