Back to School Supply List

General Needs

We have alphabetically assigned these universally-used items to families according to last names. Please bring these items, along with your course-specific items, on the first day of school.

  • (A-E) Paper plates (microwavable)
  • (F-H) Plastic forks and spoons
  • (I-K) Liquid hand soap refills
  • (L-N) Kleenex/tissues
  • (O-R) Paper towels
  • (S-T) Clorox wipes
  • (U-Z) Expo dry-erase markers

 

7th Grade

Latin I (Dr. Heckel)

English (Mrs. Hockenbury)

    • Pens and pencils
    • Notebook paper
    • 10 pocket folders, any color
    • 2 packages dry erase markers

General Science (Mrs. Schott)

    • Binder
    • Notebook Paper
    • (NOT spiral notebooks)
    • Index cards for Science words
    • Sheet protectors for handouts

P.E. (Mr. Watson)

    • Water bottle

Pre-Algebra (Mrs. Kramer)

    • Folder or binder for assignments and paper
    • Loose leaf paper (any rule or graph) for daily assignments (Your student will probably use at least 2)
    • 1 package of loose leaf graph paper (if your student is not using it for daily assignments)
    • Spiral notebook or composition book for notes
    • Pencils  
    • Extra eraser
    • Basic Scientific Calculator like the TI-30

Humanities: Western Civilization I (Mrs. Mitchell)

    • Composition notebook for notes
    • Folder for handouts
    • Flashcards

Bible: Old Testament (Mr. Watson)

    • ESV Bible
    • Notebook

 

8th Grade

Algebra I (Mr. Birchler)

    • A supply of white loose-leaf notebook paper (no spiral bound paper please.)
    • A loose-leaf binder for collecting algebra papers.
    • A supply of #2 pencils
    • A large eraser
    • A supply of 1/4 or 1/5 inch grid graph paper
    • An orange “Flair” felt-tipped pen for drawing graphs. (Flair is a Paper Mate brand name.)
    • A broad-tipped yellow highlighter marker
    • A 6-inch ruler
    • A TI-30 calculator

Bible: New Testament (Mr. Watson)

    • ESV Bible
    • Notebook

Humanities: Western Civilization II (Dr. Heckel)

    • One inch binder for holding packet of notes or equal space in a multi-class binder.

P.E. (Mr. Watson)

    • Water bottle

English (Mrs. Hockenbury)

    • Pens and pencils
    • Notebook paper
    • 10 pocket folders, any color
    • 2 packages dry erase markers

Latin II (Dr. Heckel)

Physical Science (Mrs. Schott)

    • Binder
    • Notebook Paper
    • (NOT spiral notebooks)
    • Index cards for Science words
    • Sheet protectors for handouts

 

9th Grade

Geometry (Mr. Schlepphorst)

    • Notebook or binder
    • Pencil and Red Pen
    • Scientific (non-Graphing) Calculator such as Ti-30

Biology (Mrs. Schott)

    • Binder
    • Notebook Paper
    • (NOT spiral notebooks)
    • Index cards for Science words
    • Sheet protectors for handouts

Bible: Life of Paul (Mr. Watson)

    • ESV Bible
    • Notebook

Logic (Mr. Watson)

    • Notebook

Literature: Antiquity (Mrs. Mitchell)

    • Composition notebook for notes
    • Folder for reading handouts
    • Post-it notes for marking books

Latin III (Dr. Heckel)

    • Pencils

Humanities: Antiquity (Mrs. Hockenbury)

    • Post it notes, 5 packs
    • Notebook paper and 3-ring binder OR spiral bound notebook
    • Computer
    • Pens and pencils
    • 2 packages dry erase markers

Expository Writing (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • MUST HAVE COMPUTER (access to Google docs)
    • 3-ring binder with dividers

 

10th Grade

Humanities: Antiquity (Mrs. Hockenbury)

    • Post it notes, 5 packs
    • Notebook paper and 3-ring binder OR spiral bound notebook
    • Computer
    • Pens and pencils
    • 2 packages dry erase markers

Algebra II (Mr. Birchler)

    • A supply of white loose-leaf notebook paper (no spiral bound paper please.)
    • A loose-leaf binder for collecting algebra papers.
    • A supply of #2 pencils
    • A large eraser
    • A supply of 1/4 or 1/5 inch grid graph paper
    • An orange “Flair” felt-tipped pen for drawing graphs. (Flair is a Paper Mate brand name.)
    • A broad-tipped yellow highlighter marker
    • A 6-inch ruler
    • A TI-30 calculator
    • A laptop computer with internet access to periodically run internet math programs both at school and at home.

Chemistry (Mr. Schlepphorst)

Rhetoric (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Notebook

Bible: Jesus in the Old Testament (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Bible
    • Notebook

Music History (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Notebook

Choir (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Guys need black dress pants, shoes, white shirt.
    • Girls: Mrs. Hobbs will be supplying links to Amazon dresses (students will buy a style of black dress, each style about $20 or less)

Spanish I (Mr. Watson)

    • Notebook

Literature: Antiquity (Mrs. Mitchell)

    • Composition notebook for notes
    • Folder for reading handouts
    • Post-it notes for marking books

 

11th Grade

Spanish II (Mr. Watson)

Pre-Calculus (Mr. Schlepphorst)

    • Notebook or binder
    • Pencil and Red Pen
    • Scientific (non-Graphing) Calculator such as Ti-30

Literature: Christendom (Mrs. Hockenbury)

    • Post it notes
    • Notebook paper and 3-ring binder OR spiral bound notebook
    • Computer
    • Pens and pencils
    • 2 packages dry erase markers
    • 10 pocket folders, any color

Humanities: Christendom (Dr. Heckel)

    • One inch binder for holding packet of notes or equal space in a multi-class binder.

Music History (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Notebook

Choir (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Guys need black dress pants, shoes, white shirt.
    • Girls: Mrs. Hobbs will be supplying links to Amazon dresses (students will buy a style of black dress, each style about $20 or less)

Anatomy & Physiology (Mrs. Schott)

    • Binder
    • Notebook Paper
    • (NOT spiral notebooks)
    • Index cards for Science words
    • Sheet protectors for handouts
    • Colored pencils

Apologetics I (Mr. Collins)

    • Binder with pockets
    • Loose leaf paper supply

 

12th Grade

Senior Research (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Computer with word processing capability

Humanities: Modernity (Dr. Heckel)

    • One inch binder for holding packet of notes or equal space in a multi-class binder.

Literature: Modernity (Mrs. Mitchell)

    • Composition notebook for notes
    • Folder for reading handouts
    • Post-it notes for marking books

Calculus (Mr. Schlepphorst)

    • Notebook or binder
    • Pencil and Red Pen
    • Graphing Calculator such as Ti-83 (we’ll talk about these in class, if you want to wait)

Music History (Mrs. Hobbs)

    • Notebook

Physics (Mr. Schlepphorst)

    • Notebook or binder
    • Pencil and Red Pen
    • Scientific (non-Graphing) Calculator such as Ti-30

Apologetics II (Mr. Collins)

    • Binder with pockets
    • Loose leaf paper supply

 

Electives

Advanced Art (Mrs. Mitchell)

    • 11x14 pad of sketch paper
    • 11x14 pad of watercolor paper
    • 11x14 pad of mix media paper
    • Set of watercolor paints
    • Set of watercolor brushes (detail brush, medium flat brush, large brush)
    • Set of basic sketch pencils and eraser
    • Scissors
    • Ruler
    • Painter’s tape

 

Art History (Mrs. Mitchell)

    • 3-ring binder with dividers
    • Folder for handouts
    • Loose-leaf paper
    • Flashcards