Class Supplies List

All students:

- 3-ring binder

- Pack of eight notebook dividers with tabs for labeling

- Loose leaf notebook paper (college rule or regular, your preference)

- Tablet or pack of graph paper (25 square/inch size)

- Pens and pencils

Optional items

- Ruler with metric measurements

- Scissors

- Transparent tape

- Stapler & staples

- Highlighters

- Pencil Sharpener

- Pencil Case

- Glue Sticks

- Additional items for specific classes

English Courses

Freshmen English

- A folder to keep handouts organized

- A notebook or section in your binder for notes

Sophomore & Junior English

- A section in your binder for notes

- 100 count 3" x 5" note card pack

- Red pens for editing

Senior English

- Yellow highlighters (2 or 3)

AP English

- A section in your binder for notes

- Highlighter

Freshman Experience Course

- A sketch book (any size)

- Drawing pencils (any kind)

- Bible (any version)

Math Courses

Pre-Algebra

- Basic calculator, will only be used occasionally

Algebra I and II

- Scientific calculator (does not need graphing)

Pre-Cal, AP Calculus

- Scientific Calculator - TI-84 or TI-84+

Consumer Math

- Scientific calculator (does not need graphing)

Religion Courses

Freshman Religion

- Bible

- 3-ring notebook with at least three dividers

Sophomore Religion

- Bible (any translation)

- Recommended but optional – Bible marking pens/pencils or Bible highlighters

Junior Religion

- Bible

- Notebook for notes

Senior Religion

- Bible (any translation)

- Composition notebook for journaling

- Notebook for taking notes

Science Courses

Chemistry

- Scientific calculator - You do NOT need a graphing calculator for chemistry, but you do need one that can handle scientific notation and logarithms. Many students use the TI 83 or TI 84, as they may be needed in current or future math classes. A more economical and perfectly adequate option is the TI 30, which usually retails for under $10 at Walmart.

- Recommended but not required: pack of 10 or more coloring pencils and a pencil sharpener.

- Loose-leaf notebook with five dividers.

Physics

- Scientific calculator – You do NOT need a graphing calculator for Physics, but you do need one that can handle scientific notation, trigonometric functions, and logarithms. Many students use the TI 83 or the TI 84, as they may be needed in current or future math classes. A more economical and perfectly adequate option is the TI 30, which usually retails for under $10 at Walmart.

Physical Science Course

- Two journals (not spiral bound). Can be lined, gridded or blank pages--any size is okay.

- Set of 3x5 note cards and a way to organize them (rubber bands, rings, files, etc.).

- Colored pencils or markers

Biology and A&P

- Pack of 12 or more colored pencils

Spanish Courses

Spanish I and II

- A folder to keep handouts organized

- A notebook or a section in your binder for notes

- A highlighter