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Well Planned Gal

2020-2024 High School 4 Year

Regular Price: $38.95

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Create a High School Portfolio!

High school graduation and the transition to the “next step” can be a wonderful time. But, it can also be a stressful one as students and parents alike are scrambling to find the information needed for transcripts, portfolios, resumes, and applications.

The High School 4 Year Plan is designed to put your mind at ease and make smooth the path from high school to beyond by helping you build your information stockpile throughout the high school years. Designed with prompts and plenty of space for recording information, this four-year planner allows you and your student to keep track of everything from grades and book lists to community involvement and portfolio notes. Let the High School 4 Year Plan help you avoid that last minute scrambling and enjoy the celebration of graduation and beyond!

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A Four Year Guide

  • 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
  • Creating a High School Portfolio
  • Portfolio Summary
  • Visiting Colleges
  • Scholarships

Planning & Assignments

  • Planning & Assignments
  • Yearly Curriculum Plan
  • Yearly Literature Goals
  • Yearly Community Service & Activities
  • Semester Credit Summary
  • Semester Attendance
  • Semester Literature, Activities, & Accomplishments
  • Semester High School Journey Journal
  • Bi-Monthly High School Tips
  • Monthly Calendar
  • Monthly Credit & Grade Summaries
  • Weekly Assignment Schedules
  • Inspirational Quotes & Scripture Verses

Create a High School Portfolio

When I was teaching my own high schoolers, I would visit the local office supply store to pick up a binder, tabs, page protectors, and coordinating washi tape so I could separate each school year into its own section to organize a portfolio as we went along.

This year, I've designed a beautiful new binder that coordinates perfectly with the 4 Year Plan! You can include daily work (such as weekly assignment pages from my planner), writing samples, literature, projects, awards, volunteer/work, extracurricular, and test scores all in one location.

Throughout the year, I would add my student's best work, pictures of projects and awards, literature lists, and more. I used the washi tape (we have that this year, too!) to add dates and critical information to photographs. With ease, I created a portfolio to showcase my student's high school journey and accomplishments. With the High School Portfolio Binder, you can do the same!

Additional Information

ISBN 978-1-949828-16-0
Grade High School, 9, 10, 11, 12
Condition New
Publisher Well Planned Gal
Academic Year July 2019 - June 2023
Page Count 338
Format Spiral Bound
Dimensions 8.5(w) x 11(h) inches
Price $38.95

Using Your 4 Year Plan

A WALK THROUGH THE HIGH SCHOOL 4 YEAR PLANNER

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.

With so much space and versatility, the High School 4 Year Plan can look a little intimidating. But, it doesn’t have to be! By taking a few minutes to look inside and process through each section of the planner, you’ll find everything you need to easily assemble a solid portfolio for your high school student.

WELCOME TO HIGH SCHOOL!

When you open your new planner, you will see that those of us who have started this journey ahead of you know what questions are on your mind! In this first section, find an informational welcome to this new adventure. Discover tips on what constitutes a credit, how to build a transcript, and how to select electives.

What Is A College Portfolio

PRESENTING WELL: CREATING A COLLEGE PORTFOLIO

The high school years are a busy season, and time can quickly get away from even the most organized student. If your student is planning to attending a college or university, however, it is important to think ahead! This is especially important when it comes to create a college portfolio.

A college portfolio is a presentation of accomplishments and achievements throughout the high school years. Even if your student has not yet made a decision about whether or not to attend college, it would be wise to begin a portfolio during their freshman year. If college ends up not being the route your student chooses, the portfolio can still be a great resource when applying for a job or pursuing training in a specific trade or profession.

For those who do choose to attend college, the application and portfolio are your student’s first impression to admission boards. For this reason, it is important for your student to make sure their portfolio is well organized and professional. The typical portfolio is created and maintained in a three ring binder divided, using tabs, either by high school year or subject matter. The latter is often preferable when applying for a specific scholarship or major.

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.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does this planner replace Well Planned Day?

If all of your students are high school age or older, the High School 4 Year Plan can easily replace Well Planned Day. It is highly recommended, however, that each high school student have their own 4 Year Plan for easiest organization of high school information.

Is there a binder that goes along with this planner for storing other paper and information?

Currently, there is no binder specially designed for coordination with this planner. The planner is pre-punched, however, to fit into any standard binder. Simply uncoil the existing binding and transfer the planner pages to a binder of your choice.

What if I didn't get started during my student's freshman year?

Not to worry! Previous editions of the High School 4 Year Plan remain available as long as supplies last. Simply choose the planner with the dates that match your student's start and graduation years, and take a little bit of time each week to go back and gather as much information as possible from previous years. Even if your student is a senior, the 4 Year Plan can help you organize the information you need for graduation and beyond.

Does the High School 4 Year Plan include transcript forms?

The forms inside this planner are sample forms only. You can download transcript forms, however, from WellPlannedGal.com using the coupon code found within your planner.

Does this planner replace the High School Planner?

If lesson planning is your student's primary planner usage, then this planner can be used without the High School planner. Because of its size, however, it is not recommended for those who want to learn overall time management and have a planner they can carry around easily.

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