• Wolfson HS Summer Reading
    Get ahead on a great school year by keeping up with your summer reading assignments!
     
    Frequently Asked Questions:
     
    Is summer reading required for all students?
     
    YES! All summer reading assignments are expected to be completed by the first day of school.  Your teachers may have assigned additional work, as well, so make sure to check with your teachers before you leave for summer break! 
      
    Why am I required to do summer reading?
     
    Summer reading is a great way to stay up to date, informed, and engaged while on your summer break. The assignments are designed specifically for the summer vacation, and are typically not too long. Take a book along with you to the beach or on vacation and read in the sun a little!  
     
    Where should I find the assigned texts? 
     
    You may choose to purchase the books assigned, or borrow books from the Jacksonville Public Library system, as available. Some of the texts assigned are available online in PDF form, as well, so you should always check before purchasing. Summer reading assigned texts are available at Chamblins Book Mine and the San Marco Bookstore. 
     
    Summer Reading Assignments for the 2019-2020 school year are posted below:  
     
    All assignments are due on the first day of school!
      
    ELA Summer Reading Assignments by Grade Level:
     

    English 1 Honors (9th Grade) 

    English 2 Honors (10th Grade) 

    English 3 Honors (11th Grade)

     
     
    Advanced English Courses:
     
    AP Literature and Composition (AP program 12th grade students)

    AP Language and Composition (AP program 11th grade students)

    IB English 3 (IB progam 11th grade students)
     
    IB English 4 (IB program 12th grade students) 
     
     
    Advanced Social Studies Courses:

    AP Human Geography (APHUG) (AP / IB program 9th grade students)

    AP World History (AP / IB program 10th grade students)

    AP United States History (APUSH)   (AP / IB program 11th grade students)

    Learn more about the APUSH course at Mr. Hoprich's class website.

    World Languages:
     
     
      
     
     

    View our Recommended Student Supply List for 2019-2020.