Class Supply Lists

Class Supply Lists

Class supply lists for the 2020-2021 school year are listed below.


Middle School Supply Lists

6th Grade Supply List 7th Grade Supply List 8th Grade Supply List Middle School Art Supply List

High School Supply Lists

General Supplies: to be used in all classes each day

  • 3 ring binders – enough to adequately organize all class materials
  • Tabbed binder dividers – enough to adequately organize all class materials
  • College ruled loose leaf notebook paper
  • Pencils and erasers
  • Blue and black pens
  • Highlighters – multiple colors
  • Personal hand sanitizer
  • Personal packs of tissue
  • Personal water bottle

Specific Supplies: organized by teacher and class

*If a teacher’s name or class is not listed, students should have general supplies prepared to use in those classes (ex. paper, writing utensils, binder organization)

Adair, Meredith — Chemistry
– Calculator (A scientific calculator is required; a graphing calculator is recommended. Calculators used for previous classes will be fine. If purchasing a new calculator, the TI-83 or TI-84 models are recommended.)

Asad, Lynnette — World History 10 / Honors World History 10 / Civics 12
– Spiral notebook
– Suggested but not required: Note cards, Post-it notes, utensil pouch

Asad, Lynette — AP World History
– 3×5 Notecards
– Post-it notes
– Utensil pouch

Gates, Jason — Anatomy & Physiology, AP Biology
– Colored pencils
– Notecards

Gates, Jason — Biology and PreAP Biology
– Spiral notebook
– Colored pencils
– Glue stick
– Notecards
– IF you would like to begin early, the Leaf Collection (due later in the fall) includes some of the following leaves: Post Oak, Southern Red Oak, Blackjack Oak, White Oak, Pin Oak, Pecan, Sweetgum, Mimosa, Catalpa, Redbud, Dogwood, Black Hickory, Elm, Magnolia, Persimmon, Eastern Cottonwood, Sycamore, Silver Maple, Weeping Willow, Tuliptree)

Holland, Kathy — Calculus, College Algebra, Pre-Calculus
– Red pens
– Graphing calculator (TI-84 any model)
– Optional: Extra set of AAA batteries
– Students in college classes are required to provide the course textbook. After school begins, I will send home textbook purchasing information. Students will be given plenty of time to purchase the book.

Nicholas, Caleb — Statistics and Algebra III
– Calculator with graphing capabilities

Quattlebaum, Steve — US History
– Colored pencils
– Red pens
– Scissors
– Glue stick

Sullivan, Danny — Bible 11 and Bible 12
– NIV Bible
– Listening ears
– Open eyes
– Soft heart

Thomas, Ian — English 10 / Honors English 10 / English 12 / AP English 12
– Composition notebook
– Sticky notes

Dr. Vick — Bible 9 and Bible 10
– NIV Bible


Elective Specific Supplies: organized by department

ART

Drawing
– Poster board (full sheet, 22in. x 28in.)
– Sketchbook (spiral bound, 8.5in x 11in or 9in x 12in, 80lb or greater, may be labeled “drawing” or “mix media”, get “mix media” if you also plan to take painting in the spring)
– Wood cased pencils (not mechanical, may be artist set if desired)
– Eraser (rubber, vinyl or plastic)
– Pencil sharpener 

Ceramics
– 12oz Tupperware type container (old sour cream or butter container will work well.)
– Towel (full body sized, this is for clean up so it can be an old and raggedy)
– Gallon sized Ziploc baggies
– 8-gallon trash bags (or other medium to large plastic bags for storing large works in progress) 

Advanced Art
All students will need:
– Poster board (full sheet, 22in. x 28in.)
– Sketchbook (spiral or book bound, no larger than 9in x 12in, 80lb or more, 90lb if you want to paint in it, sketchbooks labeled “mix media” work best.)
– Wood cased pencils (not mechanical, may be artist set if desired)
– Eraser (rubber, vinyl or plastic) 
– Pencil Sharpener 

Additional supply needs will be unique to students’ interests. Students will be able to choose what medium they work in for most assignments. The following supplies will not be available to share in the classroom. Please only purchase those items your child would like to use. 

– Artist drawing pencils
– Micron or similar detailing marker/pen
– Sharpies or other permanent markers
– Colored pencils (artist grade recommended)
– Markers (artist grade recommended)
– Paint Brushes
– Watercolor palette (watercolor tubes can be provided)
– Collage materials 

Again, DO NOT buy everything on the second list. Only buy those items your child would like to use this semester. Here is a link to a guide that may be especially helpful to you as you decide which supplies to purchase. https://www.art-is-fun.com/guide-to-buying-art-supplies 

CHOIR

All Choir Students
– 
1/2 inch 3-ring binder
– Earbuds/Headphones

THEATRE

Theatre Tech
– 3-ring binder (1”)
– Tabbed binder dividers (5)
– Pens, pencils and colored pencils (quantity decided by student)
– Notebook paper
– Drawing paper (sketch pads available at Walmart, Hobby Lobby, Michael’s)
– Tracing paper (tracing paper pads available at Walmart, Hobby Lobby, Michael’s)
– Safety goggles (optional to purchase, school goggles available)
– Earplugs (best to purchase the kind with a string connecting the two earplugs)

9th Grade Introduction to Drama
– 3-ring binder (1/2”) with tabbed dividers (5)
– Tabbed binder dividers (5)
– Pens, pencils and highlighters (at least two colors)
– Notebook paper

Theatre Performance
– 3-ring binder (1/2”)
– Tabbed dividers (5)
– Pens, pencils and highlighters (at least two colors)
– Notebook paper

Lights Up / Performance Ensemble
– 3-ring binder (1″ or 2”)
– Tabbed binder dividers (5 or more)
– Pens, pencils and highlighter
– Notebook paper