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High School

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High School Study Room Hours (September through June):

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Monday – Thursday: 3:00PM – 9:00PM
Friday: 3:00PM – 6:00PM
Saturday: 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Sunday: 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Early Release Days: Opens at 12:00PM

Summer Reading

*Wellesley High School English Department Summer Reading 2019 Website

*Read the text assigned for your course plus one book of your choice. Title suggestions:

Grade 12

Class Title
12CP (English 143): Different Seasons – Stephen King (Read “The Body” and one other)
12ACP (English 142): On Writing – Stephen King
Senior Creative Writing: On Writing – Stephen King
12H (English 141): The Namesake – Jhumpa Lahiri
Beyond the Binary: The Handmaids Tale – Margarate Atwood
Diverse American Voices: The Autobiography of Malcom X: As Told to Alex Haley
World Literature: Nervous Conditions – Tsitsi Dangarembga
Evolutions 11/12: The Evolutions Primer

Grade 11

Class

Title

11CP (English 133): American Born Chinese – Gene Yang
11ACP (English 132): The Other Wes Moore: One Name, Two Fates – Wes Moore
11H (English 131): 1984 – George Orwell
Evolutions (11/12): The Evolutions Primer

Grade 10

Class

Title

10CP (English 123): The Poet X – Elizabeth Acevedo
10ACP (English 122): The Poet X – Elizabeth Acevedo
 10H (English 121): Behold The Dreamers – Imbolo Mbue, & Cannery Row – John Steinbeck
 Foundations 9/10: Where the Red Fern Grows – Wilson Rawls

Grade 9

Class

Title

9CP (English 113): The Poet X – Elizabeth Acevedo
9ACP (English 112): The Poet X – Elizabeth Acevedo
9H (English 111): The Poet X – Elizabeth Acevedo & Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
Foundations 9/10: Where the Red Fern Grows – Wilson Rawls


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  • New England Board of Higher Education
    • Information on colleges in New England including state-specific financial aid and links to every college and university in the region.
  • OnlineU
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  • Student Aid on the Web
    • Comprehensive information from the Department of Education on funding education beyond high school.
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  • TERI College Planning Center
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