The course uses a comparative approach to examine the political structures, policies, and political, economic, and social challenges of six selected countries: China, Iran, Mexico, Nigeria, Russia, and the United Kingdom.
AP US Government and Politics is an introductory college-level course in US government and politics.
AP US History is designed to be the equivalent of a two-semester introductory college or university US history course.
AP World History is an introductory college-level modern world history course. Students cultivate their understanding of world history from c. 1200 CE to the present.
Consumer Economics is designed to help the student understand the economic system of our nation and how it compares to those of other nations.
This course is designed to aid the student in exploring and understanding different current issues in modern America.
This class will study the social, economic, cultural, political, and constitutional development of the United States.
This one semester elective class is designed as an introduction to microeconomics and macroeconomics.
This one semester class is designed to give the student a general overview of the American system of government.
This course is geared towards students considering Advanced Placement and Dual Credit social studies courses in their academic future.
This independent study program is designed to assist the highly-motivated history student to explore topics of interest in detail. The course will be divided into two nine week segments with the objectives to be set forth by the student and teacher.
It is essential for a democracy to have well-informed citizens. This class will raise awareness for the laws that protect and restrict you.
This class will study both the tragic and fascinating recurring theme in human history: armed conflict.
This course will serve as an overview of the major fields within psychology with an emphasis on developing an understanding of psychology as the science of human thought and behavior.
Sociology is an elective course that studies human society and social behavior.
US History is the study of the development of social, economic, and political institutions in the United States and includes the relationship of this country to other parts of the world during the 20th century.
World Cultures is a required one year long course that can be taken during a student’s freshman or sophomore year. This class is a people-centered study involving an in-depth look at the world’s major cultures.
A study of the story or history of many countries, areas, and people with an emphasis on Europe beginning with the Renaissance for the purpose of making real the development of history in relation to mankind and present day trends and influences.
The History Club aims at engaging students to learn about and preserve the history of our school and community while participating in civic activities.
Scholastic Bowl is a team sport in which students compete by answering questions in the categories of math, science, literature, social studies, and current events. The season begins second quarter and ends in early March.