• Free Audiobooks All Summer Long From Sync

    SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+. Starting on April 25, 2019, SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week - pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes.  

    SYNC is sponsored by AudioFile Magazine and titles are delivered through the OverDrive app. In advance of accessing the program, download the app in advance to whichever device you anticipate listening on and be ready to go!

    Sign-up to get notifications when the FREE audiobook downloads are available. You can receive alerts by text message, email newsletter, or by visiting www.audiobooksync.com. Titles change every Thursday at 7am ET when the program is running.

    Please Note: Signing up for these alerts will not send you the titles. The alerts will only tell you when and where the title is available to download.


    Sync Audiobooks For Teens

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  • Summer Reading for students entering 9th Grade

    College Prep (CP) students: Read at least two books from the list and prepare for reading quizzes on each during the first week of school.

    Honors (H) Students: read Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury and at least one additional book from the list. Prepare for a reading quiz on each during the first week of school. Fahrenheit 451 will also be used for a wrting sample or other class activity.


    Video Trailers for all books can be found HERE.

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  • Summer Reading For Students Entering 8th Grade

    All students entering 8th grade are expected to read Trouble by Gary D. Schmidt and at least one book from the 8th Grade Summer Reading List.
    Video Trailers for each book can be found here:  8th Gr. Summer Reading Book Trailers
    Locations of available audio and electronic versions of summer reading titles can be found HERE
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  • Summer Reading for students entering 7th Grade

    We have put together a list of books that should be of high interest and appropriately challenging for incoming seventh grade students.  While we encourage students to read regularly throughout the summer, students should read at least one book from each of the two lists. 
    In September, all students will complete a quiz on the book of their choice from List A and complete a project on the book of their choice from List B. 

    Video Trailers for each book can be found HERE.


    Wondering which titles are available in audiobook or ebook formats? Find out HERE.


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  • Summer Reading for students entering 6th Grade

    All students entering 6th grade are expected to read at least two books from the 6th Grade Summer reading List.


    Video Trailers for the books on this year's list are located HERE

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