Summer Assigments & Book Lists
About Book Lists
Below you will find the Book Lists for the 2022-2023 school year. Please use this list to purchase the necessary novels for your student's English class for the coming school year. If an ISBN number is listed with the title please be sure you are purchasing that exact book. These editions are specific to what the teachers will be using in class and we want to ensure your student is using the correct text for each unit. All of these books will be available for purchase at Charger Days in July through Barnes and Noble but you can order them before then from a retailer of your choice as well.
About Summer Assignments
The purpose of this summer assignment is to cultivate knowledge and better prepare students for their upcoming English classes. Though none of these books are on the reading list for next year, each one of these stories has been selected due to their thematic connections to the courses and for their place in the pantheon of great books in the Western Tradition.
There are two parts to the summer assignment. Part 1 consists of picking ONE of the books for their upcoming grade and reading it during summer break. Once your student is done reading the book, please refer to the ‘Projects’ section of this document to see which activities are open to him or her. Part 2 consists of picking and completing one project for the book.
Please note: Summer assignments are not mandatory, but your student can earn extra credit in his or her English class.
If you are unsure if your student is enrolled in an Honors or AP level English/History class, please contact the office and we can check with the Academic Advising department.