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High School Courses

Social Studies

Cred. Course Title Type Subject Prerequisites
0.50 American Government Core Social Studies None
Prerequisites: None

This class is required for graduation. It is usually completed during the fourth year of high school. Responsible citizenship, including civil and political participation is essential to maintain a representative government that truly represents the people of the United States. In this course, students learn about the structure of government and how it shares power at the local, state and federal levels. This course also explores founding principles that inspired the Constitution and Bill of Rights, preserving the freedoms that students experience daily. Students will examine the processes of each branch of government, the election process, and how citizens can impact public policy. The media, interest groups and influential citizens provide examples of how the government can be effected by informed and active participants. Students will examine the U.S. Court system, and become a part of the process by participating in the judicial decision making process. They will also discover ways the United States interacts with countries around the world, through domestic policy, foreign policy and human rights policy. Completion of this course will allow you to act as an informed citizen who is ready to participate in the American democracy!

Prerequisites: None

This class is required for graduation. It is usually completed during the fourth year of high school. Responsible citizenship, including civil and political participation is essential to maintain a representative government that truly represents the people of the United States. In this course, students learn about the structure of government and how it shares power at the local, state and federal levels. This course also explores founding principles that inspired the Constitution and Bill of Rights, preserving the freedoms that students experience daily. Students will examine the processes of each branch of government, the election process, and how citizens can impact public policy. The media, interest groups and influential citizens provide examples of how the government can be effected by informed and active participants. Students will examine the U.S. Court system, and become a part of the process by participating in the judicial decision making process. They will also discover ways the United States interacts with countries around the world, through domestic policy, foreign policy and human rights policy. Completion of this course will allow you to act as an informed citizen who is ready to participate in the American democracy!

0.50 Designing Your Best Future Core Social Studies None
Prerequisites: None

This class will teach you how positive psychology can help you think about yourself in a way that will improve your relationships, understand your strengths, set meaningful goals, and find an engaging career and life-long hobbies. Positive Psychology can enrich your life by showing you how to immerse your life with hope, positive beliefs and empathy.

Prerequisites: None

This class will teach you how positive psychology can help you think about yourself in a way that will improve your relationships, understand your strengths, set meaningful goals, and find an engaging career and life-long hobbies. Positive Psychology can enrich your life by showing you how to immerse your life with hope, positive beliefs and empathy.

1.00 US History Core Social Studies None
Prerequisites: None

American History (Required 1.0 credit to graduate) Usually completed in the third year of high school. The United States began as an experiment in freedom and democracy. Since its establishment, the country and its people have endured social, political and economic revolutions. In this course, students will investigate the people, events and ideas that have shaped the United States from the end of the Civil War through today. Students are asked to analyze and evaluate decisions made by political, business and military leaders. Emphasis is placed on connections between events of the past and present. This course also gives students the opportunity to conduct research and apply their learning to current, real-world problems.

Prerequisites: None

American History (Required 1.0 credit to graduate) Usually completed in the third year of high school. The United States began as an experiment in freedom and democracy. Since its establishment, the country and its people have endured social, political and economic revolutions. In this course, students will investigate the people, events and ideas that have shaped the United States from the end of the Civil War through today. Students are asked to analyze and evaluate decisions made by political, business and military leaders. Emphasis is placed on connections between events of the past and present. This course also gives students the opportunity to conduct research and apply their learning to current, real-world problems.

0.50 World Geography Core Social Studies None
Prerequisites: None

The student will be taught to use the basic skills of map reading and development, geographic technology, and the recognition of geographic themes to make sense of the world. The course examines world regions including the nations, people, and cultures of the Americas and Western Europe.

Prerequisites: None

The student will be taught to use the basic skills of map reading and development, geographic technology, and the recognition of geographic themes to make sense of the world. The course examines world regions including the nations, people, and cultures of the Americas and Western Europe.