National Advanced Placement English Program
College Board Resources:
is the organization that manages, writes, and distributes testing materials for SAT, AP exams, CLEP exams, and other testing materials.
- “A” or “B” in English 8 and Reading 8 AND teacher recommendation
Current High School Students and Transfer Students
- “A” or “B” in English with teacher recommendation
- “A” or “B” in pre-requisite AP Prep or AP English course
Summer Reading Requirements:
I. All students freshman through senior grade levels read two works that appear on our AP English Independent Reading List
during the summer. Some of these books may be available as ebooks in the THS Library or online. You will only be able to access this account if you are currently in high school (sorry, incoming freshmen!) For instructions on how to access your account, click here THS Library Follett Shelf E-book Access Instructions
Follow your specific grade level requirements!
II. Required documentation for incoming freshmen enrolled in English 9 AP Prep:
III. Required documentation for incoming sophomores enrolled in English 10 AP Prep:
1. Confused? Use this Sample Reading Log
to help you.
2. Bring your log, study guide and books with you to class on the first day of school.
D. Bring the study guide, play, novel, and log with you to class on the first day of school!
IV. Required documentation for juniors enrolled in AP III Literature and Composition:
V. Required books for AP IV Language and Composition are Kaffir Boy, Angela's Ashes, Black Boy, and Fast Food Nation
B. For the autobiography you chose, the study guides are available below:
3. Use this Angela's Ashes Study Guide 2015 for Angela's Ashes.
C. For the Fast Food Nation annotation, follow the instructions in the summer reading letter above.
AP Testing Resources:
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