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Jamie Turner


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Jamie Turner is a 14-year-old homeschool graduate. She lives in rural southern Virginia. She is the daughter of David and Maryann Turner, and she has two younger brothers and a younger sister. She enjoys writing, reading classics, swimming, softball, and hanging out on the computer with her buddies.


Homeschooling Articles by Jamie Turner

My College Experience at Age 12 Jamie Turner tells all!

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University of Nebraska High School
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