Hello High School - book for teens by Claire Eaton
Hello High School book checklist

Hello High School: Goodbye drama and stress. 85 tips for high school teens that boost friendships, mindset, productivity and success

By Claire Eaton B.A., B.Ed.

"This is such a good book. It answers all my questions and is easy to read so I will use it a lot." - Max 13

"The 'zones' make sense, it's good to have steps to follow to help me feel less overwhelmed by high school." - Michael 14

"Awesome book. The friendship and productivity zones are so good, I keep going back to them when I need to." - Sophie 16

"I will read this book, it will help me plan, stay on top of the workload and all the habits and hacks are great reminders too." - Jess 15

"The Productivity and Courage zones were stand out sections for me. Now I know how to plan and be organised, I get more done and I don't fall behind." - Zoe 16

"I have read the MVP section so many times. Knowing about boundaries helped me a lot and the tips to make the most of teacher feedback." - Jack 14

"This is the best book. It's easy to read and I like the way it answers so many questions which makes high school feel so much easier." - Daisy 15

"Cool book. The productivity zone is really helpful, especially knowing how motivation, procrastination affects the way I do my homework and study." - Henry 14

"I found this book really good. The tips for staying away from drama and problems were good for me and my friends." - Ella 15

"The six steps in the Courage zone will help me heaps when I am feeling anxious." - Michelle 13

"I love love love the technique to change thoughts. This will work so well for me and help me to handle hard things at school." - Stephanie 15

"I can be a perfectionist, so the section about being perfect and comparison myself to other people was good for me to read." - Josh 16

"I like the zones. I can flick to the section I need to read and all the information is simple and easy to read." - Nicholas 12

"The Friendship zone is great. My friend group read it and it reminded us to stay away from drama, gossiping and judging." - Emma 14

"This is a good read. It's definitely a book everyone should have in high school, like a textbook so everyone can help each other get through." - Hannah 13

"I think this book answers every question anyone could ever ask about high school. It's brilliant." - Zac 16

"High School feels a lot less overwhelming because this book explains it all and it's easy to read." - Hamish 13

"I like all the organisation and planning tips in the Productivity zone. They are easy to follow and will help me keep up with all my work." - Sally 16

"Hello High School is really good. It's not complicated so I'll use it and the tips, they're straight forward and they'll work too." - Xavier 17

"If you have a question or worry about high school, this book will 100% give you the answer. Read it, you won't regret it!" - Ben 15

"This book is different because it's simple and written for us. The zones are good and the strategies definitely are practical." - Jackson, 15

High school can be a time of extreme ups and downs. Teenagers in year 7-12 are always looking for practical ways to handle demands of homework and study, friendships, teachers and academics and most importantly themselves and their own mindset as they face new experiences and a range of challenges along the way.

Parents want to see their teens thrive in high school, of course they do, yet they can feel frustrated and helpless watching their teens struggle because procrastination, overwhelm, stress and drama are getting in the way of their teen’s success. Hello High School and its companion Yearly Planner offer ready-to-use step by step strategies to help teens make the most of high school.

What Teens are Saying

  • How do I plan, prioritise and be organised so I hand work in on time?
  • I get so stressed and totally lose it, what can I do?
  • My confidence isn’t where it used to be.
  • I procrastinate way too much, but don’t know how to stop.
  • What’s the difference between busy and being productive?
  • I can’t motivate myself and then I get so overwhelmed when I’ve got so much unfinished work to do.
  • I know I’m a perfectionist and I compare myself to my friends.
  • Drama, drama, drama. I get dragged into it and I don’t want to.
  • Anxiety blocks me, I don’t know what to do.

85 Practical and Teen-Friendly HOW TO Tips

Hello High School, Claire’s second book for teenagers in years 7-12, is packed with 85 practical and teen-friendly HOW TO tips to boost friendships, mindset, productivity and success. If a teen has asked the question, the answer will be in this book

Hello High School is divided into 7 zones, each delivers tools needed to help teens stress less and shine more.

Respected Australian author, coach and speaker, Claire Eaton, offers teenagers and parents the book they have been waiting for. It’s relatable, readable and brimming with teen-tested HOW TO ways to empower teens to say hello to high school with more resilience, optimism and confidence.

What’s Inside Hello High School

  1. Hello SCHOOL ZONE  – Goodbye needless stress. (10 do-it-now tactics to press STOP)
    Think smart, handle failure, tune in to teachers and be brain care aware.
  2. Hello HOME ZONE – Goodbye homework hassle. (10 simple steps to manage homework and study)
    Plan, prioritise and use time wisely, push back on perfection and be test and exam ready.
  3. Hello PRODUCTIVITY ZONE – Goodbye procrastination and overwhelm. (20 sure-thing tips to get work done on time)
    Use routines, dominate devices, set up for less late nights and reward yourself.
  4. Hello FRIENDSHIP ZONE – Goodbye dangerous drama. (10 great ways to step towards friendship and away from drama)
    Ditch drama, get real on groups, trust yourself and find your fit at school.
  5. Hello COURAGE ZONE – Goodbye worry and anxiety. (15 helpful strategies to reduce anxiety and boost your vibe)
    Follow facts, shrink mountains, manage messages, breathe deeply and think well.
  6. Hello MVP ZONE – Goodbye crazy comparisons.   (15 brilliant tools to be your best)
    Build boundaries, share positivity, catch comparisons, practice kindness and gratitude.
  7. Hello SUCCESS ZONE – Goodbye unhelpful habits. (5 ways to stay in the zone)
    Choose your vibe, hang with humans, be active, eat mood food and get plenty of sleep.