Required summer assignments are listed below. For free choice reading ideas, check out What Should I Read Next?
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Campbell Biology, 10th Editionby Jane Reece et al.
Chemistry: The Central Science, 13th Edition by Theodore Brown et al.
Chapter 1 PowerPoint Slides
Chapter 2 PowerPoint Slides
Chapter 3 PowerPoint Slides
Chapter 10 PowerPoint Slides
University Physics with Modern Physics, 14th Editionby Hugh Young et al.
Lord of the Fliesby William Golding
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
Selected Topics in English for non-AP Juniors and Seniors
AP English LanguageandComposition
The Things They Carriedby Tim O'Brien
Two novels by the same 20th or 21st century American author
AP English Literature and Composition
The Inheritance of Lossby Kiran Desai
After Rainby William Trevor
Le Racisme Explique a Ma Filleby Tahar Ben Jelloun
Latino Americansby Ray Suarez
[The assigned work is unrelated to the required reading. There is no work specifically related to the book. We will work on the book in class.]
World History I
World History II
World History: Pearson, Prentice Hallby Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis & Anthony Esler
Honors World History II
The Prince by Niccolo Machiavelli (Donno translation)
U. S. History
Actively read one important U.S. History document from the Assignment, and complete the accompanying questions.
AP European History
A World Lit Only By Fire: The Medieval Mind and the Renaissance: Portrait of an Ageby William Manchester
Honors U. S. History
America: A Narrative History (Brief Tenth Edition) by David E. Shi and George Brown Tindall