Summer Reading and Assignments 2022

Updated July 6, 2022


Summer Reading List
Recommended Summer Reading List


Algebra I and Honors Algebra I
Algebra II and Honors Algebra II/Trigonometry
Honors Pre-Calculus
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC 
AP Statistics


World History 9 
Honors World History 9 
Honors Ethics
AP World 
U.S. History 
American Studies/Am-Stud U.S. History
AP U.S. History/APUSH 
AP Gov

World Languages

AP Spanish
Recommended Spanish Enrichment Activities
Resources for Spanish Reading Materials

Experience has taught us that world language programs differ greatly from school to school. Students often come to us needing to repeat a level of foreign language study; sometimes they are able to skip a year. To foresee either of these issues (and avoid any scheduling issues that this might create), students will need to take the placement test to enter the appropriate level as soon as possible.

For students intending to take a language class above Level I, you will be able to access a placement test once you log into your Canvas page for the first time. You will find that you are enrolled in a course called World Language Placement. Please follow the instructions on that page to take the appropriate assessment before July 16 if possible. Note that you will need microphone access and approximately 30 minutes to complete the test.

All tests must be taken with no outside help, including dictionaries, translators, books, or notes. Using outside help on your placement exam will cause you to be placed in a level which does not match your ability, which will result in a very difficult year for you and/or a mid-year switch into the correct level.

If you have questions, please contact World Languages Chair Libby Fifer at