School Supplies

Click on the Department below to see the list of School Supplies needed for each course. This list gives a general idea of what supplies are required and may not include all supplies. It will be updated as information is received.

Additionally, the High School prohibits the use of contact paper as a textbook cover. The use of contact paper damages the textbook and a fine will be issued. Also, the High School discourages the use of fabric book covers on school-issued text books. They do not protect the textbooks as well as the paper bookcovers.

  • The student needs to decide the best way to stay organized in each class. Whether it is a binder, a large plastic folder with pockets or individual folders.

    Students need a flash drive that can fit on a key chain.

    Other supplies that would be helpful but are not required include: notebook paper, pens, pencils, colored markers/pencils, big eraser, ruler, binder, dividers, spirals, three brad folder with and without pockets, and a graphing calculator with the student's name etched on the back.

    Most of the items listed above will be required in other classes.

  • Computer Science/Robotics

    Composition Notebook

    Food Science/Nutrition

    Pen/pencil, notebook paper, pocket folder with brads, 1 set of dividers

    Graphic Design/Animation/Video Game Design/Multimedia/PAAVTC

    No supplies required. However, students who wish to save projects need a portable USB flash drive. Students should bring one of the following:1 box of tissues, 1 container of disinfecting wipes or 1 bottle of hand sanitizer.

    Preparation for Parenting/Child Development

    Pen/pencil, notebook paper, pocket folder with brads, 1 set of dividers

    Video Production

    USB flash drive if you wish to save your projects.

  • All English classes require pens, pencils, a folder for storing work, looseleaf notebook paper, a composition book or spiral, post it notes, and kleenex.
  • Teachers will provide supply information on the first day of class. Depending on the class, an additional fee may be required.
  • Students need to bring something to write with on the first day of school. Later in the week students will need clothes for physical fitness.
  • All math classes either require or recommend students have a graphing calculator (TI-84, including the color model) w/ batteries. If you have considered buying one there are often excellent sales on these calculators in August. You may rent an AHHS calculator; however, if you lose it or break it the cost is $100.

    Algebra I: Notebook paper, graph paper or spiral, pencils, red pens, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex. A graphing calculator and ruler/straight edge are recommended.

    Algebra I PAP: Graph paper or spiral, notebook paper, pencils, pens (red, blue, green), ruler/straightedge, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Geometry: 1 inch binder for Geometry only with four notebook section dividers, pencils, pens (red, blue, green), notebook paper, ruler/straightedge, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Geometry Pre-AP and Geometry GT: 1 inch binder for Geometry only with four notebook section dividers, pencils, pens (red, blue, green), notebook paper, protractor, compass, ruler/straightedge, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Algebra II: 3 ring binder (1.5 inch) or 5 Subject notebook, paper, pencils, colored pencils or pens, ruler/straight edge, 1 package of graph paper, graphing calculator (recommended), an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Algebra II Pre-AP: A notebook to hold your graph paper, loose leaf graph paper and notebook paper, pencils, erasers, colored pens or pencils, ruler, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Math Models: Protractor, compass, 6-inch ruler, loose-leaf graph paper (5 quad), 1 inch notebook binder, lots of pencils, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Algebra III : Paper, pencils, grading pen, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex. A binder for work and handouts as well as a graphing calculator are recommended.

    Precalculus: A notebook to hold your graph paper, loose leaf graph paper and notebook paper, pencils, erasers, colored pens or pencils, ruler, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Precalculus Pre-AP:A notebook to hold your graph paper, loose leaf graph paper and notebook paper, pencils, erasers, colored pens or pencils, ruler, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex.

    AP Calculus AB and BC: Spiral notebook with pockets to hold handouts, pencils, colored pens, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

    Statistics and AP Statistics: Spiral notebook with pockets to hold handouts, pencils, colored pens, graphing calculator, an unopened 4-pack of AAA batteries, box of Kleenex

  • Health

    Spiral notebook 70 - 100 pages and a folder/binder for students to keep graded and returned material throughout the semester

    Yoga

    Size appropriate (non-restrictive) clothing, yoga mat

    Physical Education

    Shirt, shorts, shoes appropriate for P.E.

    Crossfit

    Workout clothes/shoes, jump-rope

    Cheerleading

    A list of supplies will be given during summer camp/practice

  • The student needs to decide the best way to stay organized in each class. Whether it is a binder, a large plastic folder with pockets or individual folders. Also bring notebook paper, pens and pencils. Please bring textbooks each day.
  • Science teachers will provide supply information for each class on the syllabus that is distributed the first day of class. Additionally, supply information can be found on each teacher's website. No specific items will be required for the first few days of class.
  • 9th Grade: World Geography / AP Human Geography: Colored Pencils, Packet of 10 Glue Sticks, Scotch Tape (in dispenser)

    10th Grade: World History / AP World History: Packet of 10 Glue Sticks, One Subject Spiral Notebook (x 2), Scotch Tape (in dispenser)

    11th Grade: U.S. History / AP U.S. History: Markers (any brand of assorted colors), 3 x 5 Index Note Cards , Sticky (Post-It) Notes, Scotch Tape (in-dispenser), Box of tissues (preferred Kleenex)

    12th Grade: Government/Economics: Graphing Paper, White Board Markers (assorted colors), Composition Book, Box of multi-colored highlighters, 3 x 5 Index Note Cards

    Psychology & Sociology: Colored pencils, Play-Doh (4 pack), Dry Erase Markers (assorted colors)

  • Teachers will provide supply information for each class on the syllabus that is distributed the first day of class. Additionally, supply information can be found on each teacher's website. No specific items will be required for the first few days of class.
  • Spanish, French and Latin classes

    Composition book (1)
    Two pocket folders with three brad fasteners (2)
    Earbuds for listening activities (Spanish and French only)

    Please contribute for classroom use the following, based on the first letter of your last name:
    A-F: 1 box of tissues
    G-L: 1 package of ruled notebook paper
    M-R: 1 package of 3-4 gluesticks
    S-Z: 1 package of color markers

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