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4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable

4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable

Planning for high school and college really ups the ante when it comes to what you need to do and know! While I was working out my curriculum plans for my oldest, I realized in order to accurately account for everything she would need, I would need to have a full 4 year high school plan!

4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable from Starts At Eight. FREE PRINTABLE 4 year high school plan in both Excel spreadsheet and printable pdf formats! Help your homeschool high school student plan their 4 years wisely. Seeing it over all 4 years helps you to ensure they are covering everything they need while avoiding cramming things in at the end!

I realized planning just one year would not allow me the vision to see ahead and be sure we would cover everything both required by our state (Homeschooling in NYS), and that we desired to adequately prepare her if she chose to go on to college.

4 Year High School Plan

In order to make something visual I could add to, change, and expand on, I created this Excel Spreadsheet to plan out her high school credits over the 4 years.  It includes the credits that are required by the NYS regulations, courses typical for college bound students (like 2 years of a foreign language), and high school elective courses.

Homeschooling High School: Round One

This is the original 4 Year High School Plan I created for my oldest (who is graduating college this year). If you click on the image it will enlarge so you can see it better. I have since moved Foreign Language down to electives because that is what they are considered.

4 Year High School Planner/Spreadsheet

Also be sure to take a More In-Depth Look at our Homeschool High School Electives Choices:

A More in Depth Look at Our High School Electives from Starts At Eight

Homeschooling High School: Round Two 

Round two of homeschooling high school arrived this year with the start of my son’s 9th Grade Homeschool Year. While a few of the curriculum choices have changed, the way I plan has not! I still believe a 4 Year High School Plan is the best way to organize and invision what my kids need to cover and how we will accomplish that.

4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable from Starts At Eight. FREE PRINTABLE 4 year high school plan in both Excel spreadsheet and printable pdf formats! Help your homeschool high school student plan their 4 years wisely. Seeing it over all 4 years helps you to ensure they are covering everything they need while avoiding cramming things in at the end!

As you can see above (be sure to click on the image to make it larger for easier viewing) I printed a general plan and since have changed things and made notes on it.

FREE 4 Year High School Plan Spreadsheet Printable

Now that you have seen my planning choices you should have a better idea (and more resources) for creating a 4 Year High School Plan for your children.

4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable from Starts At Eight. FREE PRINTABLE 4 year high school plan in both Excel spreadsheet and printable pdf formats! Help your homeschool high school student plan their 4 years wisely. Seeing it over all 4 years helps you to ensure they are covering everything they need while avoiding cramming things in at the end!

Here is the 4 Year High School Plan Spreadsheet Printable that can be totally customized by you, for your needs/subjects.  You can fill it all in, save it, and print it.  If you love it please share this post with others so they can come and use it. 🙂

Download Your FREE Spreadsheet Printable Here ->> 4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable

Want it as a straight PDF Printable? Download that HERE ->>  4 Year High School Plan PDF Printable

More Homeschool High School Help

If you like this you might also like the Plan Your High School Electives FREE Printable Pack that I have created.

Plan Your High School Electives: Free Printable Pack from Starts At Eight

*This post was originally written in July 2013 and has now been updated with a newer version of the Excel spreadsheet and more information pertaining to planning and homeschooling high school.

8 Comments

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    […] created a 4 Year High School Plan so that I could lay everything out to be sure she wouldn’t get to senior year and find out […]

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    Apr 21, 2015 @ 08:33:58

    […] If you want to get more snazzy than my piece of looseleaf paper, my blogging buddy Heidi at Starts at Eight has a free printable Excel worksheet: Four Year High School Plan — Free Spreadsheet Printable. […]

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    Dec 03, 2016 @ 07:01:34

    […] This FREE customizable spreadsheet provided the skeletal structure for her four year plan. Thank you, Heidi! […]

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  6. Holly
    May 01, 2018 @ 09:23:07

    Nice spreadsheets for planning your high school years. Love this. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Heidi
    May 01, 2018 @ 10:59:26

    Thank you! Planning is my way. Without my checklists and organizational tools I think I would be lost!

  8. Homeschool Organization Galore - The Curriculum Choice
    Jul 09, 2018 @ 12:05:23

    […] 4 Year High School Plan FREE Spreadsheet Printable: I created this many years ago to sort out my plan for my oldest child. I recently updated it and am using it to keep track of what my son is doing/needing to complete his 4 years of high school. It helps to lay out your plan for the 4 years to be sure you have everything covered, and have things balanced out so they are manageable. […]

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