AP courses offer students college-level work while in high school. The College Board has created course guides that may include prerequisites, extended reading, or learning beyond the scope of the school-day curriculum.
To support the learning frameworks, some courses require students to complete a summer assignment. The type and scope of the assignment will vary by course. All assignments are tightly aligned to the learning outcomes and intended to further support the student in the course.
Please carefully review any summer requirements your course may have. Courses may have links to assignments and/or books to read. When a book is listed, it should be read in its entirety, unless specific instructions are given otherwise. Please contact your AP Teachers if you have a specific question about your summer work.
You can get all the assignments from this link: https://bit.ly/HSAAPSummer

Dear Parents/Guardians,

As we come to the close of another school year, summer reading becomes a very important topic of discussion at Harmony Science Academy Houston.

You can find the High School suggested summer reading list below along with the summer reading assignment.

On-Level Summer Reading Assignment

Honors Summer Reading Assignment

Please encourage your children to read every day! Thank you for being the best role models for our young people.

Many digital libraries and schools are giving free access to their books, resources, and other instructional materials available online. You can check some of them below,

  • Redshelf.com – To ensure that all students have access to their course materials amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, Redshelf is partnering with the publishing community to provide you with up to 7 free eBooks from participating publishers. Quite a few RVCC textbooks are included in this!
  • National Emergency Library – Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed. There are many older editions of our textbook collection listed here.
  • McGraw-Hill Connect – Instructors will need to set up access, but if you’re using a McGraw-Hill source, please check it out.
  • OpenLibrary.org – Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
  • Project Muse – In response to the challenges created by the global public health crisis of COVID-19, Project MUSE is pleased to support its participating publishers in making scholarly content temporarily available for free on our platform.
  • VitalSource Helps – A program designed to support students and instructors who may have lost access to course materials due to a campus moving to distance learning. RVCC is a participating institution; create an account with your college email address,

Dear Parents and Students,

TEA offers a free tool (End of Year diagnostic test) to see how much your student has learned this year for English 1+2, Algebra, Biology and US History. Please visit the website for more detailed information:

https://tea.texas.gov/about-tea/news-and-multimedia/news-releases/news-2020/tea-offers-free-tool-to-parents-and-schools-to-diagnose-how-much-their-students-learned-this-year-and-to-help-educators-plan-for-the-covid-slide

Parents can register for this diagnostic test from May 12th to June 8th, 2020!

Dear Parents,

Please see our 2020-2021 School Year Calendar.