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Textbook Checkout

AP Bio and AP Chem

  • Date/Time TBD

Procedures: 

  • Students must have a valid school ID (incoming 9th graders may use their middle school photo ID)
  • If the student cannot be there on that day (vacation, work, etc.) the student may write a note allowing another person (friend, family) to check out the textbook with the student’s valid school ID.
  • At Walk Through--The student's schedule must show AP CHEMISTRY OR AP BIOLOGY  or they may not check out a textbook.
Fall 2013

AP Summer Work 2014 - TBD


 

Course Homework
Biology  
Calculus AB  
Calculus BC   
Chemistry  
Computer Science  
English Language  
English Literature  
Environmental Science  
European History  
French Language  
Physics B  
Physics C  
Psychology  
Spanish Language  
Spanish Literature  
Statistics  
Studio Art  
United States History  
US Govt & Politics  

 

Please note that the Constitution of the State of California requires that we provide a public education to you free of charge. Your right to a free education is for all school/educational activities, whether curricular or extracurricular, and whether you get a grade for the activity or class.  Subject to certain exceptions, your right to a free public education means that we cannot require you or your family to purchase materials, supplies, equipment or uniforms for any school activity, nor can we require you or your family to pay security deposits for access, participation, materials, or equipment. 

   (updated December 20, 2013)