Hi friends! Looking for a black and white student planner? Look no further! I have the 2018-2019 B/W Student Planner just for you! This planner is specifically designed for students to help keep track of class schedules, exams, projects, assignments, grades, reading, and activities that you might need! And since it’s black/white, it’s saves money on ink too!




–>> Get the 2018-2019 B/W Student Planner here!

NOTE: This planner is a download and print type planner, it is not editable via computer at this time, sorry!

What’s included?

NOTE: This planner is a PDF download. It is DATED for the 2018-2019 school year and is a full 8×10 sheet portrait layout planner with 172 pages.

  • Planner runs from July 2018 – July 2019 and is pre-dated
  • Days run Monday-Sunday
  • 2018-2019 year-at-a-glance pages
  • Monthly overview pages
  • Weekly planning pages
  • Weekly Overview pages
  • Class Schedule
  • Contacts
  • Activity tracker
  • Notes pages
  • Reading Logs
  • Assignment logs
  • Project planning pages
  • Annual grade tracking pages
  • Daily grade tracking pages
  • Attendance tracking


I’ve also added in a weekly overview page for each week. Students can keep track of assignments, exams, reading, as well as basic calendar activities!



There are also grade tracking, attendance tracking, and reading logs and a 2018-2019 year-at-a-glance page.


I’ve also included student specific pages such as class schedules, project planners, and assignment and exam tracking pages.   I’ve also included contact pages to keep track of all of your friends as well as an extra curricular activity tracker so you can keep track of where you need to be!

There are also plenty of “to-do” lists and inspiration pages to keep track of things your ideas!


This planner is available right now!



Printing Tips: I suggest printing the planner double sided. Then I take mine to a local office supply store and had it spiral bound. It cost approximately $5.00 for the spiral, plastic cover, and backing. I also suggest printing it on a light weight cardstock or higher quality copy paper for durability and to prevent ink bleeding through the pages. If your printer doesn’t have double sided printing, you can simply print all of the odd pages, then flip and print the even pages on the back side. Just make sure you’re pages are set up in the right order to print the correct pages on the backsides.

Suggestions for use: I get some colorful pens, I like Frixion erasable pens, and start planning! The dates are already dated along the top of each page, all you have to do is fill in your assignments! You might even wish to use different colored pens for each subject to help keep things organized and easy to read.   Hope you enjoy this planner!


  1. Erica,
    Do you have your older kiddos use this planner or do they use the printed out lesson plans from homeschool tracker still? I have been printing out plans for my kids with HST, but have been wondering if I should have my high schoolers use a planner to make them more accountable for their school work. I am unsure about this, since I love using HST’s plans and rely heavily on them and the organization of it all.


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