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.
Notebook or Binder with paper
Scientific or Graphing Calculator
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.).