Summer Assignments

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Instructions.  Please look below to locate the summer assignments for your class (the grade into which you will be this coming school year).  All work should be completed as directed and must be submitted the first day of school (unless a different due date is specified).  Students are to plan their time accordingly so that they meet all expectations to a high degree of excellence. Click on the links below to download the attachments.  



Course Instructor Assignment Information
AP English Literature & Composition



Mr. Berger  AP English Literature and Composition



IB English Literature


(IB Seniors)

Pre-IB English I Honors

(Pre-IB Freshmen)


Mrs. Melvin


 English1 PreIBSummer Assignment

Pre-IB English 2 AP Language

(Pre-IB Sophomores)

Ms. Contreras   Contreras 10th Grade AP Lang Summer Assignment
IB English AP Language

(IB Juniors and non-IB Juniors)

 Mrs. Rulison  Summer Assignment 18-19 IB Juniors
AP U.S. History

(Non-IB Students & IB Juniors)

  All Teachers

Students should work through the first four assignments which includes watching the videos, printing the worksheets, and filling them in as they go. The worksheets are due the first day of school and students can expect a test or quiz on the material the first week back.

The copyrighted materials can be accessed with “bobcat” as the password.

 AP Psychology  Ms. McLaughlin  APPsychSummerAssignment2018




AP U.S. Government & Politics  Mr. Rowland

Read and outline the U.S. Constitution.

AP Human Geography Mrs. Coss

Advanced Placement Human Geography

AP World History

(BOTH Pre-IB Freshmen AND non-IB students)


Dr. O’Connor MyLearning course, click here to get started.

IB Social/Cultural Anthropology

Dr. O’Connor  No summer assignment for this class.
AP Environmental Science  Mrs. Skoglund AP Environmental Summer Assignment

Summer human footprint 3


AP 2D Studio Art Ms. Smith  Summer Assignments AP 2D Studio Art Students
Guidance and IB Core

Summer Assignment

(IB Seniors)

Ms. Baker/

Mr. Morgenstein

  • Complete the purple letter of recommendation request form given to you by Mrs. Baker. This questionnaire is necessary for Mrs. Baker to write personable/specific letters of recommendations for you for college admission and scholarships.  Click here for letter form.

  • Work on CAS activities and complete reflections on your ManageBac account.  Our goal is for CAS completion by the end of January.
  • Be sure to meet all Extended Essay due dates for work. Consult the Timeline and other guiding resources on ManageBac.
  • Research and download college applications this summer to begin your college essays and to get a “jump start” on completing college applications.
  • With any traveling this summer, plan college visits to nearby schools you may be interested in attending.
Guidance and IB Core

Summer Assignment

(IB Juniors)


Ms. Baker/

Mr. Morgenstein

  • Plan/work on CAS activities and complete reflections on your ManageBac account.
  • If traveling this summer, plan college visits to nearby schools you may be interested in attending.  If staying local, visits schools in our greater Tampa Bay area to learn of their offerings.
  • Research colleges/universities to which you may be interested in applying.
Guidance Summer


(Pre-IB Freshmen & Pre-IB Sophomores)


Ms. Baker/

Mr. Morgenstein


  •  Volunteer for community service in an area you are passionate about and complete the school’s community service form for hours to be placed on your high school transcript. (A minimum of 25 hours is suggested.)
  • Document using the form indicated following the guidelines for community service.
  • Research colleges and universities of interest. What summer programs might they offer to high school students?
  • Take a free online career-interest inventory to gain insight on career interests.
ASL 2  

Mrs. Heymann

Click on the document below for video links. They are a review in order of signs learned that follows our class textbook, Master ASL.

It is highly suggested you review whenever you have a moment.  Each video is between 2-4 minutes.  If you were weak in vocabulary during ASL 1 or just want a review to strengthen your visual ASL vocabulary so your language foundation is strong entering ASL 2!

ASL 2 Summer Vocabulary review