Showing parents how to help their children succeed

Serving schools and families since 1990

High School Years®

For parents of high school students

High School Years will help:

  • Improve school success
  • Help teens prepare for the future
  • Enhance parenting skills
  • Strengthen parent involvement
  • Face the tough teenage challenge

Starting at $229

  • FREE digital version included
  • ADA compliant
  • Also available in Spanish
  • 100% money-back guarantee

Show parents how to help their teens succeed.

Parenting a high schooler can be overwhelming—many parents think there’s nothing more they can do. Show parents how to stay involved and help their children succeed with High School Years. It’s packed with tips on:

  • time management and homework
  • planning for college or career
  • supporting teens’ growing independence
  • staying involved
  • preventing risky behaviors
  • building respect, responsibility, and resilience
  • handling other tough teen challenges

How it works

High School Years is ready to photocopy on the front and back of a single sheet—there’s no collating. And your subscription includes a free electronic version, too. You’ll get:

  • Monthly issues, September through May
  • Option to personalize with your name and the name of your school—at no extra cost
  • Black-line master, ready to copy and send home
  • PDF to post on your website and/or email to parents
  • ADA-compliant digital version included
  • Spanish version available

…and our 100% no-risk guarantee: If you’re not completely satisfied, cancel at any time for a full refund of every cent you paid. You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain!

2019–2020 Pricing

For other subscription terms, or if you have questions, call Customer Service at 800-394-5052 or email us at

Click on the section below to see which FREE bonuses come with your subscription.

Sept 2019–May 2020 Renewal Bonuses
Time Management for Teens—$20 value
Help teens take control of their busy days. This bonus offers strategies for maximizing time management tools like to-do lists and calendars, as well as ways to manage distractions from cell phones and other electronics. Also includes a grid that high schoolers (and parents!) can use to set priorities. Yours to reproduce.
A Guide to Parent-Teen Communication—$20 value
When parents keep the lines of communication open, teenagers tend do better in school and are less likely to engage in risky behaviors. Send home these suggestions for picking the best times to talk, finding common ground, spending time together, and more. Ready to reproduce and send home.

Order High School Years today!


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