• Lucy Beckham High School 2021 Summer Assignments

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    Welcome to Summer 2021, Bengals! This summer, the opportunities for you to engage in the various subject areas are provided below. The purpose of summer work is to get you thinking about the content before you begin classes this fall. Please don't stress if you are unsure of how to do something--we just ask that you try your best! Summer is also about ENJOYING yourself. Be sure to allow time for making memories with friends and family, staying involved in your community and throwing out some Random Acts of Kindness whenever possible!

    If you are unsure of the courses you requested, please contact Guidance Director Claire Gatlin: Claire_gatlin@charleston.k12.sc.us or Assistant Principal Dan Cieslikowski: daniel_cieslikowski@charleston.k12.sc.us

    For questions regarding summer assignments specifically, please reach out to our Instructional Coach, Margo Quigley: margo_quigley@charleston.k12.sc.us

    If you are enrolled in Honors/AP Math, AP Social Studies, or Honors/AP English, the following assignments are required.



    Algebra 1 Honors

    Algebra 2 Honors

    Honors Geometry

    Honors Precalculus

    AP Calculus


    Social Studies

    AP Human Geography

    AP World

    AP US History:






    English 1 Honors:

    Fiction Summer Reading

    Non-Fiction Summer Reading

    Student Book Choices


    English 2 Honors


    English 3 Honors:

    Summer Assignment

    Maya Angelou Bio



    AP Lang

    AP Seminar


    Continue to explore the links below in order keep yourself active, both mentally and physically this summer! While these are not required activities, we encourage you to check them out!

    Please check out the CCPL Summer Reading Program

    ccpl summer reading

    Physical Education: Here you will find a week by week guide to staying physically active!

    Science: Spend your summer observing, communicating, identifying, classifying, predicting, measuring, inferring, you know, all of those necessary science skills. On the PDF, we share some suggestions for doing just that!

    Spanish: The best way to learn a language is to dive right in! Here are some recommendations.

    Visual Arts: Stimulate your creativity over break! Pick one option from Sketching/Drawing, Journaling, Painting, and Photography/Graphic Design and show us what you come up with!