2017-2018 School Calendar Templates
Download a School Calendar template for the 2016-2017 or 2017-2018 school year and easily edit it using Excel. Use our templates to create calendars for public, private, or home schools. The templates include both monthly and yearly school calendars, and the yearly calendars work for any school year.
If you want to quickly print a school year calendar, see our printable academic calendars page. If you want a monthly school calendar starting in January, like our printable calendars, or want to choose the starting month, try our new perpetual calendar template.
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Monthly School Calendar Templatefor Excel and Google Sheets
"No installation, no macros - just a simple spreadsheet" - by Jon Wittwer
This download contains a collection of 14-month calendars with each month on a separate worksheet (from July to August of the following year). The .zip downloads includes files for both Excel 2003 (.XLS) and Excel 2007 or later (.XLSX).
If you are using Excel 2007 or later, you will probably want to use our newer .XLSX files included in the download. Newer versions of Excel make it easier to choose different color schemes (via Page Layout > Colors). See the very bottom of this page for information about how to create a PDF of your 2017-2018 calendar to post on your school's website.
14-Month School Year Calendarfor Excel and OpenOffice
This 2017-2018 school-year calendar works for any year and shows 14 months on a page (starting with the month of your choice). Like the other school-year calendars, you can make a list of special events and format cells differently for different types of events.
School Event Calendarfor Excel and OpenOffice
Use this template to create a 12-month school event calendar with dates listed for important events and holidays. Some U.S. holidays are included and update automatically when you change the year. Works for any year, with a Monday-first option.
School Year Event Calendarfor Excel and OpenOffice
A 14-month school event calendar for listing the year's events in detail, with mini-calendars on the left side. Works for any year, with a Monday-first option. Includes some U.S. holidays that update automatically when you change the year.
School Year Calendarfor Excel and OpenOffice
A full-year (12-month) school-year calendar, good for any year, and you can choose the start month. This is a very popular template for creating and publishing a school calendar.
You can share the calendar by converting it to a PDF. Just print to a PDF driver. Or, if you are using Excel 2010 or later, you can save the file as a PDF.
District School-Year Calendarfor Excel and OpenOffice
This calendar template is general enough to be used for a single school, but we originally created it for a school district. It allows you to show a full school year and list specific events for different schools. You can change the labels in the "Category of Events" sections to be the names of the schools in the district.
To create a PDF to share with parents and faculty, simply go to File > Save As and save it as a PDF.
School Calendar Color Schemes
New: The new .XLSX versions (for Excel 2007 or later) are theme-enabled, meaning that you can change the color scheme by going to Page Layout > Colors. You can also change the theme fonts by going to Page Layout > Fonts.
Publishing Your School Calendar as a PDF
I often get asked for permission and/or help to create a PDF that can be placed on a school's website. That is what these templates have been designed for, but you must provide a reference link to Vertex42.com on the website or in the footer of the PDF. If you place a link on your site, feel free to link to this page or one of our other free calendar pages.
If you own Adobe Acrobat Professional, you can create a PDF from an Excel spreadsheet by simply printing to the Adobe PDF driver. If you are using Excel 2010 or Later, then you can create a PDF by just going to Save As and choosing the PDF format.
PromoPDF is a free tool for creating PDFs from almost any Windows application.