Specifically designed to help teenagers stay organized.

ClassTracker was created by Lesley Martin, professional Academic Coach, best-selling author of ``Make the Grade`` and former teacher at a top-ranked Bay Area High School. For 15 years she's steered students towards success by teaching them how to manage their time and workload.

Working directly with students, we perfected planners that help them:

• Organize their work into proiritized, actionable items

• Stay on top of assignments, afterschool activities, and events

• Take control of their overly-scheduled lives

Most high school teachers view organizational skills as crucial for academic success.

Customized for your school’s unique schedule.

ClassTracker specializes in working with schools using non-traditional schedules, like block, modified block, rotating or A/B. When you see our planners organized by subject, block schedules, or rotating periods, you’ll understand why students prefer and use their ClassTracker planners more than the competition’s.

The preferred planner for Bay Area Schools.

First produced nearly a decade ago, ClassTracker has since built a reputation throughout the Bay Area.

Academy of Alameda
The Bentley School
Katherine Delmar Burke School
Castilleja School
Cathedral School for Boys
Davison Middle School
The Hamlin School for Girls

Los Gatos High School
Notre Dame High School
Oakland Tech High School
Piedmont High School
Piedmont Middle School
Redwood High School

San Rafael High School
Saratoga High School
Sir Francis Drake High School
Tamalpais High School
Terra Linda High School
Woodside Priory School

Our planners are loved by students, teachers, and administrators alike.

Testimonials

  • "I am not a very organized student but my ClassTracker planner really helps. Without it I would be in deep trouble. I love having all my assignments listed in one place so there is no confusion on what’s due. When I actually use the planner I am much more successful in completing my homework. I like that there’s room to not only write what’s due but also for upcoming events."

    9th grade student
  • Our ClassTracker planners have been a godsend for our students, parents, and faculty.  I’ve gotten more positive feedback about the planners than probably anything else I’ve done at the school!  Our schedule can be complicated, and the planners have helped our students better plan and organize their classes, assignments, to-do lists, and more.

    Dean of Students, Priory School
  • ClassTracker planners continue to be an essential component of teaching organizational skills to Hamlin middle school students. Even though we have a 1:1 iPad program in Grades 6-8 and we were tempted by the myriad electronic planner/organizer apps out there, we have found that using a paper system supports our students independently managing their work. By physically writing down assignments for oneself, a student makes a stronger connection to what is being asked of her; often the practice of writing alone triggers a student to ask clarifying questions about the assignment.

    Middle School Head, Hamlin School
  • "If I don't things in my planner, I forget them.  Once I didn't write down an assignment, and when I got home, I looked in my planner and thought I had no homework, so I didn't do it. I bring my planner everywhere. We have so much going on in 8th grade, with the high school stuff, volunteer commitments...I have to have a place to write it all down."

    8th grader, Katherine Delmar Burke School
  • "I am a sophomore and a very good student, and I love to be organized. This year’s planner is amazing! I like it because it shows what I have to do for every single class, and it is very neat and visually pleasing. I use the planner every single day, and I honestly couldn't live without it. Thank you so much for designing such a fantastic planner!!!"

    10th grade student
  • "In 15 years of teaching, I've never seen kids use a planner as effectively as they do their ClassTrackers. Since adopting ClassTrackers, I have noticed that students are on top of their assignments and turn in more homework."

    Social Studies Teacher, Tamalpais High School
  • Although it cost more than a generic planner, the extra few dollars are well worth the investment as learning to be organized is a critical element to students' academic success. ​I am so happy that we switched to using Class Tracker from a generic planner as it allowed us to customize the various planning tools and documents  based on our teachers and students' specific needs. One of our teachers, who had received input from other teachers,  worked with Lesley to design a planner that was customized to our schedule and contained key documents around our behaviors expectations, student qualities, etc. As a result, teachers have done an even better job of teaching students how to effectively use it as there is now more buy-in. I should note that parents are also very happy with it.

    Executive Director, Academy of Alameda Middle School
  • "Working with ClassTracker was effortless. The end product was top-notch, student-friendly, and  encompassed our school's core mission and values."

    Assistant Principal, Terra Linda High School
  • "It's wonderful that ClassTracker is an assignment book that students actually use. They know what and when things are due. Students are more organized and responsible as a result."

    Mathematics Teacher, Tamalpais High School
  • For a number of reasons, we believe that it's important for middle schoolers to have a central place in which to write themselves reminders. While we post assignments online for reference at home, and for students who are absent, the pause at the end of a class period for students to write in their planners is an important moment for clarification and for integration of learning, as well as an opportunity for teachers to become aware of students who may not be registering instructions.  Middle schoolers also have busy lives with more than homework to keep track of; the planner is a place to write down those reminders, and research points to the value of tactile engagement in the writing process as an aid to memory.

    Director of Upper School, Katherine Delmar Burke School
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