2021-2022 High School Groves
High School Guidance & Time Management Tool
- FULLY DATED: The High School Planner is fully dated, beginning July 1 and running through June 30.
- EACH MONTH: A spacious 2-page monthly spread helps students coordinate work, school, and activities while keeping up with the family schedule as well. Monthly and weekly quotes and Scripture verses offer encouragement and inspiration throughout the year.
- CONVENIENT SIZE: This 6" x 9" planner fits easily into a backpack for convenience and accessibility.
- MANAGE TIME: Step-by-step instructions guide students through creating and maintaining routines.
- LIFE SKILLS: Each month, students will find a high school tip and a life skills Q&A to help them grow in necessary life management skills.
High school is such an exciting time for students! But, it’s also a busy time as they balance school assignments, a social life that’s growing a little more independent, and possibly even work or volunteer hours. It’s no longer easy to rely on Mom to keep it all together in her Well Planned Day. Your student needs a way to keep track of everything on his or her own!
Designed to fit easily into a backpack or purse, the High School Planner can go everywhere your student does. He or she can easily keep track of family and personal schedules, assignments, and other appointments and to-dos. Students are taught how to create and keep track of daily routines, encouraged through weekly verses and quotes, and provided with a daily Bible reading plan. With High School Planner in hand, your teen will be well equipped for this exciting high school journey! LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE
High School Guidance
- Planning for Success
- Creating a Transcript
- Translating Grades into a GPA
- High School Credit Requirements
- High School Checklist for Each Year
- College Entrance Exams
- Test Taking Tips
- Exploring Electives
Time Management Tool
- Annual Literature/Reading Goals
- Semester Credit Goals & Success
- Semester Daily Schedules
- 2 Page Monthly Calendar Page
- Read through the Bible in a Year Plan
- Monthly Organizational Tip
- 2 Page Spacious Weekly Layout
- Weekly Inspirational Quotes
Step by Step Instructions
The planner opens with a comprehensive article outlining how to best utilize each section of the planner.
Each month, students are challenged students with questions about real life skills. From finances and taxes to resumes, jobs, and home management, my goal is to get students thinking about becoming an adult.
With designated areas for notes, assignments, and other to-dos , the weekly layout is wrapped in a fun design for any student to enjoy.
Based on the popular Make Your Bed video, each weekday contains five white blocks for students to record completion of daily routines.
This year I have added even more fun to the line of planner accessories! From snap-on covers, folders, and bookmarks to elastic bands, you can find a wide variety of options to enhance your planner. All accessories are sold separately.
|Publisher||Well Planned Gal|
|Academic Year||July 2021 - June 2022|
|Dimensions||6(w) x 9(h) inches|
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this planner replace the need for the Homeschool Family Planner?
Many parents find that they no longer need Well Planned Day Homeschool Family Planner as their students progress into high school. It might be a good idea, however, to consider the High School 4 Year Plan to accompany this one-year planner.
How does this planner work with the 4 Year Plan?
The High School planner is a one-year planner specifically designed to help students learn time management skills. The 4 Year Plan is more of a long-term planner, designed to keep high school records all in one place to make transcript and portfolio creation simple. Using both planners will help you and your student have everything you need on hand when it comes time to deal with graduation and/or college application requirements.
How do my students use the routine boxes?
Does your student have sets of tasks that are the same each day? For instance, what does his or her morning or bedtime routine look like? Assign a number to each routine set (for instance, morning routine can be #1) and make a list in the front of the planner so you student knows all tasks that must be accomplished before completing that routine. Once all of those tasks are completed each day, he or she may check off that number. Find more detailed information in the "How to Use Your Planner" article in the planner.