Summer Reading and Assignments
Summer Assignments may not be updated until the end of April. If there is a question, check with the teacher.
English Summer Reading Book Lists & Assignments
Summer Reading is required for all advanced English classes. General English students who complete the assignment will be given extra credit.
Summer Reading Assignment/Instructions (for all advanced/general English classes)
- Freshman English Book List (For Incoming 9th Graders)
- Sophomore English Book List (For Incoming 10th Graders)
- Junior English Book List (For Incoming 11th Graders)
- Senior English Book List (For Incoming 12th Graders)
Summer Reading Annotation Sheet
Download the digital version if you prefer to type the assignment or if you need to print extra sheets.
Dual Credit English
Incoming Dual Credit English students for the 2015-2016 school year will need to purchase their own Fall and Spring textbooks. Either print OR digital copiers are acceptable.
Fall semester: The Longman Writer: Brief Edition, 9th edition, by Judith Nadell. ISBN 978-0-321-91433-0.
Spring semester: Good reasons with contemporary Arguments, 6th edition, by Lester Faigley and Jack Selzer. ISBN 978-0321900210.
AP Junior English
Summer Research Assignment
History Summer Assignments
AP Art History
AP European History
AP Human Geography
AP World History
For map and research assignment directions, click here.
Practice maps (optional) can be found here:
(The above links will take you directly to the specific map on the Houghton-Mifflin site. www.eduplace.com)
You must submit a works cited page with your research. For information on how to do this, see The OWL at Purdue University.
MSTC Algebra 2
MSTC AP Calculus BC with Mrs. Patterson
MSTC AP Chemistry
MSTC Reading for Senior Seminar, Junior Research, and Biology 1
MSTC Senior Seminar Reading - Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcolm Gladwell; ISBN: 978-0-316-01792-3
MSTC Junior Research Reading - Longitude, Dava Sobel; ISBN: 0-14-025879-5
MSTC Biology 1 Reading - Assignment
Other AP Assignments
About this page
- Author: Kim Overstreet
- Updated: Wednesday, August 05, 2015