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US Summer Work 2020

The summer reading and homework assignments for all Upper School classes can be found on this page. If you can’t remember what you are registered for, check your email; if you still have a question, email Sandi Sam (ssam@berkeleycarroll.org).

Summer Reading

This year for the first time, all Upper School students and faculty will read a common book, Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric. Citizen was published in 2014 in the wake of the murders of Trayvon Martin, Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Though considered a book of poetry, Rankine combines essays, images, and prose poems to construct a personal and public history of race and racism in America. We hope that when we return to school in the fall, Citizen can guide some of our conversations and lead us all to a deeper understanding of the marginalized voices in our country.

Below is the summer work summarized by grade:

Summer Work For The 9th Grade

Summer Work For The 10th Grade

Summer Work For The 11th Grade

Summer work for the 12th grade

Here are the assignments summarized by department and discipline:

Science Department Assignments
Math Department Assignments
World Language Department
History and American Studies page
English and American Studies page
Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Music