Summer Work

Please use this site to find your summer work for our AP Science classes. You may click on each class for the work!

  • AP Biology
    • There will not be any summer work for AP Biology. However, if you would like to get a head start on the material, you can access the course website while logged into your CPS account. The course syllabus is listed on this site and will give you an idea of the work that we will be doing in the first month. If you would like to get a head start, please access the first module, Ecology and watch the introductory video on how to use the website. Have a great summer.
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Environmental Science

The link above is for Summer Work. Students should stop by to pick up packets and text books in Ms. Bruell's classroom before the close of school in June, as only the first two chapters are online. You will need the book to read Chapter 3!

Need the book online?

password: EnvSciAP2eSmr17

  • AP Physics 1
  • AP Physics C
    • There will not be any summer work for AP Physics C. However, if you would like to get a head start on the material, you can explore the following resources:
      • MIT OCW LECTURES: PHYSICS 8.01 ○ ○ An entire course in Physics presented by a phenomenal instructor from MIT; you will be asked periodically (typically when new concepts/topics are introduced) to view a particular lecture (they should align fairly well with our class lectures) ○ *Look for the 8.01x Playlist
      • AP PHYSICS C Video Tutorials ○­c/videos/APCVidIndex.html ○ This site features video clips and segments that pertain to the key concepts and relationships in AP Physics C
      • LEARN AP PHYSICS ○ ○ An excellent site that features links to free videos and other resources; look around and see what you can find ○ *You are very strongly encouraged to sign up for the Free, Daily Problems that will be emailed to you, starting on August 15th
      • REVIEW BOOKS ○ Students are strongly encouraged to purchase a review book for AP Physics C. I don’t think it matters much which one(s) you get; there isn’t an “official” book that I will use or endorse. That being said, 5 Steps To A 5 is generally good, as well as Princeton Review, Barron’s, or Kaplan.
        • These books are good for condensing and summarizing concepts, as well as providing practice test material.
    • Have a great summer.

Please feel free to contact Mr. Jon Morris, the K-12 Science Department Coordinator, at with any questions.