In this course, students will develop a detailed understanding of the origin and development of the modern world civilizations, including Western European, Native American, Middle Eastern, African, Eastern European, and Asian Civilizations. Students will use multimedia sources to learn how geography, technology, religion, social relations, and war have influenced historical events from ancient times to the present.
US History I
In this course, students will find themselves engaged in the study of continuity and change in our nation's history from the pre-colonial period through the struggles of the Civil War (1865). Students are encouraged to and find themselves accessing various multimedia sources as they work to develop their critical thinking, analytical, and interpersonal technological skills.
US History II
Students will find challenges in their study of the continuity and change of our nation's past from the post-Civil War Era through the obstacles and successes met by our country today. Students will make use of multimedia resources as their historical studies guide them in their personal develop- ment of critical thinking, analytical, interpersonal, technological, and problem-solving skills.
A.P. US History
In a one year course the students will acquire an advanced knowledge of American History. Students will develop critical thinking skills and writing skills that will allow them to satisfy the requirements for the AP Board's American History test. In addition students will review their American history knowledge in order to pass the AP multiple choice section of the test.