A scholar once said, “History teaches everything, including the future.” Our history curricula promotes the idea that history continues to shape and influence our lives.
In each course, students are challenged to think critically, ask questions, and articulate ideas with supported arguments. We consistently connect historical events to the modern day so that students understand the present, consider their own beliefs, and develop empathy for different cultures. We support these ideas through a plethora of engaging activities such as Socratic seminars, role playing, debates, and writing assignments. It is the department’s goal to develop students who are able to excel in college level history classes.
African American History, AP U.S. History, Civics, Historical Conspiracies, History 6 College Prep, History 7 College Prep, History 8 College Prep, Honors Civics, Honors History 6, Honors History 7, Honors History 8, Honors Philosophy, Honors U.S. History, Honors World History, Identity in Film, Roman History, Social Justice, U.S. History, World History, World Religions