Supply Lists

Here are the lists for the 2020-2021 school year! 

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 or on the Friday before school starts. (In the midst of Covid, you may not be able to find these items. Feel free to bring in any cleaning supplies you can instead of your assigned item.)

 

(A-C) 8 Pack Paper Towel Rolls if you can find them

(D-G) 200 Plastic Forks

(H-K) 2 Liquid Hand Soap Refills (32 or 56 oz.)

(L-R) 4 Boxes Kleenex/tissues

(S-Z) Clorox wipes, Lysol, or Disinfecting Spray if you can find it
 
6th Math (Myers)

Notebook or loose-leaf paper for daily assignments

Basic scientific calculator

Colored pens for grading (not blue or black)

Pencils

 

6th-8th English (Hockenbury)
Pens and pencils

Post-it notes

Notebook paper, college rule

1 package dry erase markers

1 1” 3-ring binder

1 package plastic dividers for 3 ring binder

Planner

Access to a computer

Physical copy of novels for class

6th-8th P.E. (Watson)
Filled water bottle

Shorts and t-shirt to change into

Athletic shoes

6th-7th Pre-Algebra (Myers)
Notebook or loose leaf paper for daily assignments

Basic scientific calculator

Colored pens for grading (not blue or black)

6th-8th Bible (Myers)
Prayer Journal or Notebook

Bible

Notebook for note taking/ assignments

 

6th-8th Study Skills (Myers)

Daily Planner

Folder

Notebook for note taking

Basic items such as pencils, paper, highlighters

6th-8th History (Heckel)
Notebook or space in multi-class notebook

Folder for handouts

6th-7th Latin I (Scott)
A spiral-bound notebook (not part of another subject, as this will be turned in periodically to be graded), labeled clearly with “Latin” and first and last name on the front
A pocket folder, labeled clearly with “Latin” and first and last name on the front (this should be a separate folder, not just pockets inside of the Spanish notebook, as the notebook will periodically be turned in)
Black or blue pens to do homework, and at least one different colored pen (red, green, purple…) for grading
Yellow or orange hi-liter  

 

8th Latin II (Heckel)
These Blank Flash Cards

A college ruled notebook for translations or a section in a larger notebook.

A folder for the Cumulative Grammar and quizzes.


6th-8th Science (Schott)
3 ring binder

Notebook paper

Pencils

1 red pen

Additional 1" binder for leaf collection

Sheet protectors for leaf project and worksheets

 

6th-8th Art History (Myers)
Art box or large pouch for items below.

Colored pencils- (at least 24 count)

Fine point pack of 5 black Sharpies- (not ultra fine)

1 variety pack of colored Sharpie Markers at least 12 count- fine point (not ultra fine)

 

8th Algebra I (Birchler)

A supply of white loose-leaf (not spiral bound please) notebook paper

A supply of #2 pencils

A large eraser

A supply of 1/4 or 1/5-inch grid graph paper (again, not spiral bound)

A medium point felt-tipped pen for drawing graphs.  A lighter color please – not black or blue. Orange is best. (Paper Mate Flair is ideal)

A 6-inch or 12-inch ruler

A TI-30 scientific calculator


9th Geometry (Garber)
Protractor and Compass Set

Calculator (TI-30XA)

3-ring notebook with notebook paper.  Please no spiral notebooks.

Expo Marker clearly identifiable as the student’s own for them to use when working at the board.  They will keep this with them and may use it in other classes. 


9th Biology (Schott)
3 ring binder

Notebook paper

Pencils

1 red pen

Sheet protectors for worksheets


9th Literature: Antiquity (Hockenbury)

Pens and pencils

Post-it notes

Notebook paper, college rule

10 pocket folders, any color

1 package dry erase markers

Computer

Physical copy of novels for class

 

9th Antiquities History (Heckel)

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

 

9th Logic/Bible (Brink)

Notebook for taking notes

Pens or pencils

 

9th Expository Writing (Hobbs)

Binder to keep notes

Access to computer w/ Google docs

 

9th-12th Modern Philosophy (Brink)

Notebook for taking notes

Pens or pencils


10th Christendom Literature (Hockenbury)

Pens and pencils

Post-it notes

Notebook paper, college rule

10 pocket folders, any color

1 package dry erase markers

Computer

Physical copy of novels for class


10th Christendom History (Heckel)
One-inch binder for holding packet of notes or equal space in a multi-class binder.

10th Algebra II (Birchler)
White loose-leaf (not spiral bound please) notebook paper

#2 pencils

Large eraser

1/4 or 1/5-inch grid graph paper (again, not spiral bound)

Medium point felt-tipped pen for drawing graphs.  A lighter color please – not black or blue. Orange is best. (Paper Mate Flair is ideal.)

6-inch or 12-inch ruler

TI-30 scientific calculator

We will periodically be using internet programs for doing coordinate graphs and matrix operations, so a laptop computer or tablet will be needed on those occasions.


10th Chemistry (Garber)
Calculator (TI-30XA)

3-ring notebook with notebook paper.  Please no spiral notebooks.

$1 for a periodic table which will be provided in class

Expo Marker clearly identifiable as the student’s own for them to use when working at the board.  They will keep this with them and may use it in other classes. 


10th Rhetoric (Hobbs)
Binder

Computer

 

10th Gospels (Hobbs)
Bible
Computer/phone/ipad access to blueletterbible.com

10th-11th Music History (Hobbs)
Binder & notebook paper (you will get additional notes)

10th Spanish I (Scott)

A spiral-bound notebook (not part of another subject, as this will be turned in periodically to be graded), labeled clearly with “Spanish” and first and last name on the front
A pocket folder, labeled clearly with “Spanish” and first and last name on the front (this should be a separate folder, not just pockets inside of the Spanish notebook, as the notebook will periodically be turned in)
Black or blue pens to do homework, and at least one different colored pen (red, green, purple…) for grading
Yellow or orange hi-liter  

11th Spanish II (Scott)

A spiral-bound notebook (not part of another subject, as this will be turned in periodically to be graded), labeled clearly with “Spanish” and first and last name on the front
A pocket folder, labeled clearly with “Spanish” and first and last name on the front (this should be a separate folder, not just pockets inside of the Spanish notebook, as the notebook will periodically be turned in)
Black or blue pens to do homework, and at least one different colored pen (red, green, purple…) for grading
Yellow or orange hi-liter  


11th Anatomy & Physiology (Schott)

3 ring binder

Notebook paper

Pencils

Colored Pencils


11th Pre-Calculus (Garber)
Calculator (TI-30XA)

3-ring notebook with notebook paper.  Please no spiral notebooks.

Expo Marker clearly identifiable as the student’s own for them to use when working at the board.  They will keep this with them and may use it in other classes. 

11th American History (Hobbs)

Binder & notebook paper

 

11th American Literature (Hockenbury)

Pens and pencils

Post-it notes

Notebook paper, college rule

10 pocket folders, any color

1 package dry erase markers

Computer

Physical copy of novels for class


11th-12th Apologetics and Secularism (Heckel)
Binder with pockets
Loose leaf paper supply
 
12th Senior Research (Hobbs)
Computer with word processing capability

12th Modernity History (Heckel)
One inch binder for holding packet of notes or equal space in a multi-class binder.

12th AP Modernity Literature (Hockenbury)
Pens and pencils

Post-it notes

Notebook paper, college rule

10 pocket folders, any color

1 package dry erase markers

Computer

Physical copy of novels for class

 

12th AP Calculus (Garber)
Calculator (TI-NSpire) (you may want to consider investing in a case and make sure you do not lose the charger)

3-ring notebook with notebook paper.  Please no spiral notebooks.

Expo Marker clearly identifiable as the student’s own for them to use when working at the board.  They will keep this with them and may use it in other classes. 


12th AP Physics (Garber)

Calculator (TI-NSpire or Calculator (TI-30XA)

Engineering and Science Notebook

3-ring notebook with notebook paper.  Please no spiral notebooks.

Expo Marker clearly identifiable as the student’s own for them to use when working at the board.  They will keep this with them and may use it in other classes. 


9th-12th Art Media (Myers)
Colored pencils (at least 24 count)

1 variety pack of colored Sharpie markers at least 12 count - fine point (not ultra fine)

Fine point pack of 5 black Sharpies (not ultra fine)

Art fee $25

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