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Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Lower School 2020 Summer Reading List
(Grades 2nd – 5th)

This summer, we will continue an approach to summer reading that combines our commitment to lifelong learning and the latest research in the field of adolescent literacy. This research supports the idea when students have a choice in their reading selections, they are more likely to read the material and gain a deeper appreciation for literature. Therefore, we are providing a list of popular websites from local, state, and national professional organizations to use as resources when choosing reading selections.

2nd Grade: Students are encouraged to read any book of their choice.  Please see the attached PDF for more information on 2nd Grade Summer Reading.

Download PDF – 2nd Grade

3rd Grade: Please see the attached PDF for more information on 3rd Grade Summer Reading.

Download PDF – 3rd Grade

Download PDF-3rd Grade Book Review

4th Grade: Please see the attached PDF for more information on 4th Grade Summer Reading.

Download PDF – 4th Grade

5th Grade: Please see the attached PDF for more information on 5th Grade Summer Reading.

Download PDF – 5th Grade


Intermediate School 2020 Summer Reading List
(Grades 6th – 8th)

This summer, grades 6-8 are expected to read a grade appropriate novel and complete a book review.  Again, the books should be grade appropriate, but we also want students to choose a book that catches their interest.

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Upper School 2020 Summer Reading List
(Grades 9th – 12th)

Students will receive an email from their teachers regarding summer reading.

All 9th-12th grade students are required to read: David & Golaith. Click here for the assignment.

AP Biology should click here for their assignment.

AP Computer Science should click here for their assignment.

AP Language & Composition should click here for their assignment.

AP Literature & Composition should click here for their assignment.

AP US History should click here for their assignment.