2022-23 Secondary School Supplies


IF YOU DO NOT SEE YOUR CLASS LISTED,
PLEASE CHECK WITH YOUR TEACHER ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS

Student elective selections and schedules will be available on FACTS/Renweb on August 10th.


Social Studies: 2 pocket folder (to be left in the classroom), colored pencils or twistable crayons, #2 pencils, pens, pencil sharpener for colored pencils, a box of tissues, earbuds (used daily)


Math: one 1 to 1 ½  - inch three-ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, graph paper, scientific or graphing calculator (second semester only), pencils, red pen


English: 1” 3 ring binder with clear plastic cover, 1 package divider tabs 5 counts, folder with pockets for homework, writing utensils: pencils, pens, highlighters (all to be kept in a backpack), 100-page composition notebook, 1 box of tissues


Science: Binder, college ruled paper, 2 boxes of tissues, pen, pencils, scissors, markers, glue, ruler.


Bible:  1 inch-3 ring Binder with pockets, 5 Divider tabs, Highlighter, notebook paper, Bible (one you can write in and leave in the classroom, ESV, NLT, or NRSV recommended).


Technology:  earbuds/headphones, external keyboard


Orchestra:  ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book 2/3


Choir: - 1” BLACK 3-ring hard binder, #2 pencils & large eraser


Art:   5x7 sketchbook, fine point, and thick point sharpie, Prismacolor brand name pencils set of 24.


Robotics: 1 subject spiral notebook, pencils


6th Grade Drama: iPad charger, earbuds/headphones, iMovie downloaded on your iPad

Math 7:   one 1 to 1 ½  - inch three-ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, graph paper, scientific or graphing calculator (second semester only), pencils, red pen


Pre-Algebra: one 1 to 1 ½  - inch three-ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, graph paper, scientific or graphing calculator (second semester only), pencils, red pen


Life Science: 3 ring floppy binder (1-1 ½”) - add one divider with pockets and add notebook paper. This floppy binder is for Life Science only.  Pencils, 1 checking pen, 1 dry erase marker, 

1 box of colored pencils, crayons, or twistable, 1 handheld pencil sharpener for colors - keep these in a pencil bag.


English:  1” 3 ring binder with clear plastic cover, 1 package divider tabs 5 counts, folder with pockets for homework, writing utensils: pencils, pens, highlighters (all to be kept in a backpack), 100-page composition notebook, 1 box of kleenex, a small bag of peppermints


TX History: binder - 3-ring 1 & 1/2” binder w/ hardback,  five dividers, notebook paper, highlighter, black expo marker, colored pencils, pen/pencil/eraser, 


Bible 7: 1 1/2 inch-3 ring Binder with pockets, 4 Divider tabs, Red Pens, Highlighter, Tissues, Bible (one you can write in and leave in the classroom, ESV, NLT or NRSV recommended)


Intro to Spanish:  computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, and other writing utensils


Competitive Robotics:  1 subject spiral notebook, pencils


Technology:  earbuds/headphones, external keyboard


Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book 3


Art:  2     #2 pencils and an eraser to leave in class


Choir: - 1” BLACK 3-ring hard binder, #2 pencils & large eraser


MS Drama: iPad charger, earbuds/headphones, iMovie downloaded on your iPad

Pre-Algebra 8: one 1 to 1 ½  - inch three-ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, graph paper, scientific or graphing calculator (second semester only), pencils, red pen


Algebra 1: one 1 to 1 ½  - inch three-ring binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, 3 tab dividers, TI-84 graphing calculator (second semester only), pencils, red pen


English/Academic and Advanced: 1” 3 ring binder with clear plastic cover, 1 package divider tabs 5 counts, folder with pockets for homework, writing utensils: pencils, pens, highlighters (all to be kept in a backpack), 100-page composition notebook, 1 box of tissues, a small bag of peppermints


Bible:  1 pocket folder, iPad, paper, pen, highlighters, Bible (one you can write in and leave in the classroom, ESV, NLT, or NRSV recommended)


US History: 3-ring 1 & 1/2” binder w/ hardback,  five dividers, notebook paper, highlighter, black expo marker, colored pencils, pen/pencil/eraser


IPC: binder, hardcover composition notebook, college ruled paper, pencils, pen, calculator, ruler, markers, graph paper, 2 Clorox wipe containers


Technology: earbuds/headphones, external keyboard


Spanish: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, and other writing utensils


Competitive Robotics:  1 subject spiral notebook, pencils


Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book 3


Choir: - 1” BLACK 3-ring hard binder, #2 pencils & large eraser


Art:  2    #2 pencils and an eraser to leave in class


MS Drama: iPad charger, earbuds/headphones, iMovie downloaded on your iPad

World Geography: 1-inch three-ring binder, 2 packages of college-ruled paper, pocket dividers, colored pencils, pencil sharpener, 3 glue sticks, headphones/earbuds, a box of tissue


Bible: 1” 3-ring binder, writing utensils, Bible (the one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV, or NLT recommended)


Algebra 1:  one 1 or 1 ½ inch binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator, pencils, red pen


Geometry / Geometry Honors: scientific or graphing calculator (second semester), red pen for marking homework and making corrections, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), graph paper, loose-leaf paper, large 3 ring binder. 


English Academic: 1” 3 ring binder with clear plastic cover, 1 package divider tabs 5 counts, writing utensils: pencils, pens, highlighters (all to be kept in the backpack), composition notebook.

 **Bring a container of Lysol wipes & a bag of peppermints


Honors English: a folder with pockets, a 100-page composition notebook, one package of post-it notes, notebook paper, highlighters-pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, & blue or black pens.


Biology:

  • 2-one subject spiral notebooks with pockets devoted to biology (one for each semester)
  • mechanical pencils #2
  • set of markers/colored pencils for notes
  • Pair of safety goggles
  • 2 rolls of paper towels

Honors Biology:  

  • 2-one subject spiral notebooks with pockets devoted to biology (one for each semester)
  • mechanical pencils #2
  • set of markers/colored pencils for notes
  • Pair of safety goggles
  • 1 ream (100-500 pages) colored printer/copy paper

Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book (gold book)


Spanish 1:  computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Spanish 2: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Engineering Robotics:  3 prong folder with pockets and loose-leaf paper, pen, pencil


Mandarin 1: writing utensil, spiral notebook, or composition journal


Mandarin 2: writing utensil, spiral notebook, or composition journal


Digital Photography: DSLR camera with a memory card, jump drive, mouse,  ½ - 1” binder


High School Yearbook: DSLR camera with a memory card, and a jump drive, mouse.


High School Art: Sketchbook, drawing pencils, kneaded eraser, and white plastic eraser

Geometry / Geometry Honors: scientific or graphing calculator (second semester), red pen for marking homework and making corrections, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), graph paper, loose-leaf paper, large 3-ring binder.


Honors English/ English 2: a plastic folder with pockets and brads, a composition book, highlighters, one package of notebook paper, a box of Kleenex


Bible: a notebook to take written notes, pen/pencil, and a Bible (the one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV, or NLT recommended) 


Algebra II/Algebra II Honors: one 1 or 1 ½ inch binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator, pencils, red pen


Chemistry (academic/honors) and AP: Folder to keep at home to hold non-current papers, at least three subject spirals to hold current chemistry papers and notes, a scientific graphing calculator, pens, pencils, and colored pencils, scissors, ruler, graphing paper, Expo marker, loose-leaf paper


AP World History: 2” 3 ring binder with 3 dividers OR  a 3 subject spiral notebook (Meade 5Star recommended), pocket folder with loose notebook paper, blue or black pen, pencil, highlighters


World History: map pencils, blue or black pens, pencils, 3 subject spiral notebook (Meade 5Star recommended), pocket folder with loose notebook paper


Spanish 2: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Spanish 3 Honors: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book (gold book)


Engineering Robotics:  3 prong folder with pockets and loose-leaf paper, pen, pencil


Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal 


Digital Photography: DSLR camera with a memory card, jump drive, mouse,  ½ - 1” binder


High School Yearbook: DSLR camera with a memory card, and a jump drive, mouse.


Psychology:  folder with pockets, pen, and earbuds


Sociology:  folder with pockets, pen, and earbuds

Algebra II/Algebra II Honors: one 1 or 1 ½ inch binder, loose-leaf notebook paper, TI-84 calculator, pencils, red pen


US History: folder with pockets OR binder, pen/pencil, colored pencils, earbuds


AP US History: binder with 5 dividers and notebook paper, pen/pencil, highlighters, earbuds


Chemistry (academic/honors) and AP: Folder to keep at home to hold non-current papers, at least three subject spiral notebooks to hold current chemistry papers and notes, a scientific graphing calculator, pens, pencils, and colored pencils, scissors, ruler, graphing paper, Expo marker, loose-leaf paper


Physics (Academic/Honors): 3 prong folder with pockets, loose-leaf notebook paper, bound composition lab notebook, scientific calculator, pencil, pen


English III (Academic/Honors): a folder with pockets, a 100-page composition notebook, one package of post-it notes, notebook paper, highlighters-pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, & blue or black pens.


AP English Language and Composition: a folder with pockets, a 100-page composition notebook, one package of post-it notes, notebook paper, highlighters-pink, yellow, blue, green, orange, & blue or black pens.


Bible: 1 ½ inch 3 ring binder, composition book/spiral notebook to take written notes, pens/pencils, highlighters, and a Bible (the one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV or NLT recommended)


Pre Cal: a graphing calculator, a large 3-ring binder, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), a red pen for making corrections, loose-leaf paper, and graph paper.


Pre Cal Honors: TI-84 graphing calculator, loose-leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose-leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, and printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.


Forensics: binder, 2 hardcover composition notebooks, college ruled paper, blue and black pens, pencils, ruler, one box of latex-free gloves (med/large size)


Spanish 2: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Spanish 3 Honors: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Spanish 4/AP: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Orchestra: ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book(gold book)


AP Bio  

  • Laboratory Composition Book – graph ruled (quadrille ruled, 5 squares/inch, center-sewn, 100 pgs)
  • Binder or college-ruled Spiral Notebook with pockets devoted to AP Biology
  • Mechanical Pencils (#2) for multiple-choice test questions
  • Pens (blue/black ink) for lab reports and essay exam questions
  • Calculator (can be graphing or simple four-function)
  • Pair of safety goggles
  • 1 Box of Vinyl or Nitrile Gloves (found in the first aid section of CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, etc...) 

 

Engineering Robotics:  3 prong folder with pockets and loose-leaf paper, pen, pencil


Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal 


Digital Photography: DSLR camera with a memory card, jump drive, mouse,  ½ - 1” binder


High School Yearbook: DSLR camera with a memory card, and a jump drive, mouse.


AP Psychology:  binder w/ 5 dividers and notebook paper, pen/pencil/highlighter, earbuds


Psychology:  folder with pockets, pen, and earbuds


Sociology:  folder with pockets, pen, and earbuds

Chemistry (academic/honors) and AP: Folder to keep at home to hold non-current papers, at least three subject spiral notebooks to hold current chemistry papers and notes, a scientific graphing calculator, pens, pencils, colored pencils, ruler, scissors, graphing paper, loose-leaf paper, Expo marker


Bible: a notebook to take written notes, pen/pencil, and a Bible (the one you can write in and leave in class, ESV, NRSV, or NLT recommended) 


Calculus AB, BC, and Honors Calculus: a graphing calculator, a large 3-ring binder, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), a red pen for making corrections, loose-leaf paper, and graph paper.


English IV (academic, honors, and AP): a plastic folder with pockets and brads, highlighters, a composition notebook, and one package of college-ruled notebook paper (AP only and will be left in the classroom)


College Algebra: non-graphing calculator, loose-leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose-leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, and printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.


Forensics: binder, 2 hardcover composition notebooks, college ruled paper, blue and black pens, pencils, ruler, one box of latex-free gloves (med/large size)


Pre Cal: TI-84 graphing calculator, loose-leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose-leaf filler paper, pen, pencil.


Pre Cal Honors: TI-84 graphing calculator, loose-leaf notebook, notebook dividers, loose-leaf filler paper, pen, pencil, and printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.


Introduction to Dual Credit College Algebra: TI-84 graphing calculator for dual Credit for Spring Semester, non-graphing scientific calculator for Fall Semester, loose-leaf notebook, notebook dividers, notebook filler paper, pen, pencil, printer paper for printing out documents at home if desired.


Physics (Academic/Honors): 3 prong folder with pockets, loose-leaf notebook paper, bound composition lab notebook, scientific calculator, pencil, pen


AP Physics: 3 prong folder with pockets, loose-leaf notebook paper, bound composition lab notebook, programmable TI calculator, pencils, pens


Government/AP Government (Economics/AP Economics - same supplies)

  • 2” 3 ring binder with 3 dividers OR  a 3 subject spiral notebook (Meade 5Star recommended)
  • pocket folder with loose notebook paper
  • blue or black pen
  • pencil
  • highlighter

 

AP Statistics: a graphing calculator (I strongly suggest a TI-84), a large 3-ring binder, something to write with (I suggest a pencil), a red pen for making corrections, loose-leaf paper, and graph paper.


Anatomy 

  • 2 one-subject notebooks with pockets devoted to biology (one for each semester)
  • mechanical pencils #2
  • set of markers/colored pencils for notes
  • 1 box of vinyl/nitrile gloves (found in the first aid section of Walmart, CVS, etc)

 

Orchestra:  ½ - 1” binder, pencil, instrument, rosin, shoulder rest for violins/violas, strap for cellos/bass, EE element book (gold book)


Engineering Robotics:  3 prong folder with pockets and loose-leaf paper, pen, pencil


Spanish 3 Honors: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Spanish 4/AP: computer, earbuds with a microphone, paper, red pen, pencil, folder, composition journal, English to Spanish Dictionary (something easy to use in the classroom), and other writing utensils


Comm Apps: spiral notebook or composition journal 


AP Psychology:  binder w/ 5 dividers and notebook paper, pen/pencil/highlighter, earbuds


Psychology:  folder with pockets, pen, and earbuds


Sociology:  folder with pockets, pen, and earbuds


Digital Photography: DSLR camera with a memory card, jump drive, mouse,  ½ - 1” binder


High School Yearbook: DSLR camera with a memory card, and a jump drive, mouse.