Preparation for Participation
We provide students with a view of history as real people struggling with real problems, and an understanding that the forces and issues that informed those struggles still affect us today. We want our students to develop a mature moral relation to the world and to engage in sustained reflection on their rights and responsibilities in the school, local, and global communities.
Social Studies Curriculum
Grade 9: Ancient and Medieval History
Grade 10: Modern History
Grade 11/12: American History or AP American History, AP Human Geography, AP U.S. Government and Politics, Philosophy and Social Issues, African American Music and Society, Journalism, Campaigns and Elections, Introductions to Racial Literacy, History of American Capitalism, Education Theory, Gender Studies