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East Greenwich School District Summer Reading: AP Physics C

Summer reading requirements at Cole Middle School and East Greenwich High School, East Greenwich Rhode Island

Welcome to AP Physics C

AP Physics C students,

Summer is upon us and it is a good time to begin planning for the coming school year. For most of you, senior year is a very busy year with college applications, standardized tests and Sr. Project. Use this month wisely!

Required resources are linked from the column to the right. Bookmark these sites as you will find them useful throughout the year.

AP Physics C students are required to complete a series of quizzes through Schoology (explained on this webpage).  T
his assignment needs to be submitted by August 26, 2019.  Any student not completing this assignment by the required date should reconsider his/her enrollment in this course. There will be an assessment on this materials during the first week of school in the fall. Email me if you have any questions.

Looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks!

Mr. Lenox (

Required Summer Assignment - AP Physics C

Required Summer Assignment


  • Students in AP Physics C are required to complete a series of short quizzes through Schoology.
  • Use the Access code: 394F-72MM-8MRRB to access the course materials on Schoology
  • In the folder 'Summer Assignment' you will find several quizzes reviewing material you studied in Physics last year.
  • This assignment must be submitted by August 26, 2019.
  • There will be an assessment on this material during the first week of school. 

Summer Assignment:

Quiz 1: Math

Quiz 2: Units and Vectors

Quiz 3: Kinematics

Quiz 4: Forces and Newton’s Laws

Quiz 5: Work and Energy

Quiz 6: Electric Charge and Current

*All quizzes must be completed by Aug 26, 2019.

Websites Required for AP Physics C

Websites Required For AP Physics C:


Optional Reading

During the school year, students in AP Physics 1 may be asked to read the books listed below.  These books are NOT required summer reading.  However, students may wish to read these books to contribute to their overall general science knowledge.

  • E=mc2 : A Biography of the World's Most Famous Equation by David Bodanis.
  • The Ten Most Beautiful Experiments by George Johnson.