FREE Printable Student Planner Pages

FREE Printable Student Planner Pages

I’ve been around a lot of high schoolers over the years and seen them use (or not use) their planners for a variety of reasons. Much of the time, kids don’t use the planner because it’s not designed well. Super small, lots of extra fluff in it, and oh, yeah, they’re never told HOW to use the darn thing.

Based on my experiences, my ideal planner would have

  • Enough room to write! The pre-printed ones tend to be TINY! Who is that planner for – elves??
  • Space to write down when the assignment is due. It’s one thing to write down you have a test. But when is that dang test?
  • A box to check off when the assignment is finished. It’s so satisfying to check that box!
  • Punched holes to go in a 3-ring notebook. Most of the planners sold in stores aren’t hole-punched. That means you can’t put the planner in your BIG notebook. Which means kids lose it. Ugh.

FREE Printable Student Planner Pages

I’ve seen a LOT of planners.  Most of them were OK, but none had all of my requirements. Until now. Because I made it!


I whipped up some planner pages that fit all my requirements. (Where was this last year when I had to PAY for a planner for my Study Skills students?)

These printable student planner pages are not dated, so you will need to write the dates in yourself. Other than that, print ’em off, put them in your notebook, and start writing down homework!

If, after using these for a few weeks, would prefer a dated version, I’ve made that, too! You can buy this year’s printable planner in my store. I’ve included 4 different covers, a page for monthly notes, and ALL of the days are pre-printed for you!

A few words about Printing

I have spent what feels like years of my life photocopying, so I have some advice. When you print the file, be sure to pick “Fit to Page.” Copy the pages 2-sided. Before you hole punch, however, turn your copies over so page 2 is facing you. THEN hole punch. That way, when you open your binder, you will see the entire week in front of you.

When you’re ready to set up your planner, I have a bunch of planner posts to get you up and running!

Try these printer pages and let me know how they work in the comments below!

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