American Government – Students will study the making and functioning of the U.S. Constitution as well as the national judiciary, executive and legislative branches. They will also learn about state, county and local government operations.
U.S. History – Brief account of the discoveries, colonization and struggle for independence; growth of slavery, expansion of the country and the Civil War; reconstruction, the World Wars, the Cold War, disintegration of the Soviet Union and important events of the 21st century.
World Geography – The study of basic concepts in contemporary geography. Includes population patterns, mapping techniques, locational analysis, spatial diffusion, landforms, climates and urban and environmental concerns.
World History – The study of ancient civilizations, medieval institution, modern political, economic, social and cultural developments in Asia, Europe, Australia and the Americas.