Hello, bullet journalists! I just started creating spreads in my new bullet journal for the upcoming school year, so I’m popping in today to share some of those with you all. I will admit, I have mixed feelings about summer ending, but there’s nothing like a new Leuchtturm notebook to get you excited to go back to school!
I use my school bullet journal to keep track of assignments, tests, and other school related things. You can browse more of my school bullet journal posts here.
My cover page for this year is nice and simple, with just the years and nothing else. On the next spread, I’ve drawn out my schedule for the first semester and set aside a page for notes. (I usually don’t take notes in my school bullet journal, but I always leave a little space to jot down important information in the first few days of school, like my locker combination, etc.)
For my monthly spreads this year, I’m doing a calendar layout and using my Mildliner highlighters to add color—the lines at the bottoms of some of the boxes signify the days when I don’t have school.
Just like last year, my new weekly spreads have a very simple, vertical setup, which I’ve found is the best and most efficient way for me personally to keep track of my assignments.
I have more spreads set up for the rest of the school year (I like to plan all of my school spreads in advance), but it would be a bit boring for me to be showing you the same sort of weekly spread over and over again, so that’s all for now.
If you’re a fellow student, let me know in the comments—how are you feeling about starting school? (Or have you already started?) Do you use any bullet journal techniques for your schoolwork? I hope you all have great years!