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Restoration Academy encourages students to live out the greatest commandment, to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, at all times and in all places. We seek to encourage continued intellectual growth over the summer as our ongoing commitment to seeing each student reach his or her full potential. The multifaceted summer learning program enables students not only to best prepare themselves for the upcoming school year, but to develop a lifelong love for learning.

Summer Reading Program

We are thrilled to offer a summer reading program that enables students in grades 1st through 12th to earn prizes through goals reached from summer reading. Prizes range from field trip opportunities to gift cards; pizza parties at school to toys and prized items.


Earn a learning buck for every 30-minute increment of time spent reading in a book on our reading list. All reading must be recorded on the Learning Log, which can be found attached your reading list HERE, and the reading list can be downloaded HERE.

Summer Math Skills: Rising 3rd through 12th

All students are REQUIRED to do math work through, a self-paced online educational program that can be accessed at home or a library with an internet connection. For elementary students, this is the full set of skills for the grade you have just completed.

Elementary Students

You will find your instructions for, here.

High School Students (Grades 7th-12th)

You will find your Summer Reading List and Math Review instructions HERE.

Required Summer Reading: 7th-12th only

Rising 7th through 12th graders are required to read ONE book in addition to your voluntary participation in the incentivized summer reading program.

Book requirements and assignments are listed below.


1. In your own words, summarize each chapter on notebook paper and turn in to your English teacher on the first day of school.

2. There will be a book test when you return to school.

7th Grade: Bridge to Terabithia (Katherine Patterson)

8th Grade: The Outsiders (S.E. Hinton)

9th Grade: A Lesson Before Dying (Ernest Gaines)

10th Grade: And Then There Were None (Agatha Christie)

11th Grade: The Color of Water (James McBride)

12th Grade: Same Kind of Different as Me (Ron Hall and Denver Moore)

Students who have not completed the required skills by the first day of school will be required to attend Saturday School.

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