Summer Assignments

Summer Assignments

AP Capstone

AP Seminar:

No Summer Assignment

AP Research:

Summer Assignment

 
 

English Department

English 9 Honors:

Summer Assignment
Reading Guide for A Tale of Two Cities

English 10 Honors

Summer Assignment

English 11 Honors

Summer Assignment

AP English Language:

 

English 12 Dual Enrollment

No Summer Assignment 

AP English Literature:

Summer Assignment

 

Business and Technical Department

AP Computer Science Principles

No Summer Assignment

AP Computer Science A

 No Summer Assignment

 Criminal Justice Dual Enrollment

No Summer Assignment 

 

Foreign Language Department

French II Honors:

Summer Assignment

French III Honors:

Summer Assignment 

AP French:

Summer Assignment

German:

A Note for ALL German Students 

German II Honors:

Summer Assignment

German III Honors:

Summer Assignment

AP German:
 
Summer Assignment

AP Latin

AP Latin Instructions

AP Latin Answer Sheet

 *If you need a copy of the Excelability book, please email Dr. Simone*

Spanish 2 Honors: 

Summer Assignment

Spanish 3 Honors:

 Summer Assignment

For the online grammar activities, students only need to print out the results page.

AP Spanish:

Summer Assignment

Track 12

Track 16

Track 17

Track 18

 

Mathematics Department

Honors Algebra I:

Summer Assignment

Honors Geometry:

Summer Assignment 

Honors Algebra II:

Summer Assignment

Honors Precalculus

Summer Assignment

AP Statistics

Summer Assignment Instructions

Summer Assignment

AP Calculus AB and BC

 

Calculus III Dual Enrollment:

 No Assignment

 

Science Department

Honors Anatomy and Physiology and Dual Enrollment Anatomy and Physiology:

There is no OFFICIAL Summer work for Traditional or Honors Anatomy and Physiology OR for Dual Enrollment Anatomy and Physiology. Although, in order to be prepared for the beginning weeks of class, students may wish to review BASIC Cellular Biology and BASIC Chemistry concepts, such as:

  • Atomic structure (subatomic particles, charges, locations, masses, atomic mass, atomic number, isotopes)
  • The difference between molecules and compounds
  • Types of bonding (Ionic, Covalent, Polar covalent, and Hydrogen)
  • Patterns of chemical reactions (Synthesis, Decomposition, Exchange, and Reversible)
  • Difference between inorganic and organic compounds
  • The pH scale (what it measures and what each unit change means, as well as what an acid and base is)
  • Organic compound structures and functions (Carbohydrates, Proteins, Nucleic acids, and Lipids)
  • Cellular components (structure and function of nucleus, ribosomes, mitochondria, etc.)
  • Cellular membrane components (structure and function)
  • Cellular membrane transport (Diffusion, Osmosis, Facilitated Diffusion, Simple Active Transport, Endocytosis, and Exocytosis)
 

Honors Biology:

 No Summer Assignment

Biology II Dual Enrollment:

 No Summer Assignment 

AP Biology:

No Summer Assignment 

Honors Chemistry:

No Summer Assignment

Honors Organic Chemistry:

Summer Assignment

AP Chemistry:

No Summer Assignment

Honors Physics:

 No Summer Assignment

AP Physics I:

Summer Assignment 

AP Physics II:

No Summer Assignment

STEM IV Dual Enrollment:

No Summer Assignment  

 

 

Social Studies Department

AP Psychology

 No Summer Assignment

AP Comparative Government:

 No Summer Assignment

AP United States Government:

 Read The Federalist Papers

AP Micro and Macro Economics:

No Summer Assignment

AP European History:

Summer Assignment

AP Human Geography:

No Summer Assignment

AP United States History:

Summer Assignment

Fine Arts Department

AP Art:

Summer Assignment