It’s almost Back To School time already! Some schools start this month, and others start next month. It’s never too early to start getting organized so you can start the school year ready to go!
Quo Vadis has an extensive range of academic year planners in a variety of sizes and formats available with lots of different colors and styles of covers.
Check out all of our academic year planners below! Click on links for more details on each planner, including where to buy.
Our best-selling academic year planner is the open-format Scholar weekly planner, which has a week on two pages format. The Scholar also has monthly pages so you can see the big overview of due dates and deadlines.
If you want a page for every day to write your schedule, lists, notes, memories, and daily journaling, check out the August-July Textagenda day per page planner.
If you like an open weekly format but want a pocket size planner you can take everywhere, you want the Sapa X Academic planner. It is small and lightweight for maximum portability.
If you are very busy, especially if you are juggling multiple roles like school, work, personal, volunteering, etc I highly recommend the Septanote weekly planner. This is the planner I use during very busy times. It has tons of time management and task organization features built right in, so you don’t have to think about how to use it, you are off and running immediately.
If you want to plan your days in detail and have a weekly tasks dashboard in a compact planner, take a look at the Academic Minister weekly planner. If you like this format but need it in pocket size, it’s the University planner.
If you want a weekly view where each day has a timed schedule, lists dashboard, and space for daily notes, check out the unique format of the Principal weekly planner.