Maur Hill-Mount Academy 2018-19 school supply list.

Fine Arts

Art: at least 8x11 in size sketchbook.

Film: Jump drive. Notebook or computer to take notes.

Graphic Design: Flash drive/external hard drive.

Photography: SD card. Flash drive/external hard drive.

Speech: Three-ring binder. Notebook or computer to take notes.

Theater: Three-ring binder. Notebook or computer to take notes.

Math

Algebra 1, Geometry, Math Concepts, Math Essentials: A calculator, not including phone calculators.

Algebra 2, Precalculus: Pencils, notebook paper, graph paper, three-ring binder, ruler, calculator (not on phone), TI 30 X II.

Calculus: Pencils, notebook paper, graph paper, three-ring binder, ruler, calculator (not on phone), TI 84 (any variation as long as it is not on-line capable).

Religion

Apologetics: Notebook or binder with loose-leaf paper, a folder or binder in which to keep handouts.

Introduction to Catholicism and Personal and Social Morality: Bible, NABRE edition of the New American Bible. ISBN 978-1935302599. 1x2 three-ring binder, 12 dividers/TABs, two packages college-ruled loose leaf notebook paper, sufficient blue/black ink pens, pencils, colored pencils or markers, glue stick, scissors, ruler.

Old/New Testament: Bible, NABRE edition of the New American Bible. ISBN 978-1935302599.

PE/Health

Health: notebook.

Science

Chemistry, Physics: protractors, calculators (not on a phone).

Social Sciences

American History 1: “Essential Documents of American History: From Colonial Times to the Civil War (Volume 1)” edited by Bob Blaisdell.

American History 2: “A Fierce Discontent: The Rise and Fall of the Progressive Movement in America 1870-1920” by Michael McGerr, ISBN 0-684-85975-0.

AP Government: Notebook, small binder.

Pre-AP History: “The Jungle” by Upton Sinclair. “All the Gallant Men” by Donald Stratton. Notebook, small binder.

World History: “Animal Farm” by George Orwell, preferably ISBN 978-0-451-52634-2.

World Language

Spanish: Three-ring binder, no smaller than 1.5 inch, dividers.

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