Build your own school planner with daily, weekly, and monthly pages and an academic calendar updated annually.
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After a few years of readers asking for a school year version of my annual printable planner, I’m thrilled to be able to share this printable school planner that you can print and assemble at home.
Choose between daily, weekly, and monthly pages to fit your organizing style. I also designed an academic year at a glance calendar, not unlike the one my kids’ district puts out. It’s handy for seeing all the upcoming school holidays at once.
Okay, let’s take a look inside my school planner. It’s perfect for teachers and students! This post has been updated for the 2021-2022 academic year.
School planner pages
The daily page is perfect for those days when you have a packed schedule. There’s a time block schedule on the left. On the right, the sections are for your meal plan, essential tasks, reminders, and notes you want to jot down for tomorrow.
The weekly pages are spread across 2 pages. I’ve used several different layouts for the weekly spread and I’ve found this to be the most practical.
There’s space to write the dates on the left. Then each day is divided into 3 sections. You could write in your daily schedule by the hour if you like to do time block scheduling. Or you could organize your day by morning, afternoon, and evening.
As an alternative, you could use the blocks to organize your schedule at the top, write out your to-do list in the middle, and keep track of homework assignments at the bottom of each day.
My favorite way to use these pages is to write in the dates, then fill the blank boxes at the beginning and end of each month with stickers for a monthly habit tracker, inspirational quotes, or just pretty things to fill up space.
Each month rotates through 4 colors: pink, yellow, green, and blue. I think it adds some fun variety without being overwhelming with colors.
And of course, you can add your own personalization too, whether you change up your color scheme and theme every month or use the same one all year. This planner is perfect for creative people who love to decorate and doodle, but if you prefer a no-nonsense planner, this fits that need too.
The academic calendar is a really handy page to put in the front of your planner or even hang up on the refrigerator.
It’s got 12 months plus space to create a key at the bottom. On each line, you can write in different events or categories and mark the box with a colored highlighter. Then, on the calendar, you just highlight the dates with the same color.
This is a pretty way to keep track of school holidays, grading periods, or any recurring events.
Get the printables
There are several ways to combine them, so you can choose the ones you want. You’ll want to print multiple copies of the daily and weekly pages if you’re using them. The pages are not collated, so you’ll need to put them in the order you need before printing.
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2021-2022 academic calendar
I’ve updated the academic calendar for the 2021-2022 school year. It runs from August 2021 through July 2022. The academic calendar is also in The Printables Library, or you can sign up for it below.
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