History

American History 1 (Precolonial to 1899)

Students in 7th grade study the ideas, issues, and events in America’s history from the Meso-American civilizations through Reconstruction. Topics of study focus on people and …

American History 2 & Global Issues (1900 to Present)

Students in 8th grade social studies study the ideas, issues, and events in America’s history from the reshaping of our nation in the late 1800s to present day. Students develo…

American History 7

Students in 7th grade study the ideas, issues, and events in America’s history from the Meso-American civilizations through Reconstruction. Topics of study focus on people and e…

American History 8

Students in 8th grade social studies study the ideas, issues, and events in America’s history from the reshaping of our nation in the late 1800s to present day. Students develop…

Ancient Civilizations

Students are made aware of the world, its people, its culture, and its rich history. The six pillars of a civilization (Religion, Government and Economy, Social Systems, Arts a…

AP Art History

2 Semesters / 1 Credit Recommendations: Minimum PSAT content test score of 28+ on verbal sections.  The AP Art History course explores such topics as the nature of art, its uses…

AP European History

This course is defined as a study of the development of European civilization from the Renaissance to the end of the twentieth century. The course covers the basic chronology o…

AP Human Geography

AP Human Geography presents students with the curricular equivalent of an introductory college-level course in human geography or cultural geography. Content is presented thema…

AP United States History

2 Semesters / 1 Credit Recommendations: Teacher approval. PSAT content test score of 28+ on verbal sections.  This course is defined as a survey of American history from Columbu…

AP United States History

This course is defined as a survey of American history from Columbus’ voyages to the present, including social, cultural, and economic developments, foreign relations, wars, an…

United States History

2 Semesters / 1 Credit This course is defined as a survey of American history from Columbus’ voyages to the present, including social, cultural, and economic developments, forei…

World History

World History is a year-long Ethos course that explores the key events and global historical developments starting with Mesopotamia and the first civilizations that have shaped…
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