Textbook: “Physics Book for HS” by John Doe. An online version will be provided, but if you would like a physical copy to rent for the semester I would be glad to provide you with one.

Suggested Materials:

  • Notebook or Binder with paper

  • Folder

  • Scientific or Graphing Calculator

  • Pencils/Pens

Overall, be able to take notes on the topics. This will include equations and math, so I suggest a notebook over typing notes. The calculator is required for class, but you do not need to have graphing capability, so you do not need to stress about getting a graphing calculator; a scientific one works just fine. This means that it can do square root functions and trig functions (sine, cosine, tangent etc.).