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High School 1 Year Planner
High School 1 Year Planner

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Grade Levels: 9+

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The new 2013-2014 High School Planner is here!

Finding a Better Reference Point
Sometimes the only reference we have for planning our child’s high school years is ourselves. Having attended four different high schools in two different states and two different countries, I can attest that experience is probably not the best reference point!

Designed to Keep High School Students on Track
Homeschool parents will be delighted to learn that The Well Planned Day High School 1-Year Planner is specifically designed to keep students on track, ensuring they are ready to prepare for college. No matter which year of high school your student is working through, tips and checklists for each are included in this one planner, along with custom spaces for your student to record a year’s worth of lesson plans, grades, extracurricular activities, and the books your teen reads.

Helps Your Teen Assume Responsibility
Each semester starts off with a college planning checklist, a full semester calendar, and an extensive article discussing what you should focus on that semester to prepare for college. Not only that, The Well Planned Day High School 1-Year Planner will help your teen assume responsibility for his own recordkeeping, an important skill for our maturing children.

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Publisher's Information
Author: Rebecca Scarlata Keliher
Pages: 180
Binding: Paperback
Copyright: 2013
ISBN: 9780983511441
Publisher: Home Educating Family
Made In: USA
Consumable: No

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High School 1 Year Planner August 2, 2012
Reviewer: Mom  
I purchased this for my 11th grader and think that it will be a great asset for him this year. I will be giving him a list of what he needs to complete and a deadline for completion and think that the weekly and monthly calendars will be a huge help for keeping him on track. There is also a section for books read (although I wish this would encompass several pages as we are big readers). Preparing for the ACT seems a bit daunting, but the section on testing gives a wealth of helpful tips and answered many of our questions about testing in general. The compact size means that it won't take up a huge amount of space on his desk and the spiral binding will assure durability.

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