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HP/AP Summer Resources

Check out the resources and suggestions for all scholars to help maintain skills and build background knowledge and opportunities over the summer. Even if you're not taking an HP or AP course, these resources and suggestions will help you start the school year with less stress and more confidence. This page will be updated throughout the remainder of the school year.

English

  • Read as much as you can - for pleasure, from different genres, from classics and young adult fiction

  • HP English 10 Homework (coming soon)

  • AP English 11 Homework (coming soon)

  • AP English 12 Homework (coming soon)

Math

  • HP Geometry - Review basic shapes (2-D and 3-D and measurement formulae), angle types and measuring

  • HP Algebra 2 - Review non-linear algebra concepts (measurement and graphing, radicals, exponential equations and growth, quadratic equations 

  • HP Pre-Calculus

  • AP Calculus - Complete this review packet (coming soon) to refresh your pre-calculus skills

  • AP Statistics - Review how to make and manipulate lists on your calculator

Science

  • AP Physics - Review and practice math skills (math-heavy course), read this guide on how to survive physics, preview the AP Physics textbook

  • AP Chemistry - Review metric conversions, types of measurement units, and math skills (math-heavy course).  For AP scholars who have not taken Chemistry in 10th grade, you will have regular homework over the summer to prepare you for the course.

  • AP Biology - Scholars who have taken Biology in 11th grade should review their notes and course concepts.  For AP scholars who have not taken Biology in 11th grade, you will have regular homework over the summer to prepare you for the course.

Social Studies

  • AP Human Geography - Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP Human Geography flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

  • AP US History - 

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP US History flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Build background knowledge of seminal US history via online field trips such as to the Smithsonian National Museum of US History and other online field trips (Disclaimer:  The web pages were not created by Osseo Senior High nor housed on our web server. Osseo Senior High takes no responsibility for the site's content or host's information gathering policies.)

    • Read important documents from US history such as The Declaration of Independence or FDR's first inauguration speech.

    • Skills to practice: contextualizing the history, comparing similarities, cause and effect, exploring change over time.

  • AP World History - 

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP World History flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Build background knowledge by visiting art and history museums to see artifacts from ancient civilizations and cultures.

    • See the ancient world in 360 degrees by taking an online tour of various sites. (Disclaimer:  The web pages were not created by Osseo Senior High nor housed on our web server. Osseo Senior High takes no responsibility for the site's content or host's information gathering policies.)

    • Skills to practice: contextualizing the history, comparing similarities, cause and effect, exploring change over time.

  • AP Government -

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP Government flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Review the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, the branches of government and their powers

    • Review important historical Supreme Court cases - old and recent - for what the decision was, how it impacted society and our government, and the dissenting opinions

    • Take a free tour of the state capital and/or local government offices to see our government at work.

  • AP Macroeconomics - 

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP World History flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Review basic economic concepts - supply vs, demand, budgeting, credit

    • Take a free tour of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank in downtown Minneapolis to learn how banking and credit affect the economy.

World Languages (AP Spanish or AP French)

  • Practice listening and speaking the language during the summer - watching films or shows in the language, having conversations with classmates, etc.

  • Visit art and history museums (in person or virtually) to build background knowledge on the cultures.

  • Read books in your foreign language to practice the skill - kids and young adult books work well.

School Info

Osseo Senior High
317 2nd Ave NW
Osseo MN  55369
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