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Recorded HS
Life Skills
Organized for Success for High School

Organization and Habits combine to powerfully leverage a student’s time, consequently raising grades and lowering stress. Introduce your High School student to both with this 4-day course.

Total classes: 4

Prerequisite: None

Suggested grade level: 9th to 12th grade

Suggested credit: ⅓ semester credit


Students who “own” their own schedule make life better for themselves and others. By implementing solid systems of organization, while building good habits (and perhaps breaking a few bad habits), students can better utilize their time. This improves their grades, as well as their relationships with others. Stress is reduced for both parent and student when good habits combine with a clear system. This course gives the resources and instruction for a High Schooler to seize this opportunity.


Day 1 ~ Assessing Your Schedule

Timing Activities

Class Times vs Study Blocks

Other Activities

Spreadsheet Basics

Atomic Habits ~ Fundamentals

Day 2 ~ Setting Up Your Calendar

Life Balance

Color Coding

Normal vs Anomalies

Digital Calendar Basics

Atomic Habits ~ 1st & 2nd Laws

Day 3 ~ Tracking Your Assignments/Tasks

Minding Requirements

Checking Grades

Self Discipline & Self Control

Conditional Formatting in Spreadsheets

Atomic Habits ~ 3rd & 4th Laws

Day 4 ~ Maintaining Your System

It all depends on YOU

Daily Maintenance

Weekly Updates

Semester Change-Overs

Atomic Habits ~ Advanced

Materials and Homework

Book: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear ISBN-13: 978-1804222133 (https://amzn.to/3G1o2mm)

Note: Siblings may share a copy, as long as each has time to review the sections assigned or they work together.

This book is a supplement to this course and only certain portions will be assigned, yet reading the whole book is highly recommended prior/post to this course. It could be used as a family activity for older students and parents.

Online: Google Resources — Access to a Google Account

Note: This can/should be shared with a parent.

Google Calendar is utilized as a resource. Other digital calendars can be used by students, but the instructions/examples will reference Google Calendar. A Google Sheet Template will be available to registered students.

Homework: Students should plan around 2 hours per day outside of class to review materials.

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