Free printable school calendar template to keep you organized this school year.
Free printable school calendar template that is available in 3 different formats: Microsoft Excel, Word, and PNG. You can also open these files in Google Docs and Google Sheets. There are different formats available: a blank school calendar and some versions that have a section to add school holidays, the school name and logo, and/or notes. You can add the school name instead of the current title.
You can use the school calendars for schools or home schools. If you want to add text to some of the days, then the monthly version might be better for you since there is more space to add comments. If you use the yearly version, you can mark the days with a color and then add a color key. You can then mark cells in different colors for different types of events.
2023 and 2024 School Calendar Template
Yearly School Calendar
This is an academic year calendar template with 12 months on one page.
Monthly School Calendar
This printable calendar has 12 pages and a cover page. It starts in August 2023 and ends in July 2024. There is one month per page. If you want to include more months in your monthly calendar then go to blank calendars and add additional months.
How to Edit the Calendars
How to Add Your School’s Name
You can add your school’s name to the Word versions.
How to Mark Vacation Days
Each day is in a separate cell and you can change the background color for each day. Click next to the day that you want to mark.
In Powerpoint go to Design -> Shading -> then choose your color.
In Word go to Home -> Click on the Bucket -> then choose your color.
How to Add Your School’s Logo
You can add a logo to the Word versions.
In Microsoft Word go to Insert -> Pictures -> this device -> then choose your logo.
How to Save as a PDF
If you customize the Word version by adding your school name, logo, and comments, then save it as a PDF before you share and distribute it. To do this, simply go to File -> Save as -> Select PDF.
Can Schools Use These Calendars?
Yes. However, if you place the calendar on your school’s website please link to 101planners as the source.