Homeschooler's High School Journal
High school record keeping is more important than tracking the progress of your elementary student, so the good folks that brought you the popular Homeschooler’s Journal now have a high school version. As with the Journal, the bulk of the High School Journal is devoted to the weekly lesson layout. Seven columns (vs. six for the Journal) for subjects times five rows for days gives you 40 squares to work with on each pair of pages. These squares contain seven lines for writing details (as opposed to the open format of the squares in the Journal). In the lower right is a handy chart for keeping track of hours spent per subject each week, recordable in quarter-hour increments. Since the method of study (unit studies, structured text, multiple students per subject, etc.) varies from family to family, several examples show various methods of using the weekly lesson layout to your best advantage. The only other change for the High School Journal is a “Grade Record” which replaces the “Test Score Keeper” in the Journal. Daily grades can be recorded in up to 10 subjects for up to 192 days. Other miscellaneous forms in the Journal remain unchanged.
ruled planner. I later check/grade his work,then I record it all in the planner. I love the side bars for weekly piano lessons and any weekend event that counts for his education.
over 2 years ago
over 2 years ago
over 3 years ago
box for history. Also the side bar allows space to log music lessons, sports, field trips, community service and more! Don't do homeschool high school without it! P.S. You will need a separate journal for each school year per student.
over 4 years ago