Well Planned Gal

2017-2018 High School

$15.95

by the Well Planned Gal
July 2017 - June 2018


High School Guidance & Time Management Tool

The High School Planner from Well Planned Day is specifically designed to help students achieve more during their high school years. Each full-color page provides plenty of planning space to ensure that your student will learn organizational skills needed for college.

  • Description
  • Details
  • Story Behind the Planner
  • Today's Sale
High School Guidance
  • Planning for Success
  • Developing Course Goals
  • 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 Project & Activity Pages
  • Monthly Organizational Tip
  • 2 Page Spacious Weekly Layout
  • Weekly Inspirational Quotes

Additional Information

ISBN 978-1-942192-81-7
Condition New
Author Rebecca Farris, the Well Planned Gal
Publisher Home Educating Family
Academic Year July 2017 - June 2018
Page Count 176
Format Spiral Bound
Dimensions 6(w) x 9(h) inches
Story Behind the Planner

High School Planners

As my oldest daughter was wrapping up her middle school years, I began to panic over the high school journey she was about to embark on. I did some research and quickly realized I would need to make sure I kept good records for the next four years, even though we didn't know at the time if she was college bound.

Along with the need for record-keeping, there was also the need for planning four years of credits, semester goals, and daily assignments. With that in mind, I created the High School 4 Year Plan.

When daughter #2 started the journey, she wanted a planner she could throw in her backpack to keep track of tutorial classes and daily assignments while also keeping up with her responsibilities and social life. With her own planner to carry around, she developed time management skills with the Well Planned High School planner.

Create a High School Portfolio

After purchasing the High School 4 Year Plan, I visit the local office supply store to pick up four 1/2 inch binders, tabs, page protectors, and coordinating washi tape. Separating each school year into it's own binder, I add tabs to help organize the portfolio.

My tabs include daily work (this is where I put the weekly assignment pages from my planner), writing samples, literature, projects, awards, volunteer/work, extracurricular, and test scores.

Throughout the year, I add my student's best work, pictures of projects and awards, literature lists, and more. I use the washi tape to add dates and critical information to photographs. With ease, I've created a portfolio to showcase my student's high school journey and accomplishments.

Price $15.95

High School Planners

As my oldest daughter was wrapping up her middle school years, I began to panic over the high school journey she was about to embark on. I did some research and quickly realized I would need to make sure I kept good records for the next four years, even though we didn't know at the time if she was college bound.

Along with the need for record-keeping, there was also the need for planning four years of credits, semester goals, and daily assignments. With that in mind, I created the High School 4 Year Plan.

When daughter #2 started the journey, she wanted a planner she could throw in her backpack to keep track of tutorial classes and daily assignments while also keeping up with her responsibilities and social life. With her own planner to carry around, she developed time management skills with the Well Planned High School planner.

Create a High School Portfolio

After purchasing the High School 4 Year Plan, I visit the local office supply store to pick up four 1/2 inch binders, tabs, page protectors, and coordinating washi tape. Separating each school year into it's own binder, I add tabs to help organize the portfolio.

My tabs include daily work (this is where I put the weekly assignment pages from my planner), writing samples, literature, projects, awards, volunteer/work, extracurricular, and test scores.

Throughout the year, I add my student's best work, pictures of projects and awards, literature lists, and more. I use the washi tape to add dates and critical information to photographs. With ease, I've created a portfolio to showcase my student's high school journey and accomplishments.

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