Click here for the syllabus for the 2019 - 2020 school year for AP Physics C. There is no summer assignment for AP Physics C. 
    Please sign up for the Remind by using the code @appc19-20 or texting @appc19-20 to the phone number 81010.           
    About the Class;
    AP Physics C is the equivalent to an physics class at the college level typically for physics and engineering majors. AP Physics C is a calculus based class and focuses on conceptual
    knowledge as well as the application of math.
    Two quad-ruled notebooks are required for this course: one for homework and the other for labs and bell work. Below are some examples of acceptable and not acceptable quad-ruled notebooks that can be used in this class.
    Good Lab NoteBook       Bad Notebook             Very Bad Notebook      Good Notebook
    Classic Notebook         Flimsy Notebook                          Notepad Notebook               Spiral Bound Notebook
    This is a great note-       Not so great notebook. It will          Very bad - hard to                  This is another good
    book! Compact, sturdy,  fall apart by 2nd semester.              write in and very                    notebook. As long as
    and classic. Has lots of   Do not recommend unless you      hard to grade.Please             the cover is plastic it's
    patterns and styles.        like duct taping your notebooks     do not buy this.                      a solid choice.
    Rating: 10/10                 Rating: 5/10                                    Rating: 1/10                           Rating: 9/10
    About the Exam:
    The exam is Monday, May 4th, 2019 at noon. The exam has two parts: multiple choice and free response. The multiple choice section has 35 questions to be completed in 45
    minutes. The free response has 3 questions to be completed in 45 minutes. The exam covers these physics concepts:
    -Newton's Laws
    -Work, Power, and Energy
    -Rotational Motion and Torque
    -Simple Harmonic Motion
    AP Physics C also has an optional Electricity and Magnetism portion that follows  right after the mechanics portion. Students who have taken Calculus BC or a higher level math class can be successful in this course. Some schools will not take the Mechanics credit without the Electricty and Magnetism credit.