Personalized Learning Plan (PLP)

Personalized Learning Plan (PLP)

A personalized learning plan (or PLP) is developed by students - typically in collaboration with teachers, counselors, and parents—as a way to help them achieve short- and long-term learning goals, most commonly at the middle school and high school levels. PLPs are generally based on the belief that students will be more engaged in their learning and will feel a stronger sense of ownership over their education if they decide what they want to learn, how they are going to learn it, and why they need learn it to achieve their personal goals.

The goal of a personalized learning plan is to bring greater coherence, focus, and purpose to the decisions students make about their education.

To help students develop their PLP, James Logan High School has adopted the use of, which is a comprehensive resource developed through the California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI).  CCGI partners with K-12 school districts to support students, counselors, parents, and community-based organizations with technological tools to facilitate their post-secondary planning and preparation process. The website allows students to build their own comprehensive online portfolio where they can reflect on a realistic and optimal picture of their past, present, and future selves. Student Plans of Study and Portfolios can be easily shared with educators, advisors, and parents.  

Student accounts will be created by James Logan's School Counseling staff and students will meet with their School Counselor periodically to continue to explore and develop their PLPs.  In addition, more information and tools will be made available on this webpage as this program evolves.

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View the Slide Show for a quick overview about and the California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI), as well as, step-by-step directions on how to register your account.

Troubleshooting Login issues:

  • Issue: “I can’t Register my account”

    • Resolution: Make sure you entered your first and last name as it appears on your transcript. Also, make sure you entered your birthdate as 2 digit month / 2 digit day / 4 digit year (ex. 01/01/2001)

  • Issue: “I can’t sign in with Google”

    • Resolution: Select the “Sign In” option, then select “Forgot Password.” Enter your school school email and follow the instruction in the email.






View the Slide Show to Create your Parent Account so you can explore, research, and guide your student through their journey during high school and beyond.

Click here to be redirected to the Grade Level Presentation webpage to view the content that was covered with each grade level.

Snapshot of James Logan's Graduation Requirements

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