Summer Reading/Math


Summer reading is required of all students in grades 9-12 and is used as a starting point for discussion and writing in classes.

If a link is posted, simply download the resource from this site. If there is no link, you should look for a copy of the book which should be readily available at used book stores, through the GTACS Uniform and Book Facebook group, or from students in the grades ahead of your student.

St. Francis High School 

Honors Brit Lit (please use this link for specific ISBN)

In the early twentieth century, a poet of order enlists in a group of philosophical secret policeman to infiltrate an international ring of anarchists and stop them from assassinating the president of France.  Then things get weird.

AP Lit (please use this link for specific ISBN) You must read the Stanley Corngold translation.
Gregor Samsa isn’t very surprised to find one morning that he has transformed into a giant dung beetle, but he is worried that he might miss work and disappoint his parents and sister.  Things either get better or worse for him and his family from there;  literary critics haven’t really decided.

Freshmen English
Four Selected Short Stories Download PDF

American Literature & Honors American Literature
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card

British Literature
Farmer Giles of Ham by J.R.R. Tolkien Download PDF

Honors British Literature
The Man Who Was Thursday by G.K. Chesterton

AP Language & Composition
The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls

Senior Literature & Composition
Four Selected Short Stories Download PDF

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Middle School – updated June 15, 2023

Grade 8 Summer Reading
Grade 7 Summer Reading
Grade 6 Summer Reading