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Review of 4-Year High School Planner

4-Year High School Planner

Let me tell you that I am so glad I was able to review the Well-Planned Day 4-Year Plan High School Planner because now I know that I will definitely be buying this before each of my kids enters homeschool high school! Actually, it will even be important if I happen to have a child who isn’t homeschooled during high school!  It contains 336 pages of awesome information and places to keep all information important to their high school years.

Sample High School Transcript:




There are numerous helpful articles to help guide parent and student through the high school years, such as:

“Starting to get ready in Junior High”

“Should you take the AP or CLEP?”

“Is College Right for You?”

“Visiting Schools”

“Application Time”

“Creating a College Portfolio”




You find calendars, forms, and charts for all 4 years of high school. They’re labeled with the exact date, so you’ll need to get the right one for the year your child is a freshman.





There are also pages to write things such as what the student’s interests were that year, most and least favorite class, who they admired, who they prayed for, and what they discovered about God.

Very important pages include places to fill in attendance, grades, curriculum used, literature read, and community involvement.

You’ll find checklists of what to do each month of their senior year: August–retake ACT and SAT, complete applications and essays. November–mail in completed applications. January: complete the FAFSA.

Yes! If you have a freshman this year, you need this planner!  Peek inside it here!  And if you have a sophomore, junior, or senior, you can buy the planner specifically for their year–at a discounted rate!



There are always great sales going on at HEDUA (Well-Planned Day), so head over and see what’s going on right now.

(Disclosure:  I received a complimentary planner to use in this honest review, and I am an affiliate of HEDUA.)


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  1. Hi! I would be able to pick up the planner prior to October 31st at your home. This planner fits Kelly’s personality perfectly.

    1. The winner will be chosen through on Wednesday night. I’ll let you know!

  2. Gina, I would live a copy if the pllanner for our freshman if it’s still available.
    Thank you,
    Amy O.

    1. Ok, major typos from my phone. I would *love* a copy of the planner for Emma if it is still available!

      1. No problem, Amy! The winner will be chosen through on Wednesday night. I’ll let you know!

  3. Bukowski Family says:

    We’d appreciate being put in the drawing for the planner, as we have a freshman.

    The Bukowski Family

  4. JaVette Hall says:

    Hi Gena,
    Please add us to the drawing. This would be perfect for Quencey.
    ~ JaVette

  5. JaVette Hall says:

    Also, I will be able to pick this up at you house by the deadline.

    ~ JaVette Hall

  6. Hi Gena,
    I’d love to get into the drawing for the planner. Lukas is a freshman this year!
    Thank you!

    1. Oops, just realized the e-mail I was looking at with this info was a week old… ????

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