Math/Sci Freshmen Class of 2026
These assignments are designed to help with your transition to our program in the fall. Over the course of the summer, work on developing your research topic in Biology, Math practice, and read selected passages from Mindset: The New Psychology of Success for our Freshmen Seminar Series in August. At anytime, if you have a question about your assignments please email your teacher and they are available to work with you and answer any questions.
Below, click on the links to access your Research Topic Directions, Summer Reading, Book/Supply List, and PreCalc Practice problems. Depending on the highest level of math you completed prior to enrolling, please complete the practice questions that correspond with your 8th grade math level (course will be in parenthesizes). Math is a skill that can atrophy quickly so these quick assignments are designed to keep your skills sharp and do not require an exorbitant amount of time to complete.
Remember, we are all taking this journey together so please contact us if you have any questions.
Math/Sci Sophomore Class of 2025
This summer, your focus will be on your conducting the experimental stage of your research project. Along with your research project, please complete the PreCalc II or Advanced PreCalc II (depending on your math level last year) to keep sharp with your math terms. This is an update to an error previously listed here. At anytime, the MathSci Office is available to assist you with any questions because we are all on this journey together.
Below, click on the links to access your research directions for Chemistry and book/supply list for the school year.
Math/Sci Senior Class of 2023
This year, there are no summer assignments for our rising seniors. Instead, many colleges release their essay topics for their applications in July. Use this time to write out the rough draft of your essays because when we return to school in August time will fly...In the meantime, as you begin to plan for post-high school (scary to think how fast this will go by), feel free to reach out to us anytime if you have questions or needs.