High School Forms
I have remade all of the high school planner forms. They are from the Garamond Planner. Although the forms here are in the high school section, they can be used for other grades. If you do not have a word processor that will open either doc or rtf files, you can install a free word processing suite from Kingsoft, openoffice.org, or libreoffice.org.
On This Page
- Assigments - 7 Rows
- Assignments - 8 Rows
- Quarter Planner
- Semester Planner
- Weekly Block-Style Planner
- High School Planning
- A Journal Form, Book Logs
- Extracurriculuar Records
- Time Records
As you can see the weekly assignment form has rows instead of blocks. General chapter readings and lesson/writing assignments could be placed in the rows. In this form, the "week of" indicates that this form is a weekly form.
It does not have in any way indicate a week, but a date can be added to the form. This could be used as a daily assignment sheet or a weekly assignment sheet. It can be used for a more detailed assignment sheet if used as a daily homeschool planner.
Heading: Class Schedule
This is the a quarter planner. It is keyed and has 4-pages. The planner has a 6th column that can be used for notes or for another day of plans.
Headings: First Semester and Second Semester
This is the semester planner. It is designed for basic page assignments, not detailed plans. Each page includes 18 rows and places for grades.
Order of Planning
after you find out high school graduation requirements
1. Make a 4-Year Plan
2. Make a Course Checklist
3. Make a Course of Study
4. Make Lesson Plans
Somewhere between 1 and 3, choose books.
Heading: Time Sheet
Most will not need this form. It is a simple time sheet that has one space per day for 180 days for recording the time spend on a subject. The form accommodates 2 subjects.