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Books, Summer Reading, BYOD, Supply Lists


The TMI Episcopal online bookstore will be available in July. Visit the TMI eCampus Virtual Bookstore at . Links are also available on the TMI website under the Academics tab or in onCampus under Resources tab. Only courses that require the purchase of digital or print textbooks will appear in the bookstore. If a course is not listed, the teacher will provide any needed instructions or information to the student.
Follow the steps below to purchase textbooks:
Before ordering, obtain a copy of the student’s proposed schedule from onCampus in order to have a list of courses.
Log into the virtual bookstore using the student’s onCampus account credentials. Do not use a parent account. Families must place a separate order for each student in their household.
Choose the Shop Now button under the Order Textbooks, and then choose 2021-2022 School Year.
Select the courses which the student is enrolled in and continue to follow the prompts through the purchase process.

If you are unable to log into your student’s onCampus account, please email or call the Technology Department at or call 210-564-6200, option 5. An IT representative will reply to your message promptly.
Summer Reading books can be purchased through Amazon or other book retailers
All textbooks through eTECHcampus will be available in July

Summer Reading

9th Grade English I – College Preparatory:
The 9th grade English teachers encourage students to read books of their choice over the summer. While we do not have parameters for summer reading, we hope students will take the opportunity to read new texts that interest them.
9th Grade English I – Honors Level:
The honors summer reading assignment is to read A Thunderous Whisper by Christina Diaz Gonzalez. Students should be prepared to discuss the text upon their return from summer vacation.
ISBN-13: 9780375873713

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Program

All students in grades 6-12 are required to bring a laptop computer to school each day. Laptops have far more access compared to mobile devices and will expose students to integrated digital tools that will prepare them for future success. This model will allow students and teachers to consistently use technology as a tool for learning, exploration, and organization. More details about the BYOD program:

Supply List

Teachers will have the course syllabus posted during the summer in onCampus. Any required supplies for Upper School students will be listed on the syllabus.

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