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Summer Reading 12th Grade

LATIN III

  • Cloelia: puella Romana, Ellie Arnold – ISBN: 978-1533624727
    • Read the entire book before the first day of class.

LATIN III – HONORS

  • Cloelia: puella Romana, Ellie Arnold – ISBN: 978-1533624727
    • Read the entire book before the first day of class.


Contact Mr. Bellum
 if you have any questions or comments.


THEOLOGY

  • The Screwtape Letters, C.S. Lewis – ISBN: 978-0060652937
    • Read the entirety of Screwtape, including the introduction and Screwtape Proposes a Toast, then answer these questions before the first day of class.

Screwtape Summer Reading Questions


Contact Rev. Stratton
 if you have any questions or comments.


AMERICAN LITERATURE AND ADVANCED COMPOSITION

  • Gilead, Marilynne Robinson – ISBN: 9780312424404
    • Read and annotate the entire book before the first day of class.
  • Our Town, Thornton Wilder – ISBN: 9780060512637
    • Read and annotate the entire book before the first day of class.
    • As you read, be paying attention to the way that the characters in these stories deal with family, community and death in small town America. Be evaluating the ways that American literature and characterization are similar and distinct from the international texts you’ve read previously.

Contact Ms. Batstone if you have any questions or comments.

AP ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND ADVANCED COMPOSITION

  • Winesburg, Ohio, Sherwood Anderson – ISBN: 9780486282695
    • Read and annotate the entire book before for the first day of class.
  • Gilead, Marilynne Robinson – ISBN: 9780312424404
    • Read and annotate the entire book before the first day of class.
  • Our Town, Thornton Wilder – ISBN: 9780060512637
    • Read and annotate the entire book before the first day of class.
    • As you read, be paying attention to the way that the characters in these stories deal with family, community and death in small town America. Be evaluating the ways that American literature and characterization are similar and distinct from the international texts you’ve read previously.

Contact Ms. Batstone if you have any questions or comments.


U.S. HISTORY

  • Common Sense, Thomas Paine
    • Read and annotate this essay before for the first day of class.

    Common Sense PDF

Contact Mr. Balmer if you have any questions or comments.

AP U.S. HISTORY

  • The American Pageant (16th edition), David M. Kennedy & Lizabeth Cohen – ISBN: 9781305075900
    • Take notes on the first two chapters (one to two notes per paragraph) before for the first day of class.

    Contact Mr. Balmer if you have any questions or comments.