Social Studies

Overview

The social studies curriculum enables students to read, understand, and apply the principles and documents of American government, including the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and Bill of Rights; rights and responsibilities of citizenship; how government works; and how cultural, economic, geographic, political and social relations impact the world. The social studies curriculum also covers geography, including physical and human characteristics of places and regions.

Faculty

Courses

World History
Ms. Jacklyn Kazimir
HW14
World History
HW 14
Honors World History
Ms. Jacklyn Kazimir
HH14
United States Government/Economics
HU76
Advanced Placement (AP) United States Government
HA74
United States History
HU54
United States History
Ms. Bridget Mahon
HU54
Honors United States History
HH64
AP World History
HW 34
Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. History
HA54
Culture, Race, and Ethnicity in America
Ms. Jacklyn Kazimir
HR32
History in Film
Ms. Bridget Mahon
HF52
Psychology
HP52
Sociology
HS52

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