Humanities and Social Sciences
The Humanities and Social Sciences Department encompasses a range of courses that include the study of history, cultures, geography, government, religion, philosophy, and psych ology.
Through these courses, students have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their world.
The courses in Humanities and Social Sciences take students from the general view of the world, presented in the Foundations of Contemporary History curriculum, to the more familiar and specific, as they move to World History and then to American Studies. By the time a student is a senior, she is able to select a religion or philosophy course that allows her to concentrate on a subject that interests her as she prepares herself for further education and life. In all of their classes in this department, students build the skills they will need to succeed in college. And are prepared to become informed and responsible citizens of the world.
- World History to 1000
- World History 1000 - Present
- Honors World History 1000 - Present
- United States History
- Honors United States History
- Advanced Placement United States History
- United States Government
- Advanced Placement United States Government and Politics
- Advanced Placement Comparative Government
- History and Theology of Christianity
- Origins of Western Thought
- World Religions (not
- Introduction to Ethics
- Biblical Studies
- Advanced Placement Psychology