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Teaching Teenage Boys

Vol. 45, Prg. 16–20
June 2–6, 2003

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Does Homeschooling Pay Off?
Avoiding Pitfalls of Adolescence
An Older Son’s Advice to Parents
One Parent’s Solution to Teaching Boys
Maintaining Sanity

Guest Bios:

Jeremy Sewall
A junior at Patrick Henry College, Virginian Jeremy Sewall is a Government major in the Public Policy track. Jeremy was recently elected student body president for 2003-2004. He has also served as a resident assistant and PHC Teen Camps counselor.

Mark Wohlschlegel
Since coming to Patrick Henry College from Pennsylvania, Mark Wohlschlegel has been involved in numerous leadership roles. In 2001, he served as a counselor for PHC's summer Teen Camps and coordinated the camps the following year. He was elected student body president for 2001-2002 and has served as a resident assistant. Mark is a junior in the Public Policy track of the Government major.

Torrey Moe
Californian Torrey Moe is a Government sophomore in the Public Policy Track at Patrick Henry College. He will be serving as a resident assistant for the 2003-2004 school year.

Joel Moughon
Now a junior at Patrick Henry College, Joel Moughon will be graduating in 2004 with a degree in Government. Hailing from Tennessee, Joel is an active member of the PHC Debate Team. He will be working as a PHC Teen Camps counselor during the summer of 2003.

Matthew Brownfield
Unlike many Patrick Henry College students, sophomore Matthew Brownfield did not begin homeschooling until he entered 9th grade. Now this Texan is looking ahead to his third year of college at PHC majoring in Government in the Public Policy track. Matt competed with PHC's Moot Court Team at nationals in January and he is a resident assistant.
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