Summer Required Reading
The DePaul Prep English Department believes the purpose of summer reading is to... learn to love reading! Our summer reading lists and assignments are designed to give you the opportunity to find different books you like, while also preparing you for the reading and thinking you will do in English next school year.
Below are the grade-level specific English Summer Reading Guides for Summer 2021. Choose the guide based on the English class you are taking next school year. All summer reading guides explain the books as well as any assignments due the first week of the 2021-22 school year. It is your responsibility to fully complete all steps in your class's guide. If you have questions about summer reading during the summer, please email your English teacher listed on your schedule. If you have a question but don't know who your teacher is, please email Ms. Galvez, the English Department Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|English Course/Level||Summer Reading 2021||Summer Assignment 2021|
|English 1 (Freshmen)||Reading Guide||Reading Assignment|
|English 2 (Sophomores)||Reading Guide||Reading Assignment|
|English 3 (Juniors)||Reading Guide||
|English 4 (Seniors)||Reading Guide||
|AP Language & Composition||Reading Guide||Two assignments - See the Reading Guide for instructions.|
|AP Literature & Composition||Reading Guide||Two assignments - See the Reading Guide for instructions.|
|IB Literature (rising Juniors)||Reading Guide||See the Reading Guide. Contact Ms. Bojorges with any questions.|
|IB Literature (rising Seniors)||IB Seniors will work on drafting their Extended Essay instead of a Summer Reading Assignment. Contact Ms. Bojorges if you have questions.|