The information below provides an outline of the supplies needed for each area.



Algebra 2/Geometry/Prob and Stats

  • 3-ring binder 
  • Pencils
  • Paper
  • Graph Paper
  • TI 83-Calculator or TI-84 Graphing Calculator (highly recommended but not required) 

Precalculus, AP Statistics, AP Calculus

  • Paper
  • Pencils
  • TI-84 Graphing Calculator

Honors Biology

  • Spiral bound or composition notebook (single-subject)

CP/ Honors Chemistry

  • Spiral bound or composition notebook (single-subject)

  • Scientific calculator

Honors Physics
  • Spiral bound or composition notebook (single-subject)
  • Scientific calculator 
AP Biology
  • 3-ring binder
  • Scientific calculator 

AP Environmental Science

  • 3-ring binder
  • Scientific calculator 

CP Environmental Science

  • 3-ring binder
  • Scientific calculator

Honors Marine Science


Paper and writing instruments

World Languages


  • Spiral bound or composition notebook

Art Areas

Creative Writing

Notebook and/or writing supplies as needed.  Students will have access to school-issued iPads as well as in-class computers.


See Dance Department Manual.
Contact Josee Garant ( with questions.

  • Non-scuff gym shoes suitable for conditioning, cross-training and jogging 2.
  • Form-fitting, solid-colored athletic attire (t-shirts, shorts, tights, sweatpants, jazz pants, etc.). You will need three sets to accommodate daily use and washing. This clothing needs to be free of distracting logos, stripes, etc.
  • Compression briefs or jockey/boxer briefs (males)
  • One water bottle
  • Yoga mat
  • An Actor’s Work: A Student’s Diary, by Konstantin Stanislavski, trans. Jean Benedetti, ISBN-13: 978-0415422239
  • Several notebooks, pens and pencils. Four colored highlighter pens (separate colors)
  • Two contrasting modern/contemporary monologues. You must have read the plays from which the monologues were extracted. Please bring the plays from which monologues were drawn. Select material that is appropriate for your age range. Work without accent or dialect.
  • One hardcover 3 ring binder; 2” rings for 8½” x 11” paper, dividers for each arts class
  • One journal
  • One song to be sung during the first singing class
  • One small hand mirror
  • Students with long hair should bring hair elastics or scrunchies to class in order to keep hair away from their faces.
  • Students who wear glasses may wish to have contact lenses available.

*Required books can be ordered through Barnes and Noble or


See Music Department Manual.
Contact Deirdre Hutton ( with questions.

Visual Arts

Basic art items, equipment, and project-specific materials will be provided to students in the classroom. All Visual Arts students will also be provided one sketchbook and pencil at the first meeting. If a student is in need of another sketchbook or other supplies, a student may request them from any faculty member.

All students must bring closed-toe shoes for working in the studio. There will be no exceptions – this is a safety issue. Flip-flops and sandals are not permitted in the studios.

Students should also have enough clothing appropriate for the studio for the duration of the program. They will be working with a variety of materials and drawing media both indoors and outside: don’t wear nice clothes to studio classes! They will work with ink, clay, charcoal, and various forms of media on any given day. They should wear clothes in the studio that can get stained.

Nicer attire, however, will be needed infrequently.