Social Studies

  • All students are required to complete one year of World History and two years of United States History during their 9th, 10th and 11th grade years. The senior year offers the student a variety of full year and one semester courses that range from Law to Psychology. All required courses are offered at the honors and college preparatory level.

  • Grade 9

    Grade 10

    Grade 11

    Grade 12

    World History II CP

    US History I H

    US History II H

    AP European History

    World History II H

    US History I CP

    US History II CP

    European History H

    Economics H, CP (elective)

    AP European History

    AP US History

    AP US History


    Economics H, CP (elective

    AP European History

    AP Psychology


    Economics H, CP (elective

    Psychology H, CP


    AP US Government


    Introduction to Law H, CP


    Sociology through World Events H, CP


    International Relations H, CP


    Sports & Society H, CP

    College Preparatory - Students will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the historical significance of each topic and its impact on today’s world. At the college preparatory level, there is significant emphasis placed on the research and writing process, visual literacy, primary source analysis, and answering document-based questions. Students will routinely practice study skills in order to assist with mastery of the content and further develop the skills themselves.

    Honors - Students are expected to demonstrate and utilize skills listed at the college preparatory level. At the honors level, students will learn skills to assess historical evidence and interpret historical scholarship. Emphasis is placed on exploring historical context, examining arguments and evidence, and on independent learning. Students will continue to refine reading, research, and writing skills.

  • Grade 9 Social Studies Courses

  • Grade 10 Social Studies Courses

  • Grade 11 Social Studies Courses

  • Grade 12 Social Studies Courses