Timberdoodle One-Year High School Planner
Sometimes the only reference we have for planning our teen’s high-school years is ourselves. But since I attended four different high schools in two different states and two different countries, I can attest that experience may not be the best reference point! Whatever your background, the Timberdoodle One-Year High School Planner can help you navigate the last four years of your teen’s education. With an attendance record, monthly and weekly planning pages, extracurricular activities, and a place to log yearly goals, this planner is straightforward and easy to use.
Specifically designed to keep students on track, ensuring they are ready for college, the planner has everything he needs to calculate and record high school credits. We have also included a sample transcript to inspire your teen. The Timberdoodle One-Year High School Planner will help your teen assume responsibility for his own recordkeeping, an all-important step toward adulting.
I love the heavy paper, year-at-a-glance calendar, monthly calendars, and ample room to plot daily lessons. I wish the grade recording area was set up differently. There are only 27 lines per semester for 8 subjects. I record more grades per subject and end up with more than 8 subjects thanks to state regs. The attendance record is very nice, but a separate space to track hours would be great to have. The planner runs April 2021 thru June 2022. Not enough for year round schooling, but a bunch of extra pages before our year begins in the fall. Even though it's a yearly planner, I would love just a one page chart to track overall high school credits. It would also be nice to have a list or see the exact set up before purchase. All that said, it's the best planner that I have found.