High School History
- World History: This class covers a board range of topics dating back to the beginning of civilization starting with the early beginnings of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China. From there it progresses to ancient Greece and Rome, then to the Medieval times to the European Renaissance and Reformation and finally the Modern Era.
- U.S. History and Government: Depending on the school, U.S. or American history will either start with Colonial America or the Civil War. The objective of this class is to explore and analyze the historical events and social issues that have built America's identity throughout the years. U.S. Government classes focus on the foundation and the functions of the various American institutions.
- Economics: High school Economics classes teach students the fundamental economic principles such as supply and demand, and scarcity. Economics examines how the American government factors into the U.S. economy and investigates how economic policies effect tbe U.S. citizen, the state, the nation, and the world.